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10. Calling Web Services from Flash Remo... > 10.4. Web Services from an ASP.NET S...

Web Services from an ASP.NET Server

Accessing a web service from Flash using Flash Remoting on an ASP.NET server is almost as easy as it is from a ColdFusion MX Server. Like ColdFusion MX, you do not have to supply any extra code on the server to use a remote web service. The only difference is that you need to set up the proper permissions on the ASP.NET server. ASP.NET contains a utility called wsdl.exe, which Flash Remoting uses to automatically generate proxies for web services. The ASP.NET server creates a .dll file in your local assembly cache that acts as a proxy for the web service when you first call the service. This proxy remains in place for future calls to the service. For that reason, the first call to the service takes a little longer than subsequent calls. It’s a good idea to delete these files manually during development, to prevent the use of a cached web service.


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