What is difference between shared assembly and web service?

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Eventhough both are giving reusability, they differ in accessibility.
Web service is accessible from any system from any part of the world thru internet but shared assembly is accessible only within the same system

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  • Jun 1st, 2009

The shared assembly is intended to allow several app on one machine, where the shared assembly is located in the GAC.
When we speak about WebService there is a notion of distributed architecture, you can use method or service which could be located on your machine or somewhere else.

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  • Aug 25th, 2012

Webservices can be accessed by any system from any place across the world. While shared services can be accessed from any where but for a same attribute

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