So what would this actually take?

This is a followup on my followup here. After rapping some with Alex I was thinking about what an expression would look like on the wire, provided it has limited capabilities allowed such as F(G(K(x))) = y F(G( [K(x) {attribute}] )) = y where selector was evaluated as some XPath perhaps?   In addition, the…

0

Services discussion with Alex James

This is a posting part of a converstation going on between myself an Alex James, metadata thinker/engineer/PM par excellence here at Microsoft. You can find the start of the conversation here. I’ve decided to not be an ass and write a disertation in the comments section of his blog and am posting here instead. Now…

0

Services Thinking: My 2 cents

  The genesis of this occured in a personal conversation regarding a friend’s issue they are running into with their services design. During the conversation I made use of my famous comment, “RPC via SOAP”. Some of you may of heard me use this before, some may not. This turn of a phrase elicited a…

0

WCF VS Item Template Grabbag

The latest in this series. Here’s a ‘grabbag’ of VS item templates you are welcome to. The set consists of: a custom authorization manager a logging IErrorHandler and attribute to use it with your service WCF Duplex Service WCF One Way Service WCF Streaming Service WCF Untyped Service Files are attached to the blog. Jimmy…

0

WCF Solution Template

Another in the series of free Visual Studio templates I personally use being posted. This one creates a recomended WCF solution containing Contracts, Commands, Gateway, and Service stubs. In addition, standard items such as IErrorHandler and Authorization Manager are added. Files are attached to the blog. Jimmy Zimms <3 WCF and IExtensableObject<T>.  WCFSolution.zip

0