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Method signature in IOperationInvoker?
As I said in my previous post, I’m currently implementing a web service in WCF. It has to be consumable by code that’s been written for a .NET 2.0 style web service (in Perl, as it happens), and so I’m using the BasicHttpBinding and Xml serialisation. One of the reasons I’m using WCF is to be able to wrap all operations (in the WCF sense) in the same error handling code. The requirements of the client are always to have the following class returned: public class Result<T> { public T Data { ......

Posted On Thursday, March 19, 2009 5:32 PM

WCF Process Identity
I have to say that I’m a big fan of WCF’s modularity and power. At the moment though, I’m struggling with impersonation issues and feeling overwhelmed by the sheer size of the thing. “With great power comes great responsibility”, I suppose. We have a legacy policy in our company whereby web services impersonate a particular user account that can write to certain file shares and access databases. This has served us well for intranet web apps, but I’ve run into difficulties because I’m forging ahead ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 18, 2009 9:17 PM

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