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  • IIS & RESTful Services #FAIL
    when will super duper IIS finally support non-Windows accounts for HTTP authentication? see here for a complete module including IIS management integration: [link]. Tags: IIS WCF really? link].
    www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, July 21, 2010
  • Different options for hosting RavenDB
    Running as an IIS application Another option for hosting RavenDB is creating an IIS application and letting IIS take care of things. This is a great option if you don’t want to, or can’t, deploy an extra IIS application. number of my websites run on a budget hosting infrastructure that make it harder to deploy extra IIS applications. In most business application I would opt for hosting as an IIS application if possible and otherwise as a Windows Service. In the previous blog posts about RavenDB I used the Raven.Server.exe to create a database server.
    Maurice de Bejeir - Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • The SqlWorkflowInstanceStore and Windows Azure
    However normally when I am hosting long running workflows in IIS I always add a SqlWorkflowInstanceStore to store the workflow state when it is not running so we can survive the inevitable IIS AppDomain restarts. After all hosting workflow services in IIS without using the SqlWorkflowInstanceStore is asking for problems as sooner or later IIS is going to recycle the AppDomain and abort our workflows. As shown previously it isn’t hard to run Workflow Services on Windows Azure. In fact all we need to do is add a bit of extra configuration and we can work as normal.
    Maurice de Bejeir - Thursday, January 20, 2011
  • Using RavenDB with Azure websites
    While using RavenDB as a Windows Service or hosted in IIS is probably the best way to go in most cases there are a number of cases where the embedded option is great. In a previous post I explored various options of hosting RavenDB. And one of the places where I really like the embedded option of hosting RavenDB is when doing simple standalone websites. And with the new Azure website option that is a great way to host them. The code is real straightforward and just like before. 1: public static DocumentStore DocumentStore { get; private set; }. 2: 3: private void CreateRavenDB(). Enjoy!
    Maurice de Bejeir - Monday, December 10, 2012
  • Things To Do At TechDays Halifax 2009
    ll be covering some uber goodness like running PHP on IIS (I run 6 WordPress sites on IIS7 as well as [link] ), SuperPreview, the SEO Toolkit for IIS. If you’re heading to Halifax, Nova Scotia for the only sold out TechDays show in Canada (November 2-3, 2009), you might be wondering what to do when you’re not at the conference. Here are some suggestions: Rogue’s Roost Brew Pub. This is my favourite place to eat in downtown Halifax. The floors are sticky, the service isn’t great, but the chicken fingers and ale are wonderful. Surfing. Bad Dad Location Hunt. Step 1 : Watch [link].
    Ardent Dev - Friday, October 30, 2009
  • RESTful Web Services with WCF Screencast
    cover building WCF services using REST princples, the WebGet and WebInvoke attributes, working with the SyndicationFeed & Rss20FeedFormatter classes, and configuration-free WCF hosting in IIS. I recently got the chance to record a screencast discussing REST-oriented web services in WCF. If you're interested in WCF you should definitely check it out because WCF and REST make an awesome combination. WCF-REST-Kennedy-Peepleocity.wmv 35 MB (WMV HD). You can also download the source code of the project built in the screencast. All content copyright Michael C. Kennedy.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, March 24, 2009
  • Using the WCF Web API in an ASP.NET MVC application
    Now that works but it is far more likely that you will want to be using IIS and host the REST service as part of a web application. Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API In my previous blog post I showed how to add to and use the new WCF Web API a console application using NuGet. So in this blog post I am going to show how to do the normal thing I Created an ASP.NET MVC 3 app to host the REST service. Not that there is anything specific to MVC I need here, all I need is a web site and I could have started with a WebForms application just the same. Enjoy!
    Maurice de Bejeir - Monday, June 13, 2011
  • Reading Excel files in a WCF service using OleDB requires 32bit process
    My development machine is running Windows 7 64bit and my service was deployed to IIS. I’ve been doing a little work on a WCF service that reads an Excel file. kept running into a problem with opening the OleDb connection to the Excel file: “Error: Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider is not registered on the local machine.”. Turns out that Office Jet provider will only run in 32bit. After changing my ASP.NET processes to run in 32bit everything ran just fine. This KB article shows how to change ASP.NET to 32bit: [link].
    The Blomsma Code - Wednesday, March 10, 2010
  • Running Workflow Services on Windows Azure
    As a result, by default, IIS doesn’t know what to do with a WorkflowService type, the base type of a workflow service. Windows Azure might not support the WCF and WF4 hosting parts of Windows AppFabric bit that doesn’t mean you can’t run workflow services on Windows Azure. After all a workflow is just a.NET 4 type and Windows Azure runs the.NET framework. As a result running a workflow service is quite easy once you know how to configure it. The web.config file The first problem is that the machine web.config of an Azure virtual machine is different than that on a regular machine. Enjoy!
    Maurice de Bejeir - Tuesday, January 18, 2011
  • Getting started with the WCF Web API
    That is very nice and sometimes useful but hosting a service in IIS is far more common so in a next blog post I am going to show how to host a Web API REST service in an ASP.NET MVC web site, something that is far more common. Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API When designing services the REST style is becoming more and more popular. Not that REST is anything new, it has been around for some time. The fact that WCF supports REST services isn’t new either as the WebServiceHost and WebHttpBinding where released with the.NET framework 3.5. Enjoy!
    Maurice de Bejeir - Tuesday, May 31, 2011
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