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In my web.config I have:
If I just have ADProvider1 it works, when I add ADProvider2, even though for testing I only use ADProvider1 I get an error: "Unable to establish secure connection with the server"
Am I adding the second provider to the membership section incorrectly?
After I create a "REST Collection WCF Service" project, it contains one service "service.svc". Can I add multiple services to this project? There must be a way to do so. Otherwise, it does not make sense to create one project for each service.
My question is how to add a new service to an existing "REST Collection WCF Service" project?
Thanks a lot.
I've a question about hosting a service in a selfhosting scenario (not IIS or WAS).
For example, I have one WCFService with a config file (web.config). In this config file a system.serviceModel section exists, but also several appSettings.
Hosting in IIS is very simple. I created a svc file and voila, you can call the service. I do not have to place the configsettings of the WCFService into IIS.
Now I turn to host the WCFService in another host, a Windows NT service (or a win/console app).
Why do I have to place all of the WCFService configuration settings in the app.config of the NT Service? Why not just a reference to the physical path of the WCFService.
In the case of three WCFServices hosted by one NT Service, I have to place three web.config contents into the app.config of the NT Service. (Am I wrong? I hope so.)
tnx for reply!
I'm attempting to create some VB code to call a SharePoint Web Service to add a document and associated metadata to a document library. I can successfully add metadata to a text column but I'm having some problems getting
multiple entries into a column which is specified to take multiple
users (and does so when they are added manually) although I can get a single user in using the following snippet.
Dim info2 As MySharePoint.FieldInformation = New
info2.DisplayName = "Authors"
info2.InternalName = "Authors"
info2.Type = MySharePoint.FieldType.User
info2.Value = "1"
I'm hoping that someone will be able to advise me of the approach or syntax necessary to add multiple users to this Authors column e.g. Users 1 and 74. I note that
info2.Value = "1,74" or info2.Value = "1;74"
don't appear to work.
Moving forward with re-designing a web service architecture using WCF, our team has been discussing how we want to expose the endpoints. Example: I have a standard endpoint that all users could use with the proper token, but I also have some number
of endpoints that will instead use certificate security. All endpoints will ultimately use the same implementation, so this is really just different ways of getting in to the system.
The certificate endpoints will have to point to a specific certificate in the store so will only work for one specific client. The thought is that our standard service could live at http://mysite.com/MyService.svc and
the certificate endpoints would be something like http://mysite.com/MyService.svc/Acme. The concern here is that I'm effectively putting our client list into our WSDL, which is
What's the best practice here? Is there a way to direct multiple clients through a single certificate endpoint and get the cert on the code side (how would we know which client we're dealing with without a sp
When i am using an SSIS web service task, is it possible to get all the methods information to different tables.
Else if the above case is not possible, can i use multiple web service tasks with same http connection(.wsdl file) to access the web service for each method and then load the info to a table.(if i can do this, is there any performance issue)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<!-- ORIGINAL -->
<serviceMetadata httpGetEnabled="false" />
<serviceDebug includeExceptionDetailInFaults="true" />
I have created a WCF service that receive and give the update to subscribing clients. Now, we host that service on single server only ( this service is hosted as a window service)
, So i want when WCF receive any update from a specific client and it will give the update to only that
specific client . I don't want to create separate service for every client . Can i achieve this in single WCF Config file by mention different Ports for each client? I am using net tcp approach that is best suited for my environment.
I have used BaseAddressPrefix and also mention the URI directly in the endpoints but it give update to all clients subscribe on different ports. Any solution? I only wants this in that way if possible "specific port for that specific
I am new to WCF Service. Following is my scenario
I have got a Windows Server 2008 with two NIC ie. two IP Addresses
I have got Apache server running on 1 and IIS on 2.
Now when I publish the WCF service on my service and have explicitly set the iplisten for IIS to 2. Still I am not able to access the service.
One more observation the link which I get after publishing is "svcutil.exe
I need to have IP Address instead of servername in above URL.
Because I think the servername is causing the confusion as both IP Address 1 and 2 point to it.
Please suggest what needs to be done
Thanks in Advance.