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ASMX Web Service To Receive XML

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Using .Net and C#, how do I get an .asmx web service to receive XML as input? Is it passed in as a parameter?
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Yes,XML will be just like any other parameter
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What's the correct URL format to call the .asmx with the xml as the parameter?

Like this?

"http://www.site.com/Webservices/Service.asmx/Perform?xml="
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