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Default Exposing a win32 application as web service

Hi, I want to know can I expose a win32 application as a web service. I have heared it is possible in .net, but I coudn't find any thing about
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You create a .NET web service that uses COM INTEROP to talk to the COM components... However, performance will not be stellar.


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