Asynchronous web service Begin/End Functions - Are they required?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Lucas Tam, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. Lucas Tam

    Lucas Tam Guest

    Hi all,

    In some examples online, the authors explicitly define a BeginFunction and
    EndFunction for async web services. Is this truely required? Will the built
    in BeginFunction/EndFunction methods suffice (VS.NET or .NET 1.1 seems to
    pregenerate a Begin/End method for each of my functions in my web service)?

    Is there any advantage to writing your own BeginFunction/EndFunction?

    Thanks.

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