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Default I need to get the code for < C# Web Services>

I need to get the code for <Professional C# Web Services: Building .NET Web Services with ASP.NET and .NET Remoting
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I came there-"http://www.wrox.com/dynamic/books/download.aspx"and""www.apress.com"
,but i cann't find!!


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Hey,

A reviewer on amazon.com said that he couldn't find any code either. That wouldn't be you, would it?

Is this a new release? Maybe they haven't posted it yet. Does it say in the book that there is code on the site?

Hope this helps,

Brian
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This is a 2001 release and is in the APRESS line now- you need to contact them.


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I found code to my book at this site...
Click dropdownlist and select "building web services with .net remoting and asp.net"
http://support.apress.com
I cant understand how Wrox can put there name on a book and make it almost impossible to find code that they refer to. Makes me so damn angry , whats up with that ?, give me an answer please.


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Sorry this is confusing and frustrating. It's been nearly 2 years since we purchased most of Wrox's best-sellers, but clearly still the Wrox name on some of the older books causes confusion. As an earlier poster explained, the answer is here:
http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4112
I'm glad you eventially found the code you need. Even though that isn't a Wrox owned book any more, we want you to be happy with it.

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