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WCF, Net.Tcp endpoint, code-first [migrated]

I have a WCF service, this service works perfectly well on a WSHttp endpoint, running as a Windows service under ServiceHost. However I want to move to a TCP endpoint, because of scalability. For the ...
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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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113 views

Service Method to Use for Uploading Large Chunks of Data

I have a need to be able to provide a web-based service to upload large amounts of data that would come in as chunks as large as 10,000 lines of 950 byte records, which is 9.5 MB. I've gotten advice ...
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617 views

Is Moving Entity Framework objects over a webservice really the best way?

I've inherited a .NET project that has close to 2 thousand clients out in the field that need to push data periodically up to a central repository. The clients wake up and attempt to push the data up ...
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How do I create a web service with high amounts of traffic that works effectively with lots of different users? [closed]

I have created web services before that are used by a small number of users but have a new project that would have lots of users. For each user that uses the services, this is what they would do: 1) ...
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1answer
1k views

ASP.NET MVC Web Site & WCF Web Service - Sharing functionalities

I have the following situation: I have to create a website and a web service that will share a part of the functionalities. This is why I do not want to write code twice. I have thought of the ...
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1answer
1k views

Should web service response use a base class or generic class?

In my RESTful WCF web service I have something like the following response object. public class WebResponse<T> { public bool Success { get; set; } public T Data { get; set; } ...
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2answers
631 views

Implement service layer in MVC

We have a defined service layer hosted in WCF. We are now building a website that will need to use the services functionality. The website is being written in ASP.NET MVC 4 and I'm trying to decide ...
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1answer
789 views

SOA in .NET 4.5 with MSMQ Durability

I have been doing some investigation regarding ASP.NET Web API. I have enjoyed using the WCF REST template to create new RESTful web services, and Web API seems to be a cleaner iteration on that. ...
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2answers
343 views

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 ...
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2answers
579 views

MVC or Extract Service Layer

we have an application that is built with .Net MVC. We are now tasked with exposing API's to third parties. Members on our team want to just continue down our current path and just use more ...
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1answer
195 views

Learning Issued Token in Federated Service

I would like to learn federated WCF service. I have the following in my system. • Windows XP • Visual Studio 2010 Express • SQL Server 2008 Express Is it possible to create a federated ...
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1answer
317 views

WCF/webservice architecture question

I have a requirement to create a webservice to expose certain items from a CMS as a web service, and I need some suggestions - the structure of the items is as such: item - field 1 - field 2 - field ...
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3answers
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Should I use both WCF and ASP.NET Web API

We already have a WCF API with basichttpbinding. Some of the calls have complex objects in both the response and request. We need to add RESTful abilities to the API. at first I tried adding a ...
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1answer
173 views

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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2answers
5k views

Move from JSON to Protobuf. Is it worth it?

We have REST webservices that can serve XML or JSON (WCF). I'm toying with idea of implementing Protobufs. Why? PROS Less load on servers. Smaller message size - less traffic. It is easier to ...
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1answer
1k views

What is a good design pattern / lib for iOS 5 to synchronize with a web service?

We are developing an iOS application that needs to synchronize with a remote server using web services. The existing web services have an "operations" style rather than REST (implemented in WCF but ...
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3answers
8k views

ASP.NET MVC vs WCF for REST API + Webpage usage

I think the discussion for programmatic service oriented usage vs human interaction is clear. But if I were to create an application that makes use of both a programmatic API and a website that makes ...
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3answers
152 views

Solutions for software using many calls to a server

I am developing software that uses many calls to a server. On a client side it's a Silverlight application. Almost every time a user clicks on a button in it, it sends 1-5 WCF calls to a server. There ...
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1answer
2k views

How to build a good service layer in ASP.NET?

I have looked through some questions, technologies for building a good service layer but I have some questions regarding this that I need help with. First some information of what I have for ...
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2answers
917 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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2answers
199 views

How should an administrating web application control a WCF service's entities?

We have a WCF Service (self-hosted) which can receive several types of calls from the outside, each call encapsulates a business logic procedure. We need to construct a web application which will act ...
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3answers
1k views

web Service - what happens when client doesn't get the response?

We have developed a WCF service which acts as an API to our system. some of the methods expose functionality which eventually writes and updates data to DB. Lets say that the client sent one of ...
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2answers
5k views

WCF service which takes XML file

I have a client requirement where I need to expose a web service which takes XML. Client will consume my web service and send XML . This web service need to be async. Could you please suggest any ...
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2answers
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What's the best practice to do SOA exception handling?

Here's some interesting debate going on between me and my colleague when coming to handle SOA exceptions: On one side, I support what Juval Lowy said in Programming WCF Services 3rd Edition: As ...
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What is the difference between WCF service and a simple Web service in developing using .NET Framework?

My questions are: What is the difference between WCF service and a simple Web service in .NET Framework? What a WCF Service can do which a .NET Web service cant? In other words, what are the ...