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Articles on SOA / WCF

 

Peer-to-Peer Programming with WCF and .NET 3.5:    MSDN    [Feb 2008]

  This article will details the Peer to Peer capabilities available in WCF. ..........

 

Integrating WCF Services with COM+:    MSDN    [Aug 2007]

  Learn how to leverage existing mission critical applications with WCF. This article will detail step by step instructions to consume COM+ application services from WCF clients. The article also discusses how existing legacy applications can interface with newly built WCF services. ..........

 

Hosting and Consuming WCF Services:    MSDN    [Mar 2007]

  This article discusses WCF hosting options and consuming WCF services. The traditional ASMX Web services were hosted only on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). The hosting options for WCF services are significantly enhanced in Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0. We will discuss extending the hosting model to include Windows Services and Self-Hosting options. We will also explore in detail IIS hosting (versions 5.1, 6.0, and 7.0) and Windows Activation Services (WAS) hosting options available for WCF services. ..........

 

Hosting Indigo Web Services:    15Seconds.com    [Jul 2005]

  Chris Peiris explains how to host an Indigo web service in his second of three articles. We will examine the IIS, self hosting and Windows Activation Service hosting options available in Indigo. Then he will detail step by step instructions to build sample code for an IIS hosted and self hosted Indigo web service ..........

 

Indigo Programming Model:    15Seconds.com    [Jun 2005]

  Chris Peiris investigates the capabilities of Microsoft Indigo in this article series. Indigo is an integral part of Microsoft Longhorn, the next version of Windows. He will examine the basics of SOA, the problems that Indigo solves - unified programming model and a step by step technical implementation of Indigo web service with Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0. This is the first of three articles. ..........

 

Kerberos authentication on WSE 2.0:    15Seconds.com    [Jun 2004]

  The first version of the .NET Framework exposed Web services as an alternative to .NET Remoting. This was an experiment with open standards such as XML, HTTP, and SOAP. .NET Web services were widely embraced by the developers that recognized their value (please refer to my previous articles). Version 1.1 of the .NET Framework focused on the optimization of the Web service execution mechanism. However, large chunks of architecture were still missing. ..........

 

Deploying DLLs using web services:    15Seconds.com    [Apr 2003]

  We can exchange business information as XML representations over Web services. Complex data structures can be bundled into a Dataset to be sent across the wire. The Microsoft .NET Framework will breakdown the data into the "structure" (XML Schema) and "data" (XML). Therefore, any complex data manipulation mechanism (Dataset, DataTable, etc. ...) can be easily understood by the consumer of the Web service. But, can we deploy a DLL using Web services? Can we deploy a unit of binary execution over a Web service? ..........

 

DevX series - Win Client & Web Client:    DevX.com    [28 Feb 2002]

  Chris Peiris continues his explorations of Microsoft's Mobile Internet Toolkit capabilities with examples that consume a Web service from both a browser and a Windows client. ..........

 

DevX series - WAP Client using MIT:    DevX.com    [25 Oct 2001]

  The Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit contains server-side technology that enables you to deliver content to a wide variety of mobile devices. Here's one simple but real-world WAP client you can write that consumes a Java-based, stock-brokering Web service ..........

 

DevX series - Creating Proxy Objects:    DevX.com    [28 Sep 2001]

  By replicating a Web service's functionality on a local server, you can circumvent the security and data marshaling problems inherent in this distributed application technology. Use a proxy object to act on behalf of the original Web service. ..........

 

DevX Web Service series - Introduction:    DevX.com    [28 Sep 2001]

  Web Services are a general model for building applications and can be implemented for any operation system that supports communication over the Internet. Web services take advantage of the best of component-based development. Component-based object models like Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM), Remote Method Invocation (RMI), and CORBA's Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP) have been around for some time. Unfortunately, they depend on an object model–specific protocol. Web services extend these models by communicating with Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and XML to eradicate the barrier posed by the object model–specific protocol. ..........

 

Microsoft Case Study - Commonwealth Securities:    Microsoft    [Jun 2000]

  Commonwealth Securities Limited (ComSec) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia….Chris Peiris, senior architect at IT & e, says - We will be looking at .NET very closely. The existing Microsoft DNA programming model will be leveraged with ASP.NET. The ease of deployment, scalability and faster execution speed of ASP.NET will help us to add value for our ComSec users. We will also look at the possibility of using Web services on our sites. We will investigate ADO.NET and SQL Server 2000 features to improve our data models. ..........

 

Consuming Web Services:    15Seconds.com    [30 May 2001]

  Evolution of Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) has challenged the boundaries of the Internet. SOAP and HTTP enables you to logon to external systems and execute remote function calls. Just image using a web browser in Melbourne you can go through the Internet and execute methods on your company’s mainframe in Seattle. This architecture enables cooperate web servers to expose their business logic with out compromising security. ..........

 

Creating Microsoft .NET Web Services:    15Seconds.com    [30 Apr 2001]

  Microsoft .NET marketing has created a huge hype about its Web Services. This is the first of two articles on Web Services. Here we will create a .NET Web Service using C#. We will look closely at the Discovery protocol, UDDI, and the future of the Web Services. In the next article, we will concentrate on consuming existing Web Services on multiple platforms (i.e., Web, WAP-enabled mobile phones, and windows applications). ..........


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