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Posted 19 Feb 2004

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.


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Stevan Rodrigues
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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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