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  • Blog Post: If silverlight application in SharePoint Server 2013 AppPart cannot call WCF service in the same SPS2013 site

    If you have a Silverlight Application hosted in an AppPart cannot call WCF service in the same SharePoint 2013 site, but it works if it is in a WebPart in the same site, you will need to look the following: 1. Install the latest SharePoint Server 2013 cumulative update (if you are using Sharepoint...
  • Blog Post: Passing multiple values in a Where clause when calling RIA services from Silverlight

    We recently worked on a project where we wanted to pass multiple values in a Where clause when calling RIA services. The issue seems trivial when we think of where...in clause in TSQL, but for RIA services, we need a little extra tricks. Rather than letting the good research go waste, I am publishing...
  • Blog Post: Configure a WCF Service with SSL and consume from Silverlight via HTTPS(including cross-domain scenario)

    Recently we have worked on few issues where we had to configure WCF services with SSL so that we could consume them from Silverlight via HTTPS. Rather than let good research go to waste, I am posting the steps here. We will divide the concept in following blocks: Configure your IIS site with...
  • Blog Post: Out of memory issue when Silverlight Application talks to WCF service using System.Net.Socket via Duplex Channel

    We worked on an interesting issue where WCF was hosted as windows service. Data was Pushed from WCF Server to Silverlight client via Sockets every 2 sec. Processing WCF-pushed data is the bulk of the task that this Silverlight Application does. The app just sits idle most of the time and processes pushed...
  • Blog Post: How to resolve “Not Found” Error in Silverlight for WCF RIA Services Calls

    If you are trying to figure out why your WCF RIA Service's method calls(or just the regular WCF Service for that matter) throwing the infamous “ NotFound ” error, you are at the right place. This is basically Silverlight’s way of telling that an exception occurred while the Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 5 Business Application Project losing intellisense in Visual Studio 2012

    In the recent weeks, I have encountered two different instances of the same stumbling block: Losing coding intellisense in Visual Studio 2012 in Silverlight 5 Business Application Project while using WCF RIA services. Both projects had all the needed references and the corresponding using(C#)/import...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting Performance Issues in Web Application

    There are many options to troubleshoot performance issues in .NET Web Application. We can use ETW, performance logs, IIS logs, application logs, dumps and profiler. Today I am going to show how to use NP .NET Profiler to troubleshoot performance issues. You can download the tool from here Introduction...
  • Blog Post: Capturing Memory Dumps on Long Running WCF Requests

      There are many options to troubleshoot long running WCF requests. One of them is : capturing a memory dump when the long running WCF request is still executing. To capture a dump while the WCF request is still executing, you can use ServiceModelTimeTaken message inspector as shown in the previous...
  • Blog Post: Capturing WCF Request Execution Time

      Complete source code is here WCF includes a large set of performance counters to help you gauge your application’s performance.  These counters can help you determine total number of WCF requests executed, request per seconds, number of faults etc. But one basic counter is missing : Request...
  • Blog Post: Custom WCF Streaming

    Complete Source code is available at code.msdn.microsoft.com Many distributed business applications work with huge number of database rows, transferring large number of record sets to multiple processes running on different machines. And most likely these large dataset are generated using complex and...
  • Blog Post: WCF Chunking

    Complete code is available at Developer Code Samples It is common scenario to have the need to upload/download large files to/from server. There are mainly two options to upload/download large files in WCF applications WCF Streaming WCF Chunking In this blog post we will discuss how to implement WCF...
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