Migrate web service from .net 2003 to WCF

Posted on 2012-09-12
Last Modified: 2012-09-14
I want to know how to migrate .net 2003 web service to WCF.  Can you point me to any step by step documentation that is easy to understand?  Thank you.
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    Did you try to migrate before? How did you do that?  Lots of modification?  

    What I am trying to do is that migrate Web Services code to WCF Service code.  Thank you.

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    Those are great links and articles after I look into this issue.  Thank you.

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