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  • Blog Post: How to make PSI Extensions in Project Server 2010 - Part II

    In this part, we will actually do something useful with the extension service by filling out the skeleton service that was the result of the last post . One of the places where the extension services come in handy is when you want to aggregate data before sending it back to the client. In this post,...
  • Blog Post: A Question of Hardware

    Someone asked me what sort of hardware I am going to be running this little project on. This is good news: Someone is reading what I write! Always makes me happy, and makes me keen to answer. So, here goes... In all simplicity, most of the heavy lifting will be done by FSX/ESP for rendering the outside...
  • Blog Post: A Little Trick to Ensure that Dispose is Called

    Typically trying to avoid finalizers, there is one place* where they come in handy. That place is making sure that all consumers of your objects call Dispose either explicitly or using the using construct. The trick is so simple -- there is no rocket science or otherwise involved. Basically, the idea...
  • Blog Post: It Doesn't Always have to Be Complex

    Warning from author : It seems that most people around me know more about WCF than I do. That is fine with me. Just keep in mind that what I write here, then, may or may not give you much. It serves me as an additional way to understand what I have seen and how the code works. If you already know this...
  • Blog Post: A Long Time

    Man, a lot has happened since last post. I have been busy, busy! The nice thing is that my WCF server implementation is really starting to take form. One of the things that I have had to deal with is the lack of documentation in some cases. Fortunately, I seem to have been struck by some luck: Most...
  • Blog Post: Pay Attention to the Details

    Oh, man! It has been a long time. I have been busy with so many things -- the most important is to watch Daniel grow and adapt to that. He is close to crawling now. He speaks his own language by now. Unfortunately, I guess you have to be his age to understand. Anyway, I recently dug out some of my...
  • Blog Post: Configuration of Transactions for use in WCF

    After starting to look into WCF and transactions, I feel it has been unclear how you can flow transactions from the client to the server to enlist in. Prompted by the umpteenth of such discussions, I decided to experiment my way of this. Along the lines of the ATM sample posted earlier, I wrote a small...
  • Blog Post: Transaction Flow in WCF

    It should be no surprise to anyone that I am totally infatuated with WCF. I am. Totally. It should also be a very little surprise that I am constantly amazed at the people that thought out this wonderful framework. I am. Totally. This time the amazement is about transactions and how they can flow...
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