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  • The Architecture of WCF
    WAS hosting is also commonly referred to as IIS hosting as the service is configured via IIS manager and the ASP.NET infrastructure. 'Before WCF it was, of course, possible for software running on different machines to communicate. Over the lifetime of Windows there have been many technologies to achieve this: sockets, DCOM, MSMQ,NET Remoting, ASMX Web Services and more. The problem is all of these have different APIs and different levels of capability. There are three core concepts at play whenever you use WCF: messages, channels and encoders. Messages. Channels. WCF, as of 4.5,
    .NET Meanderings - Sunday, April 7, 2013
  • The Architecture of WCF
    WAS hosting is also commonly referred to as IIS hosting as the service is configured via IIS manager and the ASP.NET infrastructure. 'Before WCF it was, of course, possible for software running on different machines to communicate. Over the lifetime of Windows there have been many technologies to achieve this: sockets, DCOM, MSMQ,NET Remoting, ASMX Web Services and more. The problem is all of these have different APIs and different levels of capability. There are three core concepts at play whenever you use WCF: messages, channels and encoders. Messages. Channels. WCF, as of 4.5,
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, April 7, 2013
  • 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!
    The Problem Solver - Monday, December 10, 2012
  • 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!
    The Problem Solver - Monday, December 10, 2012
  • 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.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • 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.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, December 5, 2012
  • Secure WCF REST Services with a Custom UserNamePasswordValidator
    If you’re hosting in IIS (or IIS Express), you’re pretty much done. Download the code for this blog post here. When securing WCF services you’re faced with a choice: Message versus Transport security. Unless you need to conceal messages from an intermediary, your best bet is to stick with transport security and use SSL to secure messages traveling over HTTP. Using SSL is generally the best choice for ensuring point-to-point privacy and integrity, which lets you pass user credentials over the wire when directly invoking service operations. netsh http add sslcert ipport=0.0.0.0:2345
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, May 28, 2012
  • StarterSTS on IIS 6
    Sam Huggill wrote a great post on how to get StarterSTS working on IIS 6. Thanks Sam! IdentityServer
    www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, November 23, 2011
  • You are not Steve Jobs (and don't try to be him)
    Jobs started the MacIntosh project because he had Lisa taken from him: MacIntosh and Lisa could only exist because Apple had revenue from the Apple II line. Many people better than I have commented on the passing of Steve Jobs a few weeks ago, I too was sorry to see him go. He touched my life (indirectly): I’m writing this on a Mac, we have an iPad in the house, I might not like iPhones but my new Android phone clearly owes a lot to Jobs vision (i.e. it is a copy). Reading, watching and listening to the many obituaries about Jobs I started to get worried. Here are a few examples.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, November 18, 2011
  • Token based Authentication for WCF HTTP/REST Services: Authentication
    Should work with WCF web programming model either self-host or IIS hosted. This post shows some of the implementation techniques for adding token and claims based security to HTTP/REST services written with WCF. For the theoretical background, see my previous post. Disclaimer. The framework I am using/building here is not the only possible approach to tackle the problem. Based on customer feedback and requirements the code has gone through several iterations to a point where we think it is ready to handle most of the situations. Goals and requirements. Implementation overview.
    www.leastprivilege.com - Tuesday, November 15, 2011
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