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Part: 4 Extending ColdFusion > Integrating with .NET

Chapter 25. Integrating with .NET

IN THIS CHAPTER

.NET Fundamentals 811

.NET Web Service (Returning a Simple Type) 812

.NET Web Service (Returning a Complex Type) 817

ColdFusion Web Service (Returning a Complex Type) 822

A Real-World Example 827

Summing Up 831

Early in the year 2000, Bill Gates announced a new business strategy for Microsoft. Initially it was named Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS), and in the months following it was given the official title of .NET. The mission of the .NET platform as communicated by Microsoft was to provide for easier use of computers, meaning faster and simpler access to necessary applications, consistent communication, and improved security. These features would all use the most up-to-date Internet principles: XML (Extensible Markup Language) and the technology of ensuring confidentiality based on the P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project) specification.


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