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tranoris | June 17, 2009 - 17:08

Well the mistake is that the web service is not persistent. Once you call it, the service is instantiated, returns you something and then is destroyed. So when you call it back, actually a new instance is created. If you really want to store the status then you need to put it somewhere in a file or in a database

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