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After much thought I decided to begin blogging under my own domain. I've had it for a while but am going to slowly move things over there. Thanks to all the readers who have left comments and e-mails here. I'll be picking up the NIEM and .NET posts over at my permanent home on the web. Stop by and subscribe to the feed if you're interested! As I transition, ......

I have a situation where I want to use a transaction to keep track of a particular message process in order to roll back various parts if there is a failure. The service operation is listening on a queue using the NetMSMQBinding and the operation is marked with the transaction properties of the OperationBehavior like so: <OperationBehavior(Trans... ......

Disclaimer: This post speaks from an outsiders perspective. My interactions with this initiative have been from a regional implementers standpoint and I am not privy to any of the decisions that led to the OneDOJ initiative. This perspective comes from actual project work and reviewing open source information regarding the broader initiative. One of ......

One of the goals of a large state-wide multi-agency data sharing project my organization is participating in was to start with a partner designed WSDL and then implement it in the underlying technology of the partner's choice. For my organization this technology is Windows Communication Foundation. From it's inception the WSDL had to be simple and interoperable. ......

This is part one of a multi-part post where I will show some of the techniques we've been using to parse NIEM XML documents using LINQ. Microsoft has definitely put a lot of time into thinking out the System.Xml.Linq features. When working with NIEM XML the essential thing to remember is that the only thing that ever really changes is the name of the ......

While working on a NIEM parser library I found that you can import XML namespaces at the project level. Previously I posted about doing this at the top of your .VB class file: Imports <xmlns:nc="http://niem.g... That allows you to use the prefix nc: in LINQ queries to work with NIEM documents. Well today I discovered you can ......

I wrote a very simple article on using the NIEM Schema Subset Generator. There is a lot more to IEPDs and the NIEM model than what I conveyed but this will be a good starting point. How-to: Use the NIEM Schema Subset Generator to Build a NIEM Subset Schema ......

Today I discovered the some configuration impacts from my choice to return the XML document as a string property. Because I am using a string property to return the XML generated by my service (see yesterday's post) I had to adjust three properties in the service and client configuration. MaxBufferSize property - (From MSDN) Gets or sets the maximum ......

In the new paradigm of contract first designs for services a lot of it revolves around exposing a contract that defines the operations and messages for a service. In terms of Web Services (or WCF exposed via a web service) this also means exposing the schemas via the WSDL so that consumers know the inputs and outputs for that service and its methods. ......

The subtitle of this blog started out as gluing it all together. I quickly realized that when thinking in terms of a loosely coupled environment glue isn't necessarily the best tool in your tool box. I will try to post a little more in depth follow up to Querying a NIEM XML Document With LINQ as soon as I can. After some review I realized just how reusable ......

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