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when a method is qualified for webService

Tanu Gulati
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Joined: Oct 06, 2008
Posts: 113

while working on the current project i saw this comments " This
* method can never be defined as a securable resource, and cannot be
* exposed as a web service.
"
i want to know when a method is qualified to be made as a webService and in which situation we should not be making a method as webService.?


thanks
Tanu Gulati
Nishant Modak
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Joined: Sep 29, 2006
Posts: 27
The decision to expose a method as a webservice is a *decision*.
That simply implies that there must be *reasons* to do so.

Hence, it entirely depends on the *requirements* ; the context of the system, and the interaction of components.
 
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