Webservice, without ASMX?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Sriram, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. Sriram

    Sriram Guest

    Hello, all our business classes are exposed through web services and all
    webservices have a Load and Save method and few other standard ones. So we
    decided to put it all into a base class and derive all our business services
    from that base. While this works great for us, we still have to create an
    ASMX file (not a problem - though) to expose the service.

    Now to my question, is there a handler which would allow us to simulate the
    ASMX file and would not check if the file exists. Probably by including a
    class attribute for the business service class with the ASMX name.

    Hope I am clear.

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    Sriram
     
    Sriram, Dec 12, 2009
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