Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 19:47:23 -0800
I'm sending a long string to a web service like this:
On the web service I need to read and to parse it in order
to fill a DataSet and to update the DB,so do I have to use
the String class' methods inside a Do-While or there is a
more powerfull way to do it?
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