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Can we create web services using TCP/IP, if so How?

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Yes, You can create webservices usign secure TCP/IP ....

Here is the code that you need.. its in C# .NET, i dont know which language are you going to use..

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/webservices/wsaltroute2.asp

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Ankit
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Ankit

Thanks for your effort.

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