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  • Blog Post: ServiceModel XPath Functions

    One of the most versatile types of filters that the Routing Service offers is the XPathMessageFilter.  Xpath is great because it gives you a full set of navigation and comparison tools, right in one filter.  But let’s be honest, writing XPath by hand kinda stinks.  Fortunately, XPath has...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features - Content Based Routing Part 2

    In the last post I introduced you to some of the design concepts around content based routing, and talked about our implementation through WCF's MessageFilterTable. In this post, I'll give you some examples of what configuring CBR at the Routing Service looks like. Last time, I said that we'd implemented...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features - Content Based Routing Part 1

    In the previous post, I talked about the primary features of the Routing Service. In this post, I'd like to dive into Content Based Routing (CBR), and talk about some of the design and implementation choices we made. The model for CBR in the routing Service is a WCF MessageFilterTable<IEnumerable<ServiceEndpoint>>...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features Recap

    In .NET 4 there will be the Routing Service, which will serve to fill the gap between clients and services that previously existed in WCF. Great! But what are we really giving you beyond a simple proxy? Intermediaries can be chock full of features, and serve a whole variety of needs. Instead of first...
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