Basic Request Response WCF service Reason behind a request – response service in WCF Evolving Request Response service to separate contract and business logic I described in the last post of the series the structure behind the Request/Reponse service based on MEF, now it is time to explain how to make MEF and WCF happily [...]

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Example can be downloaded here. I previously described a scenario where the customer needs a really basic Request Response service in WCF, the goal is being able to take advantage of a request / response structure, but with an approach like: “the simpliest thing that could possibly works”. This technique is usually needed to introduce [...]

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I dealt with a minimal implementation of a basic Request Response WCF Service some times ago, now it is time to show some advantages you have using this approach. If the caller is created in .NET technology, you can directly reference the dll that contains all Requests and responses, without the need to create a [...]

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The concept of Request-Response service is to have an endpoint with a single function capable to handle a command (a Request) and return a Response, to have a single entry point of our service. There are a lot of architectures around the web based on WCF and this pattern and this old series of post [...]

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In an old post I dealt with a possible implementation of a BaseEntity class that stores all properties in a State object (based on a dictionary to store properties). Technically speaking, this solution have no drawbacks respect using field variables to store properties values, but it can give a lot of benefit. If you see [...]

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