So with our .net programmer leaving the week after next, I've recently inherited a few web services.
They are both written in c#, one is a REST web service, the other is standard.
To be honest the code is kind of straight forward, receives some parameters, calls a Stored Procedure, which I wrote, and returns some values.
The application is not yet in production so any changes going forward I'll have to modify.
The apps are in Team Foundation Server so that's a good thing.
We spent about 1/2 hour today tracking down the code as we haven't modified it in several months.
I'll probably need to document everything at some point, sooner than later.
Glad to get a few c# apps to support, good for the resume you know.
And there you have it!
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