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        The WebService behavior is a simple, lightweight component that encapsulates the capability to invoke remote methods using the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). This behavior enables Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5 and later to communicate directly with Microsoft® .NET WebServices and other platforms, applications, and servers that support Web Service Description Language (WSDL) 1.1.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows XP Service Pack 2

        These samples were tested on Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP1
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      • The next generation of Microsoft® .Net development tools are designed for the development of applications based on the WebServices model. The WebService behavior provides an elegant way for Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5 and later to leverage the latest Microsoft® .NET technologies.

        This download consists of a help file containing the documentation for the WebService behavior and the file. The file is the HTML Components (HTC) file that encapsulates the behavior.

        Using the WebService behavior, browser scripts can access data from Web Services directly and use the information to update Web pages dynamically with DHTML. This new capability significantly improves the browsing experience and is faster and more efficient than the traditional approach, which requires a full refresh of the Web page.

        The WebService behavior supports a wide variety of data types including: intrinsic SOAP data types, arrays, objects, arrays of objects and Extensible Markup Language (XML) data.

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