How to optimize Message Copy using CreateBufferedCopy?

Problem Statement Some broker implementations require creating a copy the message forwarding it over to the backend. The broker also might slightly modify things like addressing headers etc. on the message for proper message routing within the DMZ. The problem is that we see a very high CPU cost in creating this copy message and…

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Router Implementation – Message Forwarding – Copy/Pass through

For greater flexibility our router can be something like a pass through router. If we are just calling a backend service then we can use a generic contract to receive and forward messages to the back end service as shown below. Here we create a copy of the message to consume locally on the broker…

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Router Implementation – Strong Typed with Message Forwarding

I use the term broker and router very loosely here since they follow very similar guidelines as described here – WCF Broker Overview. Apologies for not being very rigid with these terms. I will dive into best practices of building a router by progressing from a very simple implementation to a robust one through different…

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WCF Broker Overview

A broker is usually a central point for message forwarding and pass-through for clients and backend services. There are many types of brokers that come into mind Security broker – Usually a gate check for incoming message which transitions from one security protocol to another without mucking with the message most of the time. Protocol…

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