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Raising Events from Web service to clients

Dear All

I have a webservice which has reference to the ATL COM, as we know that ATL
COM of VC raises events i get those events in my web service of VB.net.

But now the clients will have a web reference to this new web service, n i
need to get the events raised from the web service to its clients.

could not get a possible solution for it.

had got some article in system.remoting but am looking for some broadcast
kind of thing which will raise events to the client.

Regards
Mary
Jan 23 '06 #1
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Mary,

I believe there is a WS specification for eventing. Unfortunately, the
webservice architecture of ASP.NET doesn't support it, as far as I know.
WCF might have support for this, but this is a ways off, so that's not a
feasible solution.

In this case, you don't want to use web services, but rather, you want
to use remoting, which supports more than a request-response mechanism.

Either that, or you could create a service that you hook up to which is
out of band, meaning, the way you get notifications on the client (through a
custom protocol over a socket connection) is different from how you make the
requests (through the web service).

Hope this helps.
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Dear All

I have a webservice which has reference to the ATL COM, as we know that
ATL
COM of VC raises events i get those events in my web service of VB.net.

But now the clients will have a web reference to this new web service, n i
need to get the events raised from the web service to its clients.

could not get a possible solution for it.

had got some article in system.remoting but am looking for some broadcast
kind of thing which will raise events to the client.

Regards
Mary

Jan 23 '06 #2

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