Events from a web service ?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Navin Mishra, Oct 16, 2006.

  1. Navin Mishra

    Navin Mishra Guest

    How one could get events from .NET web service using .NET 1.1 or .NET 2.0 ?
    Any inputs on strategies that could be used while WS eventing implementation
    from MS is not available.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Perhaps HTTP chunking to get events from web service to
    clients ? Basically one HTTP request to GetEvent() and them basically an
    infinite number of HTTP responses can be sent to the client application.

    Or one could issue a GetEvent request to a web service in a separate thread,
    block until response is received and then block again ? But wouldn't it
    block the .NET web service method and potentially blocking all ASP.NET
    thread pool threads for large number of clients ?

    Thanks in advance and regards

    Navin
    Navin Mishra, Oct 16, 2006
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  2. "Navin Mishra" <> wrote in message
    news:%...
    > How one could get events from .NET web service using .NET 1.1 or .NET 2.0
    > ? Any inputs on strategies that could be used while WS eventing
    > implementation from MS is not available.
    > --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > Perhaps HTTP chunking to get events from web service to
    > clients ? Basically one HTTP request to GetEvent() and them basically an
    > infinite number of HTTP responses can be sent to the client application.
    >
    > Or one could issue a GetEvent request to a web service in a separate
    > thread, block until response is received and then block again ? But
    > wouldn't it block the .NET web service method and potentially blocking all
    > ASP.NET thread pool threads for large number of clients ?


    There's nothing like this in the basic web services standards. The closest
    thing would be asynchronous requests. The client could make an asynchronous
    request, and be notified when the server responds (or when the request times
    out).

    John
    John Saunders, Oct 16, 2006
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