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we r doing a business project using asp.net using vb.Somebody help me to find a way to update a page with latest details without explicitly refreshing(I don't want my user to refresh each second)
This is when the user places the order.Once the order is saved in the database .I want to show the order details for all my clients.Help me
Which one i choose 1)webservice and applet
2)windows remoting and applet

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The descision between using a webservice and remoting is really based on the how your application needs to talk with the server. For something like this, I think that a webservice would be suitable. Build a client based interface (windows forms) and have that call the webservice for updates. You'll have to call it as often as you need according to how fast you want your updates to happen. I haven't worked with remoting so I can't shed much light on that, but perhaps someone else here can elaborate on the advantages. I just know that working with web services is pretty easy. You'll have to determine what to use based on the desired "refresh rate".

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