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most efficient mechanism(s) for packing/sending/unpacking data through a webservice for a smart client.

if I think about efficiently sending data back and forth through a
webservice for a 'typical' application (in this case smart client using
Composite UI application block) what questions do I ask that would point me
toward the optimum mechanism(s) using XML as the payload vs. serialized
hydrated objects vs. hybrid vs. ?? . If I think about the webservice like
the eye of a needle and I am pulling thread (data) through that eye back and
forth, like flossing teeth, I want small and fast. The business and database
layers need to efficiently pack it up and the client side to unpack it. Visa
versa for updates/inserts. I will be using SQL Server 2005 and .net 2.0.

thanks for helping me ask better questions and thinking about this the right
way.

-hazz
Nov 28 '05 #1
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if I think about efficiently sending data back and forth through a
webservice for a 'typical' application (in this case smart client using
Composite UI application block) what questions do I ask that would point
me toward the optimum mechanism(s) using XML as the payload vs. serialized
hydrated objects vs. hybrid vs. ?? . If I think about the webservice like
the eye of a needle and I am pulling thread (data) through that eye back
and forth, like flossing teeth, I want small and fast. The business and
database layers need to efficiently pack it up and the client side to
unpack it. Visa versa for updates/inserts. I will be using SQL Server
2005 and .net 2.0.

thanks for helping me ask better questions and thinking about this the
right way.

-hazz

Nov 30 '05 #2

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