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GeneralWMI Listing running DLL's Pin
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GeneralDatabase independent programming? (OLEDB or ODBC data Adaptor) Pin
Salil Khedkar23-Sep-04 22:33
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Salil Khedkar28-Sep-04 0:40
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GeneralDo customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Salil Khedkar23-Sep-04 22:19
Salil Khedkar23-Sep-04 22:19 
I had experiences in enterprise solution deployments, that many customers do not prefer to business logic sitting on the IIS machine. The .NET Web Services run on top of the IIS.

Now, while the recent IIS exploit memories are still fresh, does anybody have peculiar experience about the *trust* users are going to put over IIS/.NET based Web Service solutions?

I expect some interesting insights from the Microsoft guys and the pattern gurus.

GeneralRe: Do customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Daniel Turini23-Sep-04 23:09
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GeneralRe: Do customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Salil Khedkar24-Sep-04 4:11
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GeneralRe: Do customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Daniel Turini24-Sep-04 4:15
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GeneralMachine won't act as Remoting Server Pin
Derek Lakin23-Sep-04 7:24
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GeneralAssembly Header Pin
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GeneralHTTP Simulation for WEb Services Pin
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GeneralGPS Pin
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QuestionBusiness Contact Manager & .net Framework 2? Pin
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QuestionWhat to do with dependent assemblies when using a COM wrapper. Pin
Gary Hyslop at home21-Sep-04 5:03
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