Genereal xml web services question

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Bruce Hendry, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. Bruce Hendry

    Bruce Hendry Guest

    From a seasoned perspective, is using xml web services the "best" solution
    for the following problem. I've been doing client/server apps for a while
    but am fairly new to the asp world. I'm not wanting someone to write the
    solution for me, I just want input to verify I'm heading in the right
    direction.

    Company A will output xml files. Company B needs to respond instantly to the
    receipt of the xml files and alert users from an asp (1.1 framework)
    application that data has been received and it is time to do something in
    the asp application.

    My plan is to publish a web service from within Company B's asp application
    that listens for Company A's xml files. Upon receipt, the files will be
    written to classes and used within the app to alert the user and process the
    data.

    Any feedback welcome. I picked up Applied XML Programming for .NET and plan
    to use it as a resource if I go this direction. Thanks.
     
    Bruce Hendry, Oct 27, 2006
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