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Default Encoding -webservices-why ?

Hi,

many articles and books convey about the encoding webmethods.AS i use vs.net 2003 ,do i need to care of encoding techniques or the .net will take care of those ?

1.Why should i use encoding methods.?


2. SoaprpcMethod

    They tell this as procedure oriented communication btw client & server .

      What do they mean 'Procedure oriented' ?and when i should use this ?



2.1.SoapdocumentMethod (literal & Encoded)

 In which situation i need to use these .?

Please help me Gurus in understanding these concepts and feed me Tech breads.:)

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