Working with Amazon Search Web Service using ASP.NET
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by Anand Vijayan
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Real Life Example

Consider a scenario where a client has visited the Barnes & Noble bookstore. He is browsing for books and sees one that seems quite interesting. But he would like to know more information about the book, like competitive prices, customer reviews, etc. Then he realizes that he has a PDA that has an application that can connect to Barnes & Noble's web server and get this information. He then opens the application on the PDA, enters the ISBN of the book and hits Go. The information that he just needs pops right up onto the screen.

Final Notes

The ASWS has been designed for extracting information only from AWS. The ASWS can be extended to extract content from any web site irrespective of the fact that it has a web service. This can be done using content extraction in conjunction with the object oriented design framework and XM, thus providing us with a channel to get any kind of information from the Internet.



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Title: Base class   
Name: Sumit Rawat
Date: 2011-04-16 7:03:15 AM
where is the code for the "Base" class. The "Base" class is made parent for Request and Response classes, so it should be included in the web page. Please give me the code for the base class.
Title: Working with Amazon Search Web Service using ASP.NET   
Name: Vijil jones
Date: 2008-06-11 12:56:58 AM
How we get the Utility Class and other class

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