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Service Station: Creating And Consuming Web Feeds

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Jon Flanders demonstrates creating and consuming Web feeds with Windows Communication Foundation and AtomPub.

Jon Flanders

MSDN Magazine April 2009

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Creating and Using an ASP.NET Web Service in Visual Web Developer

In addition to letting you create Web pages, Microsoft Visual Studio also lets you create Web services that use ASP.NET XML. Creating a Web service in Visual Studio is similar to creating a Web page. You can also use the Microsoft Visual Web Developer Web development tool to reference and use Web services that are in a Visual Web Developer solution, on your local computer or in a local or external UDDI directory. In this walkthrough, you will create the Web service in one solution and use it in another.

Tasks illustrated in this walkthrough include:

Creating a simple XML Web service in Visual Web Developer.

Creating a separate Web site that uses the Web service.

Any framework for creating a job scheduler service?


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!!!

problem in consuming WCF service through Window application


I have a silverlight application and WCF service all made in VS 2010 , i had hosted my site to web server which contain Window 2008 and IIS 7.0

now the problem is i have another application which is a window application developed in VS2008 , when i try to add the service reference it gives me error


The document at the url was not recognized as a known document type.

The error message from each known type may help you fix the problem:

- Report from 'DISCO Document' is 'There was an error downloading 'http://dev_qa.emspa.com/HRDev3/Service.svc?disco'.'.

  - The request failed with HTTP status 400: Bad Request.

- Report from 'WSDL Document' is 'The document format is not recognized (the content type is 'text/html; charset=UTF-8').'.

- Report from '' is 'The document format is not recognized (the content type is 'text/html; charset=UTF-8').'.

- Report from 'XML Schema' is 'The document format is not recognized (the content type is 'text/html; charset=UTF-8').'.

Metadata contains a reference that cannot be resolved: ''.

Content Type application/soap+xml; charset

Service Station: Building RESTful Clients


This column how to build clients applications based on the REST architecture using HTTP AP1s. The article describes how to address the question of autogenerated types and code.

Jon Flanders

MSDN Magazine October 2009

Service Station: More On REST


This month's column answers frequently asked questions about implementing REST.

Jon Flanders

MSDN Magazine July 2009

Service Station: An Introduction To RESTful Services With WCF


We discuss some of the basic tenets of REST as well as present an implementation of a RESTful service using WCF.

Jon Flanders

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Service Station: Authorization In WCF-Based Services


Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides an easy role-based system and a more powerful and complex claims-based API for implementing authorization in services.

Dominick Baier and Christian Weyer

MSDN Magazine October 2008

Service Station: Building a WCF Router, Part 2.


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Service Station: Building a WCF Router, Part 1


Here we take a look at WCF clients and services, and explain how to tweak the addressing and message filtering behaviors so you can route services between them.

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Web Service Software Factory: Modeling Edition is a collection of resources for modeling and building Web services for Windows Communication Foundation and ASMX.

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Aaron Skonnard

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This month Aaron Skonnard looks at addressing details surrounding endpoint communication, many of which enable more advanced messaging scenarios.

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Service Station: WCF Messaging Fundamentals


This month Aaron Skonnard highlights some of the key messaging features behind the sophisticated XML-based messaging framework of Windows Communication Foundation.

Aaron Skonnard

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Service Station: The Service Factory for WCF


This month Aaron Skonnard continues his exploration of software factories with a look at the Web Service Software Factory for Windows Communication Foundation.

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Service Station: Web Service Software Factory


Web Service Software Factory is designed to help you build Web service solutions that follow known architecture and design patterns, as Aaron Skonnard explains here.

Aaron Skonnard

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