updating web service .cs file ?

When I update my .NET web service .cs file that contains the code,
the additional services that I added seem to be made
available when I check the new .wsdl file.
How does this happen ? Is there a compilation or addition
to a .dll that occurs automatically ?

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Yes, every time you load a .NET site, a File Change Notification is sent to see if any files have changed.  If they have, the framework recompiles them.  Thus, you see the new services in your wsdl file.

Best of luck,

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