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  • Blog Post: RIA Services + Routing

    Yavor Georgiev does an amazing witeup of how to get the Routing Services working for RIA services. This took some consultation, but I'm glad to report we have things working :) You can find his blog post and the sample project over here .
  • 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: Load Balancing at the Routing Service

    This post subtitled “I hate to tell you this but….” “Can the Routing Service do load balancing?” is one of the most common questions I’m asked. The immediate answer I give is almost universally disappointing: No. It’s actually hard to say that Load Balancing (as most people mean it) should be...
  • Blog Post: Another Router Sample!

    With the release of the .NET RC, the number of independent folks playing with the bits and putting together projects has grown tremendously. This is fantastic to see, because the more eyes we get on the product and the more demo code written the better the feedback. I love customer feedback :) Here...
  • Blog Post: Multicast Router Example

    Over the last few weeks I watched (and occasionally chimed in) while a coworker of mine (Danny Cohen) built a pretty comprehensive example of multicasting at the Routing Service over at his blog .  I would consider this a good reference for anyone looking to do something similar with the Routing...
  • Blog Post: Routing in WAS

    For those of you who have your services hosted in WAS/IIS, the trickiest part of getting the Routing Service working is remembering that you need to reference the fully qualified assembly name (since System.ServiceModel.Routing.dll is in the GAC instead of in your service directory). A good writeup on...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features – Dynamic Reconfiguration

    The final in the broad posts about the capabilities of the Routing Service, today we're going to cover Dynamic Reconfiguration.  Dynamic Reconfig is really one of the neatest things about the Routing Service (in my opinion) as it opens up a whole new set of scenarios that otherwise would have required...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features - Error Handling Part 2

    Take a deep breath, this post is a bit of a doozy :) In the last post I discussed the Error Handling capabilities of the Routing Service.  In that post I showed how error handling can be added to lots of common scenarios in order to provide a more robust experience for clients.  These scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features - Error Handling Part 1

    Today we continue the set of articles on the core features of the RoutingService.  In this post, I'll explain Error Handling, a great feature that provides value to both common an high-end uses of the Routing Service by providing a way to make your application more tolerant of temporary communication...
  • Blog Post: PDC Traffic

    In the lead up to the PDC every year, there's always some amazing work done as Microsoft prepares to show some of its customers what it is we've been up to lately. The Routing Service has (fortunately) been included in some of the discussion and demos, so I thought I'd point them out. The primary...
  • Blog Post: Routing Service Features - Protocol Bridging

    A while ago I introduced the features of the Routing Service, and "Protocol Bridging" was among them. But what does this mean and what does it really do for me?   Protocol Bridging in the context of the Routing Service means two key capabilities: Transport Mediation - The Routing Service...
  • 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...
  • Blog Post: What is this blog all about?

    So you stumbled onto some random blog on MSDN. In the first post the guy is already talking about some random Routing something. But what is that? What is this place and how did you get here? What's this all about? Well, let's start off with the basics: Windows Communications Foundation is Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: We're on the air!

    Well hello! This is the first post of the Routing Rules! blog, brought to you by myself, Matt Snider. As a quick introduction, I'm a PM who'se been working on the .NET 4 Routing Service (System.ServiceModel.Routing) that will be delivered as a part of the WCF framework in our next release. I work...
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