The .NET Endpoint

Blog by the .NET and AppFabric teams about WCF and WF development, deployment, and management

August, 2010

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    RESTing from MEF (or The MEF dealer is at REST)

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      Note: Reposted from post at blogs.msdn.com/gblock on 6/30/2010 Side note: I am having serious writer’s block these days….or maybe it’s twitter’s block :-) Continuing the tradition of overdue posts…….It’s been over a month since i left the MEF team...
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    AppFabric WCF DataService (C#)

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    Today I’m happy to announce the availability of a new Feature Builder based template for Windows Server AppFabric and WCF Data Services. This template is an evolution of the previous AppFabric-enabled WCF Data Service (C#) template. ...
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    endpoint.tv - Troubleshooting WCF - Bad Address on Client

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    Don't you hate it when things go wrong? Most of the time on endpoint.tv, I show you when everything is working properly. On this episode, however, I'm going to show you some tools and techniques for troubleshooting what happens when you invoke a proxy...
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    endpoint.tv - Meet SO-Aware (Part 1)

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    SO-Aware is an exciting new tool you can use with your WCF Services. This is not just another UDDI registry. Rather, this is a tool that works for SOAP, REST, and OData services and...you just have to see it in action. Tellago Studios SO-Aware endpoint...
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    endpoint.tv - Workflow Services Security Pack

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    Some of the big gaps with Workflow Services have been in the area of security. In this episode, we will see the new Workflow Services Security Activity pack, which fills these holes, allowing you to Use PrincipalPermission based authorization ...
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    Using WF/WCF? Tell us about it!

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    Are you using WF/WCF in .NET 4? Would you like to help us improve WF/WCF in the next release? Would you mind spending an hour or two in a conference call talking about what you like, don't like and need help with? We are looking for customers...
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