August, 2006

  • Sajay's Blog

    Using a Session in WCF through AspNetCompatibility

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    Firstly let us all thank Steve Main . The session/state model is the same that is leveraged by the asp.net framework and hence all the feature of state management comes bundled with it. On a moral note its the responsibility of using this is upto the...
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    Hiding UpdatePanel during UpdateProgress

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    This was a very simple requirement to hide the currently updating controls. I first ran to the the forums and came across this . The trick was quite simple. When we depend control inside the updatePanel this technique fails. The idea is to wrap the update...
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    Iterating over a nested Member

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    You have a Collection of Products. Every product effectively maps to an Item. Now I needed to bind this Product collection to a grid and display the item name. So basically it would be something like prod[i].Item.Name or any other property can be accessed...
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    WCF Service with .asmx extensions

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    We already have quite a large number of ASMX services and clients. One major point to be kept in mind is that WCF and asmx services can co-exist without any problem and migration to WCF should be your first and only choice unless there is a reason like...
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    DatacontractSerializer and ASMX service using types with Namespaces

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    When we try to generate a proxy out of an ASMX service with svcutil, there might be some interesting scenarios. One that I came across is when the service exposes types that have a root namespace. Now if you had only that type as the parameter then these...
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