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Hi,During development of ASP.NET Web Application is it feasible to use Business Object .NET Component or can i implement business logic in web services and web services then access stored procedures from SQL SERVER

 
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Hello,

If you don't need the web service functionality, use business objects (which could later be remoted through .NET remoting). You need to make that determination; do you really need web services (which has some overhead) or not.

Brian





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