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Hi,

Can anyone give me some help with this issue?

I have a ASP.NET web site with an access database.

I want to be able to remotely add data to the website from a windows form application.
I thought of creating a web service that I pass a dataset to which then updates the DB.

Do all I need to do to get the web site and web service working is to copy the web srvice assembly to the web site bin folder and copy the asmx files to the root folder.

I am obviously a novice at this.

Any help appreciated
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That should do it as long as everything you need (required assemblies) are in the bin/ folder.

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