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NET DA TA S E R V I C E S s Formulating data service queries: Learn how to formulate URL queries using all the standard query operations: behpan, atl]j`, kn`an^u, pkl, and ogel. Brief History of the Web Service If we look at how services on the Web have evolved over the last 15 years, they have actually been built in layers, with each layer solving different issues and being more advanced than the last. It all started when corporations realized that the Web is essentially a network that they could use to freely exchange data internally between their offices and trading partners.
NNote The general term “LINQ,” as mentioned previously, groups together several underlying implementations such as LINQ to Objects, LINQ to SQL, LINQ to Entities, LINQ to Datasets, and LINQ to XML. When you read the term LINQ, it is important to understand which implementation of LINQ is being referred to, as different flavors of LINQ have subtly different characteristics. Defining LINQ The beginning of this chapter described the key concept of set-based logic, where a set of data is manipulated using queries (such as those written in SQL).
The omission can be overcome by having a separate method for each operation against each part of the user object. However, this isn’t practical or efficient. These issues make it difficult for firewall and security administrators to determine which requests should be allowed into the network: essentially everything is a POST with an unclear scope. What normally happens is that network administrators just allow all HTTP traffic in, which negates the original reason for allowing HTTP traffic to flow through corporate firewalls in the first place.