This column shows you how to secure the .NET Services Bus and also provides some helper classes and utilities to automate many of the details.
MSDN Magazine July 2009
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Learn some advanced Windows Communication Foundation programming techniques as Juval Lowy begins an in-depth examination of the Windows Azure AppFabric service bus, focusing first on buffers.
MSDN Magazine May 2010
This article describes aspects of using routers with the .NET service bus, especially their use in a message-based architecture.
MSDN Magazine October 2009
The .NET Services Bus is arguably the most accessible, powerful, and useful piece of the new Windows Azure Cloud Computing initiative. See how it manages cloud communications.
MSDN Magazine April 2009
With queued calls in Windows Communication Foundation you can perform work in a disconnected manner by sending messages through Microsoft Message Queuing. Juval Lowy explains.
MSDN Magazine February 2007
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Crosspost from RIA Services forum: http://forums.silverlight.net/forums/t/196466.aspx
I'm creating a Dynamic Data application in VS2010 and have recently
switched to using a Domain Service to give greater control over the
data presented to the client. I've noticed that the
AutoGenerate<Action>Button attributes on my GridView are being
ignored. The presence of the Edit and Delete buttons appear to be
contingent on the existence of Update and Delete methods on the partial
classes autogenerated in the Domain Service, but i'm not seeing how to
control the generation of the Select button. Is there a way to control this from
within the Domain Service class?
Just curious to know if there was any official Microsoft code blocks, classes, or such for writing a service that runs other assemblies or WCF services? That can be configured easily from a web page, pre-coded, for running tasks at certain times on certain recurring intervals? I've already built one but am open to anything done better- which I'm sure there is. Thanks!!!
I created project as a WCF Service application and now according to recuriment that needs to be converted as a self hosting application
How can i do this?
Converting WCF service app to Self hosting app?
I would like to take WCF Data Service and produce JSON output to consume on various mobile apps.
Can anyone give me a how-to on the JSON part? I.e., what is different than normal XML outut?
I'm having problems to obtain the client IP on web service. Here's my scenario:
One server with Windows 2003, hosting the web service using .Net Framework 2.0, with IP 10.0.2.50 and host name ServerTransaction.Other server with Windows 2003, hosting a web application using .Net Framework 2.0, that consuming the web service on ServerTransaction, with IP 10.0.2.51 and host name ServerApplication.Many other computers on the local network (IPs: 10.0.2.80, 10.0.2.81, 10.0.2.82, ...) acessing the web application on ServerApplication.
On the code of the web service I've tried to use HttpContext.Current.Request.UserHostAddress or HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") or HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FORR"), but always I can only get the IP of ServerApplication (10.0.2.51).
Any idea or tip?
Thanks and sorry for my bad english.