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Calling server side code from javascript

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In ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 is there any new methods for calling server side code besides using the script manager and the Scripting attribute on the web service?  I have not been keeping up and wanted to make sure I am not using older techniques for doing this.

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Ed
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No, There is no way javascript can call any Server Side Code. Only solution is to use AJAX (which you ruled out already).
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