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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 | 912 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 | 894 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 | 841 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 | 891 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 | 989 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 | 897 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 | 929 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 | 918 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 | 945 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 | 904 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 | 936 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 | 850 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, ... Architecture, Software Developers, Software Development
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14.08.2011 | 1306 0
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Silverlight. What if?

... (Senior Vice President, Developer Division): http://blogs.msdn.com/b/somasegar/archive/2010/11/01/silverlight-lighting-up-the-client.aspx Scott Guthrie (Corporate Vice President, .NET Developer Platform): http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/11/04/silverlight-questions.aspx Tim Heuer (Program Manager for Microsoft Silverlight): ...
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07.11.2010 | 1096 0
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CommunicationException: NotFound

... using the browser net work stack (as Silverlight does by ... of the browser net work stack. Generally speaking there are ... as full blown .NET version on the server, ... (the non-generic version, .NET and Silverlight) and ... around the browser net work stack limitation. ... Avoid the browser net work stack. Silverlight offers its own net work stack implementation ... adds to its net work stack. Cookie ...
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29.08.2010 | 1121 0
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Silverlight and Integrated Authentication

... name: Calls against localhost are optimized by the operating system to bypass some of the net work protocol stack and work directly against the kernel mode driver (HTTP.SYS). This affects caching ... exchanged information). Otherwise it’s later on, when you need it as profiler (to measure net work utilization). Of course you’ll want http caching enabled and working by that time. Of ...
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08.08.2010 | 1035 0
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Replacing Events by Callbacks

... methods (before we had lambdas) where rather ugly, so I doubt that can be seen as valid counterargument. Here however lambdas can be seen as typical means of choice. Verdict Neat? Net result: I’m writing less code on the event source side, including no longer declaring EventArgs classes. I’m writing less code on the event sink side. The handler methods can use clean parameter lists ...
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24.07.2010 | 924 0
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Employment of Events is changing…

The other day I had a little chat with a colleague. It was about one of his worker components and how it used events to communicate intermediate state and the final result. About event registration and deregistration, and the ungainly code resulting from it. When I suggested using callbacks instead of events, he quickly jumped on the bandwagon; a few day later I got a single note on ...
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18.07.2010 | 824 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces: The First Steps with Visual State Manager

Visual State Manager. Easy to understand in principle. But it takes some getting used to to be able to use it… . There is a lot of information about VSM available, e.g. a quick introduction at silverlight.net, and when I first started to tackle VSM I read it all and then some (felt that way, anyway). Still, my first experiments with VSM failed miserably—and it did so because of a lack of ...
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24.01.2010 | 969 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces: Derived Custom Controls

OK, let’s put the last findings to good use and create a derived control that carries its own default template. This post is again about some fairly basic stuff, but it is the logical next step. My use case: I wanted/needed a simple image button, one that simply takes the image as a property, rather than having to manipulate the content for every button anew. So what do I need? A derived ...
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17.01.2010 | 853 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 | 1052 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces – Part 8: Application Extensions

... of a contract, say ISecurityService, that it can ask for. And the same is true for any crosscutting concern, such as error reporting, tracing, caching, you name it. And actually .NET has already addressed this need with the service provider pattern. This pattern has been used for example in WF (e.g. to introduce workflow instance persistence), and quite extensively in the Visual ...
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14.11.2009 | 1122 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces – Part 7: Application Permissions

... access to the local machine. Regarding server calls it supports HTTPS and windows authentication for intranets, it restricts URL access and allows only calls to servers explicitly opted in for. From a .NET perspective it has a changed programming model, no longer supporting CAS, but a more simple model that takes the restrictions into account that are already in place. It has the ...
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08.11.2009 | 1038 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces – Part 6: Application Configuration

Note: This is part of a series, you can find the related posts here… Configuration of ASP.NET applications is quite potential. Simple application settings, database connection strings, complex configuration data. All editable by the administrator after deployment. Configuration of SL applications is virtually non-existent. While a Silverlight application may have less ...
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03.10.2009 | 735 0
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Silverlight Bits&Pieces – Part 5: Service Call Basics

... feedback, or disable controls. This is especially important considering that on my development machine I will hardly spot any delay, but once the application goes into production and net work performance and latency demand their toll, this will likely change. Thus I recommend you do the same, perhaps surrounding with #if DEBUG and making it configurable. Calling a service ...
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30.08.2009 | 993 0
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