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Call webservice daily 10 PM

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Hello Expert,

This is really important for me.

I want to call webservice everyday 10 PM at night. Can i get step by step instructions for that?

Thanks for your help.

Regards,
pari
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Simple Approach 1:

1)  Create a console application that consumes the webservice and does whatever needs to be done
2)  Deploy it to a sever / desktop and use windows scheduled tasks to schedule / execute the running of the console app


Simple Approach 2:

1)  Create a console application that consumes the webservice and does whatever needs to be done
2)  Deploy it to a sever / desktop and use a sql server job to schedule / execute the service
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binaryevo:


Thank you so much....
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