The WCF Service, the Load Balancer and the Transport Security

Looking at the title of this post it looks almost that I will be talking about a remake of some “Western Spaghetti” of the old days, but no, rest assure, that is not the case the topic is something much more dangerous. Lets talk about WCF Services, Load Balancers and Security stuff, scary talk, right?…

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Can I define a UDT inside a Oracle Function Package and use it on my WCF-Oracle Adaptor?

One of this days I got this problem were some help was needed to provide an insight regarding the use of the WCF-Oracle Adapter for Biztalk, being very comfortable with the WCF part of the issue I thought that I could provide some help on the discussion. So basically the issue he had this team…

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Wondering about WCF Proxy usage

Usually one of the topics in the WCF space that causes the most doubts and discussions are around WCF Proxy creation and usage. I can say from my experience that most of time the doubts and discussion are based mostly one some confusion around how a WCF Proxy works, and oddly enough those are around…

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Hosting Workflows in a WCF Service is queueing up and times out

Hosting a Workflow through a WCF Service is not an usual scenario that we see very often, right? Well a couple of days ago I find out one of this unicorns, and guess what? Yes, is causing some issues 🙂 So, I got this question for help on a scenario where the developers had developed…

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How can WCF service send “Connection: close” in HTTP Response Header?

Developers have sometimes this strange desire to do odd things 🙂 One of this days a colleague of mine came out with this idea: “I need to send a “Connection: Close” in my Http Response Header?” –  After some fighting from my part to try to understand why he would like to do such a…

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