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Posted 19 Oct 2009

Calling Web Services from Silverlight after the Browser has closed

, 19 Oct 2009
There are two things I wanted to look at. Firstly, I wanted to allow a web service to be called after the Silverlight application’s Exit event is raised. Secondly, I wanted to provide the Silverlight application with the opportunity to cancel, or at least interrupt the close window process.



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