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I am a technology explorer


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revised At what point is asynchronous reading of disk I/O more efficient than synchronous?
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accepted Sending an email with attachment from server side
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comment Sending an email with attachment from server side
2 is the inbuilt Mail merge feature of MS Word. 3 is all manual, find and replace of place holders in RTF file.
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comment WCF service which takes XML file
If it is a regular object, yes, you are correct. From the question, my assumption was that the client might send a raw XML. That's the reason I suggested XMLDocument.
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comment WCF service which takes XML file
No matter which object/class you use in your service, wsdl is going to produce an xml based document. It can be consumed by any platform which is capable of parsing the WSDL and producing its own language specifics. You may have to chose the basicHTTP binding for interoperability, with some security compatible with the consuming platform.
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accepted Are there any good reasons to use, learn, or recommend XSLT?
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