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Posted on 2004-04-20
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Hi,

I've created a web service that I create a web reference to so that other people can access that web service. However, what if I want to create several other web services but still only use that one web reference. It seems like the only way is to create a new web reference for each web service I create. Any help is appreciated.

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JS
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You can consolidate the tasks of the other web services into one master web service. Otherwise you'll need a web reference for each web service that you use. If you only have a handful of methods per web service you may want to consider consolidating them, but if you have thousands of lines of code per web service then you should probably keep them separate.
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