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Hosting WCF service in Windows Service
When building Windows services we often need a way to communicate with them. The natural way to communicate to service is to send signals to it. But this is very limited communication. Usually we need more powerful communication mechanisms with services...
Solution to Jira web service getWorklogs method error: Object of type System.Xml.XmlNode[] cannot be stored in an array of this type
When using Jira web service methods that operate on work logs you may get the following error when running your .NET application: Object of type System.Xml.XmlNode[] cannot be stored in an array of this type . In this posting I will show you solution...
Importing issues from Jira to database using C#
I am evaluating hosted Jira Studio and it likes me more and more when I’m using it. As hosted service is not in our premises and contains important information about our work I was asked to find out if there’s a way how to read data from Jira Studio and...
How one decision can turn web services to hell
In this posting I will show you how one stupid decision may turn developers life to hell. There is a project where bunch of complex applications exchange data frequently and it is very hard to change something without additional expenses. Well, one analyst...
Creating Twitpic client using ASP.NET and OData
Open Data Protocol (OData) is one of new HTTP based protocols for updating and querying data. It is simple protocol and it makes use of other protocols like HTTP , ATOM and JSON . One of sites that allows to consume their data over OData protocol is Twitpic...
WCF: The maximum message size quota for incoming messages (65536) has been exceeded
When using WCF services you may get the following error: "The maximum message size quota for incoming messages (65536) has been exceeded. To increase the quota, use the MaxReceivedMessageSize property on the appropriate binding element." This...
ASP.NET MVC: Using asynchronous controller to call web services
Lately I wrote about how to make a lot of asynchronous calls to web services during ASP.NET page processing . Now it’s time to make same thing work with ASP.NET MVC . This blog post shows you how to use asynchronous controllers and actions in ASP.NET...
Making asynchronous calls to web services during ASP.NET page processing
Some ASP.NET web applications use web services to get some data that they display to users. Some pages may lay hardly on web services and these pages need some optimization to work better. In this posting I will show you how to use web services behind...
Developing Delicious applications
I am developing a little piece of software that interacts with Delicious through HTTP API. Using Delicious API puts you one responsibility – use their service carefully. Don’t flood it and don’t stress it some other way. In this posting I will show you...
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