For years, developers creating active server pages have made extensive use of the Application and Session objects to store or retrieve information as the active server pages execute. In this chapter, you learned how to use these objects within the web services you create.

Likewise, across the Web, many sites make extensive use of cookies to store information about the user that the site can later use to customize the output it displays when the user revisits the site. A website relies on a user’s browser to create and manage cookies on a user’s disk. In contrast, with web services, the browser is often not in the loop. Instead, client programs running on the user’s PC interact with the remote web service. In order for a web service to be able to perform cookie operations, the client programs that interact with the web service must support cookies.

In Chapter 6, you will learn various ways you can make your web services available to other programmers across the Web.

. NET Web Services Solutions
.NET Web Services Solutions
ISBN: 0782141722
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 161
Authors: Kris Jamsa © 2008-2017.
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