Simple WCF netMsmq Example (or Step 1 to stop reinventing yet another MSMQ clone)

It’s pretty obvious that MSMQ is a bit of a dark art out there. People know it exists, everyone knows someone somewhere that knows a guy who once did something with it, and like practitioners of esoteric arts, the technology is looked upon with distrust. In fact to the point that I see team after…

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Silverlight, Faults, and HTTP Status Codes

So plenty has been written about the mismatch in between the Silverlight browser plug-in and WCF messaging with fault use cases over HTTP. For those of you that didn’t know about this then here’s your chance to catchup: According to the documentation, SOAP faults are not supported in the WCF client implementation for Silverlight (even…

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Yet Another WCF Service Instance Provider

So here’s a lightweight handy WCF service instance provider that takes a slightly different approach than most of what we’ve seen so far. Usually most people want to use an IInstanceProvider implementation to work with their DI container of choice. Common examples would be the integration of Castle, StructureMap, or Unity with WCF to allow…

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DataServices, IErrorHandlers, Exceptions and the Gulf between them.

OK I am going to let you in on a dirty little secret about Astoria based services. This secret is probably not even known to you. Ready to hear it? Really? Well here it is:  You’d better never have anything go wrong as you’ll never know it. It devours exceptions and is hungry for more!…

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