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how to modularize wcf services?

I am working on a WCF application that supports 4 different applications. lets call those 4 application: App1, App2, App3, and App4. this WCF Application has 4 services. one for each application. 4 ...
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WCF Versioning, Naming and Endpoint URL

I have a WCF Service and a Main Lib1. Say, I have a Save Profile Service. WCF gets data (with predefined data contract) from client and pass the same to the Main Class Lib1, generate response and ...
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What is the best and most optimized way to return a filestream from a .NET WCF SOAP service?

To give some background, i have a WCF SOAP service in .NET that needs to return pdf files. This service will be used by multiple application, many times in a day. The size of the files returned varies ...
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Caching Strategy: WCF Buffer pooling and size

I am currently trying to understand the best configuration for caching. I am using Azure In-Role caching (currently Colocated, but Dedicated at a later point) in a Web Api 2 application in .NET 4.5.1....
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Architecture: mobile apps for different clients with their own dbs different servers?

My general feeling is that this is a question which must have been answered but I am struggling to find resources for it. I know little about mobile app dev but my knowledge of web services is pretty ...
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MVC Sites and Entity Framework (using DbContext)

I've been looking at a couple of the MVC tutorials on the ASP.NET website and and have noticed numerous of them make use of Entity Framework (especially the Identity provider stuff). Maybe my ...
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Are Calls to a WCF Service via JSONP Secure?

I am looking at developing a complete HTML5/JS mobile app that can be deployed to Android, iOS and Windows platforms. I am using DevExtreme tools to help me do that. I already have a WCF service that ...
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How to implement DDD in a distributed application with NHibernate?

I have an ASP.NET MVC web site working in this way: (In the controller) var user = _applicationService.GetUserById(1); user.ChangeEmail("mynemail@somewhere.com"); user.ChangeAddress("my new street", ...
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use of minOccurs=“0” without nillable=“true” in SOAP

I have received an XSD from a 3rd party supplier generated from a Java based system; which is to be used to create a SOAP endpoint for us to receive data transfers. Their XSD does not make any use of ...
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Architecture for C# Chat Application - not sure if WCF is right

I had written a WCF based "chat/notification" system but I am questioning my decision if WCF is a good fit. I have an external 3rd party lib that calls my process when events arrive: public class ...
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ISerializable vs WCF attributes

In C# .NET there is two main possibilities to serialize and object. Implementing the ISerializable interface? Using the [DataContract/DataMember] serialization attribute of WCF? What are the ...
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How to handle field level Acces Security when using Entity Framework

Scenario: a large existing system (~300 tables, 500 stored procs, 200 views and a code base of several 100k lines) with most security level stuff in stored procedures needs to be refactored (for ...
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Is OAuth (2.0) is the right choice to make WCF WebService secure?

I have WCF webservice which serves to various mobile application. This was implemented with typical HTTPS/SSL. But there are some cases like Replay Attack needs to be considered in the security aspect....
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Is Windows Workflow Foundation appropriate for a CPU-heavy async application?

At one of the DevDays conferences a presenter said that Workflow Foundation isn't just for applications that require persistence, but they can make it easier to write and maintain Async WCF code and ...
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Authenticate to a SQL Server with Active Directory credentials from a UWP app

I've been tasked to design an application and a database to store information our company's electricians have measured on-site. We need to save in our database who exactly did which measurement. ...
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WCF security with Java client

I'm about to develop a WCF service which is going to be called by an external Java client. I've developed a couple of services before but they were called internally, so security is now a concern. ...
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Is using a self-hosted service a viable option for launching applications from a url?

We have a third party supplied application with a button that enables the opening of another application showing related data when pressed (these applications are made by completely different ...
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Resource manager for restful service

I was just brought onto a project with a service oriented architecture. There is a central WCF "profile service" that all projects call to get information on users etc. That central profile service ...
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In WCF, why would one deliberately use strict schema validation?

I'm reviewing best practices articles for WCF versioning. A lot of the recommendations revolve around one decision: "Are you using strict versioning? If so, treat every contract as immutable. If not, ....