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Which WCF Binding Is Best?
[Updated - 10/3/2012: An astute reader pointed out that the sample below will produce some inconsistent results based on the order of the bindings being compared. This is because of things like JIT compilation, internal caching, etc. As a quick fix, I added two lines of code to the CompareBindings method...
20 May 2012
Using a Server Certificate to Protect Web.Config
Using ASP.NET’s protected configuration feature is recommended when your Web.Config file contains sensitive information. The .NET Framework gives you two protected configuration providers, DpapiProtectedConfigurationProvider and RsaProtectedConfigurationProvider . Depending on your application...
27 Feb 2012
Why scriptLocation may not work when pointing to a proxy script file in your application config file.
Consider this scenario: You have a .NET application that issues HttpWebRequests to a remote server. You deploy this application to an environment that requires proxy servers be configured using a proxy script file (WPAD / PAC). The solution is pretty simple. In your app.config, you...
25 Mar 2011
Optimizing Intermediary Services for throughput
I recently had the privilege of working with a couple of engineers (Naveed Zaheer and Manoj Kumar) in an internal lab setting to see how much throughput we could achieve through the Managed Services Engine (MSE) and a downstream WCF service hosted in IIS. This post highlights some configuration settings...
22 Mar 2010
ASP.NET Web Services to WCF services: Answering the question - Why?
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is the platform for building distributed applications. Developers are usually eager to adopt the latest of any technology because, well, it’s the latest. There’s an element of coolness associated with building systems using the latest and greatest technology. Management...
15 Jul 2009
Making asynchronous service calls from a WinForm client
It’s well known that long blocking calls in the main user interface (UI) thread of a WinForm client application should be avoided. As users, we certainly get annoyed when the application stops responding. Yet, even today, we see this over-and-over again in so many applications. When making a call to...
18 Mar 2009
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