It Doesn’t Always have to Be Complex

Warning from author: It seems that most people around me know more about WCF than I do. That is fine with me. Just keep in mind that what I write here, then, may or may not give you much. It serves me as an additional way to understand what I have seen and how the…

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It is the Small Things that make me dislike Tags

Deep down in code (and under pressure), I was trying to deploy my WCF web service under IIS/WSS. I guess the pressure part is partly to blame, but nevertheless. I was getting the weirdest errors. I was even going as far as debugging my way down WSS while it served (or, tried to) my .svc…

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A Long Time

Man, a lot has happened since last post. I have been busy, busy! The nice thing is that my WCF server implementation is really starting to take form. One of the things that I have had to deal with is the lack of documentation in some cases. Fortunately, I seem to have been struck by…

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Pay Attention to the Details

Oh, man! It has been a long time. I have been busy with so many things — the most important is to watch Daniel grow and adapt to that. He is close to crawling now. He speaks his own language by now. Unfortunately, I guess you have to be his age to understand. Anyway, I…

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Interesting Article in MSDN Magazine

Just as luck will have it, I was working on some transaction stuff when this month’s issue of MSDN Magazine appeared in my mailbox. I really enjoy that magazine – this month even more so. I have been writing and experimenting about transactions and transaction support in WCF, and in this issue, Juval Lowy has…

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Configuration of Transactions for use in WCF

After starting to look into WCF and transactions, I feel it has been unclear how you can flow transactions from the client to the server to enlist in. Prompted by the umpteenth of such discussions, I decided to experiment my way of this. Along the lines of the ATM sample posted earlier, I wrote a…

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Transaction Flow in WCF

It should be no surprise to anyone that I am totally infatuated with WCF. I am. Totally. It should also be a very little surprise that I am constantly amazed at the people that thought out this wonderful framework. I am. Totally. This time the amazement is about transactions and how they can flow from…

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There is Always Time…

A warning: This is a post about my son! I will praise him and praise those abilities that he has not demonstrated he has (yet – though I am fully confident that he has them). So, the setting was this: I am currently working on some functionality that I need to get to a certain…

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Once again I am amazed

As stated earlier, I am working with some dynamically generated code at the moment. In order to cut short all the technicalities, I am working with proxies for webservices. One of the things that caused some raised eye brows with me was the fact that this generated code will have to generate types for all…

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Daniel Spoke… To Me!

A word of warning here: You may find this utterly insignificant and a complete waste of your time to read on. I am writing about something that I expect a few others will find interesting: It is about me and my son. It is the same thing you feel when you visit your friend that…

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