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Synchronize Your Databases with .NET Web Services (Part I) : Page 3

The ever-increasing use of XML is an exciting development in Web site design and construction, and provides new ways for site authors to expose information to visitors. In this two-part article, you'll see how to create a data-driven Web service and explore three different ways to consume it. Then, in part II, you'll see how to use such services to synchronize the content in distributed databases automatically.


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An Example—Exposing Site Traffic Data
The author's site serves as an example of exposing data via Web services. Figure 3 shows the main Web service page. You can see that there are four public methods available. Each returns a diffgram containing the relevant information.


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