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  • Blog Post: Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–part 5 out of 5

    If you haven’t already read part 4 (and the prior parts) you should do so here , before continuing to read this post. In this post, I am going to create a small Windows Phone 7 application, which basically will be a phone version of the sidebar gadgets from this post . When we are done, your Windows...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–part 4 out of 5

    If you haven’t already read part 3 you should do so here , before continuing to read this post. By now you have seen how to create a WCF Service Proxy connected to NAV with an endpoint hosted on the Servicebus (Windows Azure AppFabric). By now, I haven’t written anything about security yet and the Proxy1...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–part 3 out of 5

    If you haven’t already read part 2 you should do so here , before continuing to read this post. In part 2 I talked about how to connect to my locally installed NAV Web Service Proxy from anywhere in the world and towards the end, I promised that I would explain how the proxy was build. Problem was, that...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–part 2 out of 5

    If you haven’t already read part 1 you should do so here , before continuing to read this post. In part 1 I showed how a service reference plus two lines of code: var client = new Proxy1.ProxyClassClient("NetTcpRelayBinding_IProxyClass"); Console.WriteLine(client.GetCustomerName("10000"...
  • Blog Post: Connecting to NAV Web Services from the Cloud–Part 1 out of 5

    My last post in January 2010 ( here ) talked about how to create a Proxy for connecting to NAV Web Services from outside the local intranet, by creating a local proxy and exposing this through the firewall to your DMZ. It still isn’t simple though and there are a lot of tasks to complete in order to...
  • Blog Post: Web Services Infrastructure and how to Create an Internal Proxy

    I am NOT an expert in how to setup a secure network and I do NOT know a lot about firewalls, DMZ setup and all of these things, but I have seen a lot in my 25 years of working with computers and the following (absolutely non-exhaustive) gives a good picture of a common network situation of companies...
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