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  • Blog Post: WSE VS addin fails to generate WSE proxy in 64-bit machine

    If you are using WSE and are a VS developer, you would be familar with the WSE Visual Studio Addin that automatically generates WSE Proxy when a Web Reference is added to the project. But if you are a developer in 64-bit machine you will not have this experience due to a bug in WSE setup. It fails to...
  • Blog Post: Trouble Installing .NET 2.0....

    If you had a Beta version of Framework 2.0 installed on your machine and are moving to a the RTM version, then you might have some trouble with getting the correct version of mscoree.dll in place. The reason is Microsoft Installer's resilence feature will restore the old version of mscoree.dll in your...
  • Blog Post: WCF Support in Compact Framework

    In a nutshell, .NET Compact Framework 3.5 supported features for WCF include: messaging-layer communication, WS-security, and http and mail transports. All of these a subsets of what the desktop supports, with the exception of the mail transport, which is new with NetCF. There is also some plans to provide...
  • Blog Post: .Net Framework 3.0 is Live!!

    Get the latest version of .Net Framework 3.0 at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=10CC340B-F857-4A14-83F5-25634C3BF043&displaylang=en
  • Blog Post: Debugging WCF - Traces and Message Logs

    There has been enough posts on this topic. But this topic cannot be over emphasized. The best way to debug any WCF issue is to get a complete Message log and trace. We write tons of information to the trace that there is very little (if any) issues that traces cannot solve. Below is a config to generate...
  • Blog Post: Re-Serialize SAML token

    In a Federation Scenario a client might want to access the services by using a SAML token that was issued to it by a STS. The service in turn might have to call other services (like a intermediary) to fulfill the request. When calling the backend service the service might want to use the SAML token that...
  • Blog Post: Federation

    As you are moving to Web Services world one of the buzz words that you will hear time and again is "Federation". This is simply a security scenario that involves 3 parties to secure a Message. The 3 parties in the scenario are, Client Security Token Service (STS) Target Service This is...
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