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  • Blog Post: Reflector

    There has been a lot of uproar over Red Gate's recent decision to charge for the .Net Reflector tool. As a Microsoft employee that spends a lot of time with performance and debugging tools, Reflector is essential. When Red Gate bought the rights to Reflector from Lutz Roeder, I felt that it was only...
  • Blog Post: Server too busy exception

    The "Server too busy" error is a common one that causes a lot of confusion when related to WCF. It is possible for WCF to respond with a server too busy fault when a quota is exceeded in the security layer. However you wouldn't get this when you hit a WCF throttle limit. Server too busy typically comes...
  • Blog Post: Checking a dump file for WCF throttles

    The ServiceModel performance counters can tell you how many concurrent calls, instances, and sessions you have. In .Net 4.0, more counters were added to tell you how close you are to the throttles for each of those categories. So if you're trying to performance tune an application, those performance...
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