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GeneralDatabase independent programming? (OLEDB or ODBC data Adaptor) Pin
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GeneralDo customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
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GeneralRe: Do customers trust Web Services? (It runs on top of IIS, right?) Pin
Daniel Turini23-Sep-04 23:09
Daniel Turini23-Sep-04 23:09 
No customer has ever asked me this, but I would answer:
1. What's the alternative? I mean, you have a business need to publish the functionality of some component over the Internet, right? So, if not a Web Service, what would you use? COM+? No, this needs a trusted domain. A custom-made socket? Come on, what makes you think you'll ever code something better than IIS?
2. Web Services (WS) can run on top of any Web Server. WS is just a protocol for receiving/delivering XML over HTTP. It's platform agnostic. If you want, deploy a WS running on Apache or your favorite web server. There's even a module for Apache that allows you to run ASP.NET on it.
3. Your fear is only valid if you don't have a corporate web site. If so, you're already at risk.
4. You're putting a business component on the Internet. You better not trust anyone. You'll be open to attacks. That's a fact. If you have a trusted party and do not want to have all the Internet hassle, choose, e.g., a VPN and use your web server only internally.


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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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QuestionWhat to do with dependent assemblies when using a COM wrapper. Pin
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