SCREENCAST: Creating a Native XML Web Service in SQL Server 2005

It’s official.  I’m a Channel 9 Screencaster now.  My first Screencast is Creating a Native XML Web Service in SQL Server 2005.  Screencasts are feature demonstrations (typically 5-10 minutes long).  These are a great way to pick up a quick dose of feature knowledge.  I’ll be posting more of these covering a range of topics. …

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WCF: WSDL and Contracts

Yesterday, I talked about building a simple Windows Communication Foundation client which communicated with an ASMX web service.  In that post, I mentioned that I used Add Web Reference to create the Indigo Proxy.  That tool reads the WSDL file from your service and, among other things, creates a contract.  I thought it might be useful…

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NTLM Authentication in Windows Communication Foundation

I created a simple ASMX web service (VS 2K5 Beta 2) that I wanted to access from a WCF client (September CTP).  The ASMX web service is running in the ASP.Net development web server, not IIS.  I created my simple WCF client by using Add Web Reference.  It turns out that, in this scenario, the…

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The Code Room — short ‘TV show’

Check out http://www.thecoderoom.com/ — a great, fun way to learn about some of Microsoft’s latest tools and technologies. From their about page: The Code Room is a 1/2 hour pilot TV show that exposes technologists to the latest tools and technologies for tackling real-world software development issues. This professionally produced & directed TV show highlights the…

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WEBCAST: Lap around SQL Server 2005

When: Thursday, Oct 13, 2005 9:00 AM (PDT)Scheduled to Occur: OnceDuration: 1:30 SQL Server is a comprehensive, integrated end-to-end data solution that empowers users across your organization by providing them with a secure, reliable, and productive platform for enterprise data and business intelligence (BI) applications. Come watch a webcast that’s almost exclusively demos. We’ll highlight…

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