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Having a separate business tier needs justification as it involves lots more work and costs more in performance (see: MS-Business Layer). According to one definition of Web Services, a Web Service is not generally required unless you are communicating between different physical tiers. Accordingly, a DLL may fit best for what you describe. It is common to use ...


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If your entire stack is .net there is not much value to creating web services. Just reference the DLLs in the .net components that need them, it will be faster as there is no serialization or extra network hop involved. However, for cross platform purposes, web services are the way to go. Then you can have a .net client (ASP MVC app), java client, native ...


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In the first example, I would assume that the variable has been declared in advance to avoid garbage collection issues, except there are only 10 iterations, and if you don't have enough ram to handle that, then you have a bigger issue on your hands than memory management. This might be useful to declare a variable only once, if that object takes up a lot of ...



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