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I am new to Silverlight, RIA development and I do like to get a feedback to the client for long running processes running on the DomainService...
How to do this?

do I have to poll the Domainservicecontext as context.GetCurrentProgress(); or is it possible to make events on the domainservice. But how?

How can i make a simple method in the domainservice as
public int GetValue()
{
 return 1;
}

I do like to return only an int or a boolean or a custom object...
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Do you want to write a wcf service which will pull back data from database and then you want it to display on from end. If you just want to build a service

http://www.dotnetspark.com/kb/652-7-simple-steps-to-connect-sql-server-using.aspx  ( Front end is Silver Light)

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WCF/LinqWcfService.aspx

Check the above link which should give you good amount of information and also sample code to build a simple getmethod. Hope it helps you
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