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Compress Ajax Web Service Response - Save Bandwidth
In this post, I will show you how to compress the Ajax Web Service response, To understand the benefits of compression let us start with a simple example, Consider you have an web service which returns a large data like the following:[WebMethod()] public string GetLargeData() { using (StreamReader sr = File.OpenText(Server.MapPat... { return sr.ReadToEnd(); } } The web method reads an large text file (around 100KB) and returns it contents. Once we call this method from a ......

Posted On Saturday, September 15, 2007 6:09 AM

Utilize ThreadPool in WebService 2.0 has a built-in feature for creating multi-threaded page AKA AsyncPage, but for Web Service threading, there are no out of the box support. The following code snippet will show you how to create a multi-threaded web service. For the sake of the example, let us assume that we are creating Video Search Service, which will search different sites such as YouTube, MetaCafe, and DailyMotion for a given keyword and returns a composite result. Since this search can be done independently, we can ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 19, 2007 2:33 AM

My First Article
Recently I wrote an article "How to exchange data securely with a WebService without HTTPS/SSL" in codeproject. If Cryptography, Public/Private Key, Digital Signature and Web Service are one of your interest, I strongly recommend to read it ......

Posted On Sunday, January 14, 2007 12:14 AM

Writing Code against the External Service
When consuming any external service, don't expect the external service developer is as much smart as you are. Recently I have faced an issue when integrating with Amazon S3 that they failed to serve the data on first request, but on the consequent request they are able to return the data. So I did a little tweak in my code, instead of calling the service once, I am retrying up to 3 times. If the retry also fails the regular code block executes: const int MAX_TRY = 3;int tryCount = 1;byte[] result ......

Posted On Saturday, January 13, 2007 11:18 PM

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