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How to Get Notifications from a .NET Web Service

, 17 Sep 2008
This article describes how to use asynchronous Web Service method calls to implement callback events from a Web Service to its clients.
WebServiceSendsEvents.zip
WebServiceSendsEvents
WebService
bin
WebService.dll
Properties
WebService.csproj.user
WebServicePub
bin
WebService.dll
WebServiceWindowsClient
bin
Debug
WebServiceWindowsClient.exe
WebServiceWindowsClient.vshost.exe
Properties
Settings.settings
Web References
com.yatuta
Reference.map
User.datasource
UserID.datasource
UserInfo.datasource
YatutaWebService.disco
YatutaWebService.wsdl
localhost
Reference.map
WebService.disco
WebService.wsdl
WebServiceSendsEvents_Published2.zip
WebService.dll
WebService.pdb
WebService.csproj.user
WebService.dll
WebService.pdb
WebServiceWindowsClient.exe
WebServiceWindowsClient.pdb
WebServiceWindowsClient.vshost.exe
Settings.settings
Reference.map
User.datasource
UserID.datasource
UserInfo.datasource
YatutaWebService.disco
YatutaWebService.wsdl
GetActiveClientsResult.datasource
Reference.map
WebService.disco
WebService.wsdl

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