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Special Edition Using SOAP by John Paul Mueller

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Now that you have a better idea of how a simple SOAP application works, it’s time to put some of that knowledge into practice. We began this chapter with a simple component that could add two numbers together. However, it might be useful to try a component that can do more. The following steps will provide an overview of an add-on to this project. Going through these extra steps help reinforce what you’ve learned (or at least point out places where you need additional study).

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Depending on how you set up your server, you may need to shut down the Web service and restart it to ensure the component you worked with earlier is unloaded. In some rare cases, developers have reported the need to restart their machine in order to clear memory ...

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