Review of Making Web Service Calls
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by Wenfeng Gao
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Conclusion and References

We reviewed the various options provided by the Microsoft .NET Framework for making Web service calls. Whenever you are executing any sort of lengthy process where performance is an issue, it is always a good practice to look into an asynchronous execution model. We focused on asynchronous execution models from three kinds of Web service clients: Windows Forms clients, ASPX pages, and Web services. You are able to develop high-performance Web service applications by applying those models.




  1. At Your Service: Asynchronous Web Service Calls over HTTP with the .NET Framework
  2. At Your Service: Server-Side Asynchronous Web Methods
  3. At Your Service: Performance Considerations for Making Web Service Calls from ASPX Pages
  4. At Your Service: Adding a Progress Bar to Your Web Service Client Application
  5. Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Background Processing Techniques
  6. Wonders of Windows Forms: Safe, Simple Multithreading in Windows Forms, Part 1
  7. Wonders of Windows Forms: Safe, Simple Multithreading in Windows Forms, Part 2
  8. Wonders of Windows Forms: Safe, Simple Multithreading in Windows Forms, Part 3
  9. Multithreaded .NET Web Service Clients
  10. Windows Forms: Give Your .NET-based Application a Fast and Responsive UI with Multiple Threads
  11. ASP.NET Pipeline: Use Threads and Build Asynchronous Handlers in Your Server-Side Web Code
  12. Essential ASP.NET with Examples in C#, Fritz Onion, Addison-Wesley, 2003
  13. Asynchronous Http Handlers
  14. The ASP Column: HTTP Modules
  15. HTTP Pipelines: Securely Implement Request Processing, Filtering, and Content Redirection with HTTP Pipelines in ASP.NET
  16. .NET Delegates: Making Asynchronous Method Calls in the .NET Environment
  17. .NET Framework SDK: Creating Asynchronous XML Web Service Methods
  18. .NET Framework SDK: Communicating with XML Web Services Asynchronously
  19. Chris Brumme: Asynchronous operations
  20. .NET Framework SDK: Asynchronous Programming Overview

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User Comments

Title: Code example   
Name: Sean Anderson
Date: 2009-05-26 8:02:17 AM
Likewise, I would be very interested in seeing a working example of this, as I have read the article here (and the one on MSDN) both of which give a very good overview of the approach, but without a full example I am rapidly getting stuck.
Title: Great articles but...   
Name: Pascal
Date: 2009-05-21 7:38:29 AM
Same comments, great articles but would be nice to have a sample code, not that easy to try when you don't know where you going.
Title: req sample code downloadable..   
Name: Karthik
Date: 2006-01-02 1:13:44 AM
the article was a nice one.
it would be more good if sample code(downloadable) for asynchronous webservices.
can that be done?


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