Common WSE Kerberos Problem

Mark Fussell discusses a common problem when using WSE 3.0 and Kerberos security.  He answers the following question: I need advice with WSE 3.0 and implementing a web service that requires a Kerberos token. It seems that my simple web service and Windows client should be straight-forward but I’m not able to get past the…


Update to WSERM for WSE 3.0 Available

We just posted an update to the WS-ReliableMessaging sample code that George Copeland wrote that works with the RTM bits of WSE 3.0.  George posted his original code with the initial CTP release of WSE 3.0.  The new version works with the RTM versions of the .NET Framework 2.0 and WSE 3.0.    -Matt


Almost Monday…

On Monday, November 7th, Microsoft will launch Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005 and BizTalk Server 2006.  This is the first in long series of product launches from Microsoft over the coming year that will culminate in the release of Windows Vista. Of course you will want a released version of WSE 3.0 that runs…


Web Services Secure Exchange Technical Committee Created at Oasis

The Oasis standards body created a technical committee today to finalize WS-Trust, WS-SecureConversation and WS-SecurityPolicy.  It’s name: The Web Services Secure Exchange Technical Committee.  This is the final step in the Workshop Process to get these Web services specs standardized. For more info on these specs, see the Web Services Security Specification Index page on…


WSE 3.0 October CTP Available!

The latest Community Technology Preview of Web Services Enhancements 3.0 is now available.  Yes, it is the October WSE 3.0 CTP.  This will be the last CTP before the final release in November.  Be sure and let us know of any problems in the Product Feedback Center.    -Matt      


PDC Presentation Materials

If you didn’t make it down to PDC in Los Angeles, or if you did and would still like to see the final slides and/or sample code from the presentations, head over the public Commnet web site (Commnet is the event Web site that is usually only accessible to attendees — but not this year).  Although it…


It’s Starting to Get Exciting…

It’s always fun to see how Microsoft gears up for the PDC.  Here at MSDN we are scrambling like mad to stay on top of all the different technologies that are being announced and have content around them that need to be published simultaneously with one or another keynote.  I’ll be heading down to LA…


Welcome to the MSDN Web Services and Other Distributed Technologies Developer Center

What a mouthful! That’s right, we’ve changed our name, our layout and what we talk about.  The MSDN Web Services Developer Center is now the MSDN Web Services and Other Distributed Technologies Developer Center. Please accept my apologies for the senseless waste of pixels required for our new name, especially now with the price of…

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Problem with the WSE 3.0 July CTP

Two problems were found with the just published WSE 3.0 July CTP.     1. The Add Web Reference feature in the July CTP version of Visual Studio 2005 does not generate a WSE enabled proxy. To work around the problem, modify the generated proxy base class from System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol to Microsoft.Web.Services3.WebServicesClientProtocol     2. The Update Web…

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