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To use or not to use a backing app for website?

By suggestion in comments, I'll try to rephrase my question to better reflect my problem: I have to present users (few at first, as many as possible later) with a website. There they will be able to ...
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How to isolate a massive and changeable web service [duplicate]

I am trying to come up with a way to wrap a very large web service that changes very frequently. There are 400+ types and each type has 20 to 300 attributes. The service is a SalesForce.com ...
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1answer
161 views

Invoking a web service in a Web API Project…in which layer to invoke?

I am using Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2 and one of my end points has to internally invoke a legacy non-Microsoft web service (not asmx or svc) . Which layer should I invoke this in? I currently have ...
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2answers
635 views

How do I make multiple calls to a web service without taxing that service heavily? Scaling question

is there a good pattern for how to send multiple calls to a web service but without taxing it and ensuring the data is sent back? I don't know enough to correctly describe the problem to even start ...
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WCF or ASMX WebService [closed]

I have been asked to create a web service that communicates with Auth.NET CIM and Shipsurance API. My web service will be used by multiple applications (one a desktop and another a web application). ...
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How can I choose what to use to write my next webservice in C#? [closed]

I'm about to write some webservices from scratch and I'm a bit confused about the approach to take. The obvious choices were WCF and MVC 4 Web API, but I am having a hard time deciding. The two ...
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2answers
318 views

How to implement two different web services running the same business logic?

We are developing a ReSTful HTTP API with Servicestack(.NET). Some of the API clients, which have a subset of the actions, demand a service which could be easily added with all the entities, like ...
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2answers
283 views

Transitioning to asynchronous programming model

our team is mantaining and developing a .NET web service written in C#. We have stress tested the web service's farm and we have evidence that the actual architecture doesn't scale well, as the number ...
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2answers
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If I implement a web-service, how do I respond to POST requests with JSON?

I have to make a rather complex system for my diploma work. Logically it will consist of the following components: Database Web-service Management with web interface Client iOS application that will ...
2
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3answers
655 views

Suggestions for connecting .NET WPF GUI with Java SE Server

BACKGROUND We are building a Java (SE) trading application which will be monitoring market data and sending trade messages based on the market data, and also on user defined configuration parameters. ...
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1answer
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Designing a 3-phase commit web service

We already have a fully operational web service which caters requests from multiple paltform devices. Each device sends only one request at a time and immediately after a response for the request the ...
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518 views

What are the pre-requisites for writing .NET web services?

I am very new to web development. I have been a C,C++ programmer for 5 years and I'm starting to get into the web development, writing web services, etc. I understand that basic concepts of web ...
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2answers
911 views

If ASP.NET MVC 4 supports RPC style communication what does that mean for WCF?

From http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28942 ASP.NET MVC 4 also includes ASP.NET Web API, a framework for building and consuming HTTP services that can reach a broad range of ...
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3answers
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Understanding and developing web services

This question is in conjuction with How would you approach developing a Hotel Reservation System? The solution to a system with different interfaces (or clients I should say) is to go with developing ...
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1answer
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Integration tests across a 3-tier .NET solution

I have a 3-tiered .NET solution. Database (SQL SERVER 2008) Web Service (SOAP Service - *.asmx) WPF Client I am comfortably writing Unit Tests within (3) The Client. I am currently working on ...
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2answers
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What technologies are typically used to implement enterprise services in .NET?

I'm trying to get an idea as to how what I currently do (implementing enterprise services in Java) would be done in a .NET environment. In .NET, would it typically be done using: IIS as the server? ...
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Recommended solutions for integrating iOS with .NET, at the service tier

I'm developing an application, in iOS, that is required to connect to my Windows Server to poll for new data, update, etc. As a seasoned C# developer, my first instinct is to start a new project in ...