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ASXM web services has been the favorite choice for many developers for building soap web services in .NET during a long time because of its simplicity. With ASMX web services, you get a web service up and running in a matter of seconds, as it does not...
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Aqui pueden encontrar el material de la prestacion que di en el dia de hoy acerca de construccion de web services con ASP.NET y WCF en Visual Studio 2008.
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OpenID and OAuth are today excellent solutions for "Single Sign On" (SSO) and "Authorization Delegation" respectively. They are, however, based on Http Redirections and therefore, tied to passive clients or commonly called web browsers. An interesting...
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Usually all my posts about REST are about WCF or mention this technology in some parts. Today, I decided to take a different approach and discuss some of the projects available today for building REST services, Resourceful and Dream framework (Both available...
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Conditional puts is a technique generally used in a REST architecture to inform clients about possible conflicts when multiple updates are performed simultaneously over the same resource version. It basically works as fist-write / first-win approach,...
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Automatic documentation is another cool feature introduced in the WCF REST Starter kit. While documentation is an important aspect in the development process, unfortunately there is not an standard mode or guidance yet about how this should be done for...
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According to the Http specification, any Http GET request should be idempotent and safe. In this context, these principles have the following meaning: Idempotence: One or more calls with identical requests should return the same resource representation...
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While I was working for one of my customers, we ran into a very strange problem when they tried to deploy some WCF services in a web farm using cookie sessions (In order to enable secure conversation in this kind of scenario, cookies must be used to track...
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I will use this post to discuss an scenario that you may run into while working with WCF, a service that returns a lot of objects (Or large data) to the client applications. This scenario is not about transferring files, that is a completely different...
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One of the discussions that we had during the last summit with the rest of "Connected Systems" MVPs was the possibility of supporting a Federation Scenario over TCP in WCF. For many of us that scenario was possible in theory, but unfortunately no documentation...
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