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Is it wise to build a large application entirely based off SOA? Or just some portions? User account logins, accounting, gis mapping, sales, etc?

In other words, would it be wise to build a GUI to such an application in HTML & Javascript which does all it's exchanges via ajax to .NET web services on the back-end?

I can't see it worth loosing all the .net .aspx functionality such as forms authentication, view state, etc. But my co-worker is saying if we are going to go SOA there is no need for .NET on the front end. But i think there should be some sort of balance. Where do you draw the line? Should all calls to the database go through the web services?

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