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One of the main features that SO-Aware provides is the central repository for storing service artifacts (WSLD, schemas, bindings) and configuration that any organization generates. This central repository is completely exposed as an OData service that...
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I happy to announce today a new addition to our SO-Aware service repository toolset, SO-Aware Test Workbench, a WPF desktop application for doing functional and load testing against existing WCF Services. This tool is completely integrated to the SO-Aware...
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We have introduced a new Visual Studio tool called “Service Explorer” as part of the new SO-Aware SDK version 1.3 to help developers to configure and export any regular WCF service into the SO-Aware service repository. This new tool is a regular Visual...
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One of the features that you get out of the box with SO-Aware is the ability of monitoring your services. You can either monitoring the traffic for your REST or SOAP services, and see the details of all the incoming or outgoing messages, or any fault...
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As part of the simplification in service configuration that we want to provide in SO-Aware, we have added two new commands in the PowerShell provider for generating the service configuration at design time in case you don’t want to rely on SO-Aware for...
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I am happy to announce today the support in Visual Studio 2008 for adding new service references from the SO-Aware service repository. We have created a simple plugin that you can register in Visual Studio to support this new functionality. The functionality...
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As we announced last week, we are shipping a new Visual Studio plugin for generating service proxies as part of the SO-Aware SDK. The functionality is equivalent to what you find today in the “Add Service Reference” command, but the results are much better...
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As Jesus mentioned in this post , SO-Aware provides three interfaces for managing the service repository. An OData API in case you want to integrate third applications with the repository. OData is a pure http API that can be easily consumed in any platform...
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My colleagues Jesus Rodriguez and Dwight Goins were talking about many of challenges you might find for managing WCF services in the enterprise, and how SO-Aware can help you out in all those aspects. Check it out here .
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A common requirement that we received from some customers while we were in the early design stages of SO-Aware was the ability of tracking static dependencies between services. For instance, Service A calls Service B and Service B calls Service X. This...
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