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is there any way to give a job my web service for example count down from 10^5 per second
and when i close my page it will continue to the operation and when i come back i will see what did it do while i am not on its page?
unless my operation is not easy as count down there is not trick like looking the time it will make data base operations and call some other classes
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http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/scheduledtasks_webservice.aspx

maybe this could help if some body else need some thing like this i will improve some of this skills keep you good
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