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WebService Behavior

, 4 Mar 2004
The WebService behavior enables methods that are implemented on Web Services to be called from client-side script in a web page. The main advantage of the WebService behavior is that it is now possible to update contents of the web page without reloading the whole page.
webservicebehavior.zip
WebServiceBehavior
bin
WebServiceBehavior.dll
CSS
Global.asax
Images
search--word.jpg
search-top.jpg
site_search_icon_off.gif
site_search_icon_on.gif
webservice.htc
WebServiceBehavior.vbproj.webinfo
WebServiceBehavior.vsdisco
WebServices
_vti_cnf
_vti_pvt
access.cnf
deptodoc.btr
doctodep.btr
service.cnf
service.lck
services.cnf
_vti_script
_vti_txt

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Stevan Rodrigues
Software Developer (Senior)
Australia Australia
Stevan is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer in .Net Architecture (MCSD.Net Early Achiever – one among the first 2500 worldwide), Microsoft Certified Application Developer in .Net – MCAD.Net (Charter Member - one among the first 5000 developers worldwide).

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