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Re: Communicating between Flex and .NET
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Dustin, The nature of a web service using the HTTP protocol is thatit is totally client-side initiated, so your web server does notretain a live connection to the client in order to signal thechanges. if you really want to use a web service, you will probablyneed to set up an instance of a timer class (http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/2/langref/flash/utils/Timer.html)in your Flex client to poll the server for a "last changeddate/time" and when the server replies with a new value, then youshould ha...

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