We're developing a total solution, and we've chosen service-oriented architecture to loosen subsystems. However, now we have a problem. When customer orders something, Order Subsystem is responsible ...
After embracing the whole SOA thing, I've found that I'm gradually drowning in a sea of web.config and app.config files. As an example, one system has 2 services that it interacts with. Each service ...
I am working on a refactoring of some services and would appreciate some critique on my general approach. I am working with three back-end data systems and need to expose an authenticated front-end ...
In our organization, we've shifted to a more "service oriented architecture". To give an example, let's assume we need to retrieve a "Quote" object. This quote has a shipper, a consignee, phone ...
Possible Duplicate: Why are interfaces useful? In our company we have a service oriented architecture in our asp.net application. We use interfaces for every crap class. Its a huge ...