Integrating ASP.NET Output Caching with WCF WebHttp Services

This is part seven of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Creating ASP.NET cache profiles in configuration for use with WCF WebHttp Services Using the [AspNetCacheProfile] attribute to associate service operations with cache profiles Over the course of this blog…


Using Routes to Compose WCF WebHttp Services

This is part six of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Composing multiple WCF WebHttp Services into a single web service Using ASP.NET routes with WCF WebHttp Services Over the course of this blog post series, we are building a…


Error Handling in WCF WebHttp Services with WebFaultException

This is part five of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Handling Errors with the WebFaultException class Over the course of this blog post series, we are building a web service called TeamTask.  TeamTask allows a team to track tasks…


Automatic and Explicit Format Selection in WCF WebHttp Services

This is part four of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Configuring automatic format selection for a WCF WebHttp Service Setting the response format explicitly in code per request Over the course of this blog post series, we are building…


Updating State in WCF WebHttp Services

This is part three of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Creating operations for updating server state with the [WebInvoke] attribute Persisting changes with the ADO.NET Entity Framework in a web service scenario Over the course of this blog post…

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New Beta 2 docs posted in the WF Migration series

Welcome to 2010! Over the past week, we posted four new documents into the WF4 Migration Guidance series. We also added new sample code up to the WF4 Migration Guidance Code Gallery page around Workflow Services migration guidance. Revisiting the structure I used in the Beta 1 migration guidance post last summer, the list looks…


Monitoring and troubleshooting with .NET 4 and Windows Server AppFabric

By now you may have read about the exciting new capabilities in Windows Server AppFabric. In this post we will dive deeper into the features that enable monitoring and troubleshooting of your WCF and WF applications. The monitoring capabilities for WCF and WF applications in AppFabric are built using the monitoring enhancements in .NET Framework…


Clients and the Automatic Help Page in WCF WebHttp Services

This is part two of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Using the HttpClient from the WCF REST Starter Kit Preview 2 Browsing the Automatic Help Page of a WCF WebHttp Service Over the course of this blog post series,…

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Getting Started with WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4

This is part one of a twelve part series that introduces the features of WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4.  In this post we will cover: Downloading and using the new online project templates for WCF WebHttp Services Learning the basics of a WCF WebHttp Service: [WebGet] and UriTemplates Creating a simple web service that…

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Introducing WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4

Over the next six weeks we are going to be releasing a series of blog posts that will focus on the new features in .NET 4 around WCF WebHttp Services.  WCF WebHttp Services is the flavor of WCF that is most appropriate for developers who need complete control over the URI, format, and protocol when…

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