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Bookmarking via Services Question

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
When I set a bookmark via a service?  Right now in my NativeActivity I CreateBookmark, then track the Activity so I know about pending bookmarks... But the problem with the darn service is that it freezes (waits for response?)...and it's not persisting to the DB.  Is this an option in the webconfig that I perhaps haven't set? :) ...and how do I go about RESUMING that bookmark? Thanks, Steve

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