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In this post I will explain how to write custom logging messages in WCF tracing. I found many articles showing how to enable tracing and can see the default messages when service gets invoked. ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 19 Oct 2017 | Views: 54 | Categories: Web Services, WCF, C#, ASP.NET
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Posted by: Vasil Trifonov
On 07 Jan 2013 | Views: 993 | Categories: Web Services, WCF, Visual Studio, C#
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In this video we will try to understand how to propagate errors from WCF service to WCF client using fault exceptions. While doing so we will also try to understand how WCF fault exception class is different from normal .NET exception class. This is also one of the most asked WCF interview question during WCF interviews. ...Read more
Posted by: Shivprasad H. Bist
On 03 Sep 2012 | Views: 933 | Categories: WCF, C#, Architecture, Microsoft.net
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In this video we will try to understand how to propagate errors from WCF service to WCF client using fault exceptions. While doing so we will also try to understand how WCF fault exception class is different from normal .NET exception class. This is also one of the most asked WCF interview question during WCF interviews. ...Read more
Posted by: Shivprasad H. Bist
On 31 Aug 2012 | Views: 918 | Categories: WCF, C#, Architecture, Microsoft.net
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This article will contain how to create publish and consume WCF service.

How to create service contract. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 16 Jun 2012 | Views: 966 | Categories: WCF
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SharePoint 2007 provided the capability to add custom ASMX web services. Web Services could be deployed to the LAYOUTS folder, or could be deployed to the ISAPI folder and supported accessing site settings and list data under the SharePoint user context. Since SharePoint 2007 was built on the ASP.NET 2.0 model, it did not natively support web service enhancements that were introduced with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) in .NET Framework 3.0 and 3.5 or the additional WCF-based service frameworks like ADO.NET Data Services (now WCF Data Services). ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 16 Jun 2012 | Views: 917 | Categories: WCF
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Recently I had to find some simple way to show the data information in HTML format (taken from database) through the browser but I didn't want to create web project and run it under IIS (and install IIS either). I found that using of WCF service could solve the problem especially if we had Topshelf service host running on the server. I tried to find some information how to run WCF service under this host but without any success so I'm writing this article hoping someone will avoid all that mistakes that I did. Also I used log4net to log events and transform the XML output into HTML. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 17 Apr 2012 | Views: 1345 | Categories: WCF
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Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s combined programming model for building service-oriented architecture (SOA). Using this, the developer can build a secure, reliable, transacted solutions across platforms.

WCF supports concentrated computing where services have isolated consumers. Clients can consume multiple services as well as services can be consumed by multiple clients. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1524 | Categories: WCF
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The WCF RIA Services class library components is the preferred option used by any Silverlight application that needs a clearly separated middle tier. The architecture and provided advantage are described in details in MSDN documents. There is also a walkthrough for creating a RIA services class library using the ADO.NET Entity Framework Database First approach. Something is different when implementing the RIA Services class library project using the Code First approach and no detailed document is available. This article will provide a full step-by-step tutorial regarding how to create and conf ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1270 | Categories: WCF, Silverlight
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There are several ways that you can use Synergy/DE tools to expose WCF services, but regardless of which way you decide to create a service, the next decision you have to make is how to host it. By hosting a WCF service you expos the service and make it possible to use it from other applications. In this post I will introduce you to one way that WCF services may be hosted, via an ASP.NET web application and an IIS web server. In a later post I will show you how to host WCF services without this requirement for an IIS web server.

This is the third in a series of posts relating to the various ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 29 Mar 2012 | Views: 1686 | Categories: WCF
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