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WCF Policy – Part 11: Famous Last Words

... them from WCF intricacies. In other words: Custom WCF Policies may be a rare demand. But at times, and if circumstances allow, they can be very handy. Did I forget something? Oh, yes. You can find the sample application on github… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Developers, Software Development, WCF
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28.03.2015 | 996 0
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WCF Policy – Part 10: Addendum: Extending Bindings

... set in stone, why does it take so much effort to introduce extensions? WCF is at times rather complex due to the complexity of the protocols that need to be configured. Adding unnecessarily (I think) to this complexity is just annoying. Just my 0,02 . That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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15.03.2015 | 966 0
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WCF Policy – Part 9: Making the Information Accessible on the Server

... image shows the related components at runtime: And this screenshot shows the result generated from a sample application: Our policy implementation is finished at this point, however, there is another post coming, looking at aspects we did not touch. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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15.02.2015 | 915 0
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WCF Policy – Part 8: Making the Information Available on the Client

... code", "just for fun")); client.Endpoint.Behaviors.Add(behavior); var response client.Ping(“Ping text”); var trackingEntries behavior.IncomingHeaders.TrackingEntries; […] So far for the client, next time, we will look at the server. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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31.01.2015 | 972 0
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WCF Policy – Part 7: Implementing the Default Behavior

... respective contract behavior on the client. And with what we just provided, the two of them are working together at runtime to create a protocol of calls at runtime. The final topic we have to address is making the information available to the developer. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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24.01.2015 | 1110 0
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WCF Policy – Part 6: Implementation Basics

... methods reside in a separate base class, which I omitted to simplify things a bit; it will be included in the sample code, though. Now we have the bits and pieces we are going to need. In the next posts we’ll start using them to actually implement the policy. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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18.01.2015 | 966 0
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WCF Policy – Part 5: Addendum: Policy Support in WCF

... documents, so I will be resolving this bug as "Wont Fix".” Sic! Having had to support both, .NET and Java, I ended up writing a little command line application, that downloads and patches the WSDL of services using the Name attribute… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, Design Time, Java, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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15.01.2015 | 1026 0
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WCF Policy – Part 4: Addendum: Creating the Client Proxy via Command-Line

... /namespace:*,TrackingPolicy.TestClient.TestService http://localhost:33333/Services/TestService.svc?singleWsdl Best put in in a batch file, you don’t wan to retype that every time… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, Design Time, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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14.12.2014 | 1013 0
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WCF Policy – Part 3: Evaluating the Policy on the Client

... Similar mechanisms can also be set up on other platforms, e.g. Java with Metro. The next post will be an addendum, before we take care about the runtime aspects. After all, our implementation doesn’t do anything worthwhile yet. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, Design Time, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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07.12.2014 | 1031 0
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WCF Policy – Part 2: Advertising the Policy

... children of the root element of the policy assertion. WS-Security Policy goes even further and provides several different policy assertions. That concludes the server perspective for our policy assertion. The next post will look at it from the client perspective. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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29.11.2014 | 975 0
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WCF Policy – Part 1: What is policy about?

... WSDL Evaluating the policy assertion during client proxy generation During runtime: Establishing the default behavior on server and client Providing an interface to the developer And this defines what we’re going to have to do – in the following posts… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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23.11.2014 | 1035 0
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Building Your Own Policy with WCF

... Behavior Part 8: Making the Information Available at the Client Part 9: Making the Information Accessible at the Server Part 10: Addendum: Extending Bindings Looking back: Part 11: Famous Last Words… Quite a bit more than one post… So stay tuned… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SOA, Software Architecture , Software Development, WCF
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23.11.2014 | 936 0
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MVC is a UI pattern…

... controller is simply a means of getting a model from the view to your business layer and vice-versa. The aim is to have as little code here as is possible." http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2128116/asp-net-mvc-data-model-best-practices-for-a-newb It’s just harder to come by. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Software Architecture
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03.11.2013 | 532 0
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MVC is a UI pattern…

... controller is simply a means of getting a model from the view to your business layer and vice-versa. The aim is to have as little code here as is possible." http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2128116/asp-net-mvc-data-model-best-practices-for-a-newb It’s just harder to come by. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Software Architecture
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03.11.2013 | 745 0
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RIA with Silverlight–The Business Perspective

... reduced server and net work utilization. For example, we ... tenth of the net work utilization is ... consistent, homogenous platform .NET Framework (client and ... of code” “a .NET developer can pretty ... consistent development platform (.NET /C#). […]” Conclusion… ... DotNetKicks.com Filed under: .NET , .NET Framework, C#, SDX, Silverlight, Software Architecture , Software Developers, ...
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14.08.2011 | 1381 0
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HTML5 – Part III: The Limits

Alternative title: HTML5 – Still HTML, not a RIA platform The last post was about the chances and benefits of HTML5. But there are also some exaggerated expectations that HTML5 cannot fulfill. Mainly this concerns the term “RIA”, and the effect HTML5 will have in this area. Or as someone wrote: “Will HTML 5 one day make Flash, Silverlight and other plug-in technologies obsolete?” ...
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12.03.2011 | 1325 0
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HTML5 – Part I: The Hype

... better choices, we need to take a closer look at some details… To keep it a little more concise, I’m going to break with my usual habit of very long posts. I’m splitting the remainder into two additional not-quite-so-long posts: Part II: HTML5 – New Standard for Web Applications Part III: HTML5 – The Limits Stay tuned, AJ.NET Filed under: HTML5, Silverlight, Software Architecture
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07.03.2011 | 1009 0
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Calling Amazon – Sample Code

... have a more detailed look at the information available from Amazon. This is intended for debugging purposes and to avoid flooding Amazon during development – it is not suitable for production code! The related blog posts are available here: Calling Amazon – Part 1 Calling Amazon – Part 2 That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Filed under: .NET , C#, Silverlight, Software Architecture
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15.05.2010 | 1001 0
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Calling Amazon – Part 2

The last post provided some introduction into calling an external service, namely Amazon, and spend some thoughts on the infrastructure questions. It left off with some decisions: I’m going to make REST calls, as they are more flexible than SOAP calls. I’ll make the calls to Amazon from the client. It’s important to note that these decisions depend to a very high degree on the ...
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25.03.2010 | 804 0
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Calling Amazon – Part 1

... use this information to populate a search result list and load the book details on demand, thus relieving Amazon from doing too much unnecessary work in the first place (and reducing net work load). But in cases where more information is needed right away, one can tell Amazon to include other sets of information, like images, in the returned search result. Another parameter is ...
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21.03.2010 | 1428 0
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Understanding Validation in Silverlight

Input validation is necessary in every business application. Time to look into validation with Silverlight. Starting a little internet research will reveal two variations: Putting validation code into property setters, throwing exceptions (covered by Jesse Liberty). Decorating properties with validation attributes, either checked by the data grid, or manually, again ...
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28.02.2010 | 988 0
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MVVM needs (re)definition

... I’d like to keep that door open.) So far my criticism. I’m aware that I just redefined (or rather dumped?) a well-established term, and I’m not someone like Fowler who does that on a daily basis. So I would be interested in opinions. Just tell me if I went over the top. That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET kick it on DotNetKicks.com Posted in .NET , Silverlight, Software Architecture
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01.01.2010 | 705 0
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Excursus: Supervising Controller Pattern

... a data model in the first place, the term ViewModel is grossly misleading. However, given that the Model for SL applications is usually code generated and supports everything that is needed for databinding, the beauty of this approach is its ease of use. At first. (In other words, stay tuned…) That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Posted in .NET , Silverlight, Software Architecture
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01.01.2010 | 786 0
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Excursus: Presentation Model Pattern

... is a shortcut (kind of a degeneration) for read-only cases, in order to leverage data binding capabilities. And by the way: If this is not exactly what you do if you say “I do Silverlight with MVVM…”, welcome to the club. That’s what started this post in the first place. More on this in the next posts… That’s all for now folks, AJ.NET Posted in .NET , Silverlight, Software Architecture
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01.01.2010 | 843 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces – Part 9: A MessageBox replacement

OK, let’s put the brand new service provider model to some good use. Whenever a service call reports an error I want some message box telling me about it (rather than simply swallowing it, which is the default behavior). Whenever the user does something potentially devastating I want some explicit confirmation, read message box, that he knows what he’s doing. MessageBox.Show ...
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28.11.2009 | 1105 0
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