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Hi you experts.
I have an ASP.NET page which is developed with VS.NET 2003 c#.
I want to call a web service asyncronous. Lets say that i have a loop and every time(inside loop's body) a web service call is made(asyncronous). The user must be able to navigate through the application but the calls(from the loop) must continue until it's finished.
Is what i want to do doable? And if so can you give me a snippet of how i can accomplish it?

Thank you all in advance.
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are you talking about partial rendering? in any case, for anything asynchronous you'll want to use ajax:

www.asp.net/ajax

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I know all about asp.net ajax. Unfortunatelly this is not the case. The call will be made from server in a button click event. In the event,calls to the web service will be made. The thing is that i want the page to be fully rendered without the completion of the event, so that the user will be able to navigate through the application.
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So is what i want doable?
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