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Can my app host a WebService?

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Hi all.

I would like to know if is possible my own server application run a
WebService, no matter if there are a IIS running in the machine or not.

Thx for any help.
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Cesar
Carsoft Consultoria e Sistemas
www.carsoftnet.com.br


Nov 21 '05 #1
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Well this is your lucky day ,,,,,

cause i just finished a project that does exactly that
I use a modified version of Cassini not the CassiniEX version as i noticed
that it is much slower as the original ( because all the Log functions etc
etc that i don`t need ) and because this version will not run on XP Home
edition

So i modified the Cassini.dll myself ( instructions how to do that ,can be
found on the net ) and run it in my own customized VB.Net Host it runs on
all NT versions ( Not 9.X )

So if my program starts it hosts the Cassini dll i modified points to my
directory that contains my webservice and web interface , adds a
portnumber and it is accessible on the hole network
If you want more info , or an example let me know

regards

Michel Posseth [MCP Developer]

"Cesar Ronchese" <ronchese*smlinfo.com.br> wrote in message
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Hi all.

I would like to know if is possible my own server application run a
WebService, no matter if there are a IIS running in the machine or not.

Thx for any help.
[]s
Cesar
Carsoft Consultoria e Sistemas
www.carsoftnet.com.br

Nov 21 '05 #2

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