Can all services that are non-SOAP, be deemed as RESTful? Where can I get some indepth information on the same?
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As I discussed in my last post, the new WCF Http Model includes http processors that you can use to inject cross cutting aspects into an existing service. We can use processors for supporting a versioning schema based on content types as it discussed here by Peter Williams.
Supporting custom media types in a WCF Http Service is a now a piece of cake with the new MediaTypeProcessor. The only thing you need to do is to implement a new processor by deriving your class from the base class MediaTypeProcessor or any existing implementation like XmlProcessor for example.
The implementation I showed below derives from the XmlProcessor implementation and adds support for two new content types ("application/vnd.mycompany.myapp+xml" and "application/vnd.mycompany.myapp-v2+xml")
Learn about a new IIS feature called the Windows Process Activation Service (WAS) that makes it possible to host Web services beyond HTTP.
Dominick Baier, Christian Weyer, and Steve Maine
MSDN Magazine September 2007
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 am trying to install reporting services and join it into existing service farm.
Main MOSS 2007 is on one pc, with config bases etc, while reporting services, reporting services db will be on other pc.
We are using same domain account to run sharepoint services and reporting services.
I've installed web part of MOSS on that other computer, also reporting services and sql server, set reporting services in integration mode.
Either way, it wont work for me:
If i am running the service of reporting services as Network Service account, then the /reportserver page will complain about some generic error "probably you dont have access to the farm if you are in integrated mode" etc....
I've read that i should include networkservice into a group WSS_WPG which i did, no luck anyway, same error
If i try to type the adress into the integration with reporting services in moss admin page, i will get error like "expected xml received html" and alot of red text.
If i switch service to run from domain account (the one that is used for running sharepoint on the domain) (we did the spn thing, didnt work either), the /reportserver page will open
(moss2k7/ReportServer - /
I know this has come up before, but I haven't seen an answer that fits this situation. I have a project in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate RTM created with the "WCF REST Service Application" project template. It works fine in the Visual Studio development web
server but I get 404.0 errors if I try to deploy it to IIS. I think IIS has all the correct .Net 4 stuff, but I'm not an IIS expert. I don't have a .svc file but I believe it shouldn't be necessary and, as I said, it works in the development server. Visual
Studio and IIS are running on the same Windows Server 2008 R2 box.
I'm getting the error "The request failed with HTTP status 401: Unauthorized" whenever I try to list the reports on my reporting server. The weird thing is, it works when I run the asp.net application on my dev machine hitting the server reporting services web service url (http://www.example.com/reports/reportservice2005.asmx?wsdl) but when the asp.net app is installed on the server (running iis 7) hitting the same url I get the error. Here's my set up:
SQL Server Reporting services 2008 (not R2)
Web service url: http://www.example.com/reports/reportservice2005.asmx?wsdl
Created a proxy ReportingServices2005.cs
Web.config has <identity impersonate="true"/>
Code to list reports:
<asp:ListView ID="lvReportList" runat="server">
<asp:PlaceHolder runat="server" ID="itemPlaceholder"></asp:PlaceHolder>
<asp:HyperLink runat="server" ID="hpReportLink" NavigateUrl='<%#Eval("Url")%>'><%#Eval("Name")%></asp:HyperLin
I have a site that contains all the information about the employees of my company. They gae me documentatation to access. Please see below.
I am really confused.
1. Ask your administrator to request a Service Account with appropriate privileges. - Done
2. Use your web browser to explore the read-only web services. Start by downloading the mostrecent version of this document from the Documentation Resource. Next, view the Schema ListResource to find your Schema Key(s), which is used by many other service resources.
(How can I do that???)
3. Consider installing the RESTTest Firefox Extension (a simple interface for testing readable andwriteable REST web services), available at http://www.xucia.com/#RestTest.( I did installed the rest test but I dont know how to use it properly)
4. Find appropriate HTTP Connection sample code for your development platform.
I am able to connect to the site using the service account through the code.
but GET/POST request I dont know how can I make it if I dont know which webservice to retrieve
Please help me.
how to consume wcf rest services in asp.net MVC? there is any standards are available?
in my project SOA, so all the data came from wcf 4.0 rest services if there is any coding examples or resources to consume wcf services in MVC 2.0
Hello SSRS Community,
I would like to know if the activation of SSL (Secure Socket Layer) allow the use of both HTTP and HTTPS to access the report server
I have been asked by a web developer in my company to check if in SQL Server 2005 reporting services the activation SSL makes it possible to access the Report Server with both HTTP and HTTPS.
1. Without SSL activation you can use http://ServerName/ReportServer to access your report server
2. Once SSL is activated, we are wondering if it will be possible to access the Report Server with the following two links:
How can I create a new library/list using sharepoint data services (SDS)? I'd also like to add items in the newly created library programmatically using SDS? Is this possible at all?
Back in WCF 3.5 using the WCF REST Starter Kit, I was able to create a request interceptor to handle x-http-method-override headers for clients that cannot send PUT or DELETE commands. How do I do the equivalent in WCF 4.0?
When I using a windows service call WCF service, exception happened.
There was no endpoint listening at
http://xxxx/xxx/Services/MyService.svc that could accept the message. This is often caused by an incorrect address or SOAP action. See InnerException, if present, for more details.
I have tried http://xxxx/xxx/Services/MyService.svc from url and it is shows its WSDL.
The WCF service in another domain, local machine who invoke web service is Win7, and service is win8.
<binding name="BasicHttpBinding_IFqlService" maxBufferSize="2147483647" maxReceivedMessageSize="2147483647" receiveTimeout="00:05:00" sendTimeout="00:05:00" closeTimeout="00:05:00">
<extendedProtectionPolicy policyEnforcement="Never" />