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Raghu Mat
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Joined: Feb 19, 2004
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I heard at a recent technical conference held by an MNC that .NET websevices doesn't support complex data types(ex:user defined classes) but Java supports them.if this is true,how are the webservices developed in each of these technologies going to interoperate?
Balaji Loganathan
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Originally posted by Raghu Mat:
I heard at a recent technical conference held by an MNC that .NET websevices doesn't support complex data types(ex:user defined classes) ?

No they do support "user defined classes" both in RPC and document literal format.


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