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Blogs focused on WWSAPI: the new native web services stack from Microsoft

April, 2009

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    One-time set up for WWSAPI security examples

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    Nikola asked me to write a post on how to set up machine to run our security examples. Here it goes. To run WWSAPI security examples (like the one doing Basic authentication over SSL ), you need to set up the client and server certificates for SSL...
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    WWSAPI to WCF interop 8: invalid XML characters (part 2)

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    In part 1 of this topic, I explained that some Unicode characters would be rejected by WWSAPI’s XML reader and writer because they are not considered legal in XML spec. There is an XML reader property and an XML writer property to allow such characters...
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    WWSAPI to WCF interop 8: invalid XML characters (part 1)

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    Although all Unicode characters can be carried in XML document, not all characters are considered legal according to XML 1.0 spec , the version used by SOAP and supported by WWSAPI. As you can see in the production copied below, ASCII characters under...
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    HTTP header authentication gotcha

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    So I was testing WWSAPI client to ASMX interop. After getting the basic Hello World scenario working, I decided to require Windows authentication on the web application and impersonate the client identity. Then I reran the client without changing the...
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    403 Forbidden due to client certificate issue

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    Just when I thought I had seen all possible 403 Forbidden errors and could pinpoint the 403 issues without looking into traces, I found myself surprised by another 403 error. I was testing a WWSAPI client to WCF server interop scenario. Only this time...
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