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Brian C Hart27-Jun-12 12:00
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I am in an old fashioned shop that has distributed a complex software system to manufacturers of packaging, some who haven't even upgraded from Win2000. So I have no choice but to do a C# service. So I am asking what is the best design pattern to use for a service? Will some one please just answer me that question. Boss is making me do it this way. I have no other choice.
Sincerely Yours,
Brian Hart

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