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Creating and Consuming WCF Web Service in ASP.NET


Creating and Consuming WCF Web Service in ASP.NET
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This tutorial explains how to create and consume a WCF service in ASP.NET.

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Rashmi Jayakumar is .Net Lead has 8 years of IT Industry experience and 8 years of relevant experience. Her current location is Bangalore, India and She is willing to relocate anywhere in USA. Her area of expertise are WCF, Web API’s, Web services, APIGEE, REST/SOAP API’s. She has Valid H1B visa till 2017. She is available with in 4 week. If interested please E-mail her at rashmigjayakumar@gmail.com

How to consume Service Layer oData services from .NET via WCF


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In this blog I’ll like to show you how to consume SAP Business One Service Layer oData sevices from a .NET application via WCF.

SAP Business One Service Layer is a new generation of extension API for consuming SAP Business One data and services. It builds on core protocols such as HTTP and OData, and provides a uniform way to expose full-featured business objects on top of a highly scalable and high-availability Web server. Currently, Service Layer supports OData version3, version 4, and a few selected OData client libraries, for example, WCF for .Net developers; data.js for JavaScript developers.

ASP.NET MVC 5: Using a Simple Repository Pattern for Performing Database Operations


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Abstract: The Repository pattern decouples your ASP.NET MVC application and shields it from changes by creating a boundary between your data access code and the other parts of your application.

Recently a client of mine asked for a solution to isolate the direct dependency of the Data Access Layer with the rest of the layers of the application. In this article we will discuss one of the concepts I suggested to him for an ASP.NET MVC application.

Typically in multi-layer applications, the business logic or Domain logic retrieves data from various sources, e.g. Database, Web/WCF services, etc. In this type of direct access, the business logic is tightly coupled with the data access code which may result in code maintenance issues; because if the Database or Service changes, then the dependency code also needs to be changed. So the point here is that how to minimize this maintenance effort?

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Debajit Bora is Senior .Net Technical Consultant  has 13 years of IT Industry experience and 13 years of relevant experience. His current location is Assam, India and He is willing to relocate anywhere in Singapore, US, UK. His area of expertise are .NET,Webservices,WCF,SQL Server. He is looking out for Work Sponsorship and he is available with in 2 Months of time. If interested please E-mail him at debajit244@gmail.com

How to consume SQL Spatial Data with Web API V2.2 for OData V4


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Today, along with the increasing demands of Location-Based Services (LBS), it becomes more and more important to provide functionalities on SQL Spatial Data through a unique, robust and scalable service based on a standard protocol.

This post is intended to give a tutorial about how to consume the SQL Spatial Data through EF & Web API V2.2 for OData V4. The method in this blog is similar to the method in How to use SQL Spatial Data with WCF ODATA Spatial, but the latter is based on WCF Data service. However, for more information about how to create a simple OData V4 service based on Web API, please refer to Create an OData v4 Endpoint Using ASP.NET Web API 2.2.

Ok, let’s get started.

Using D3.js and ASP.NET Web API to design Pie Chart and Donut Chart


D3.js stands for Data-Driven Document. It is a JavaScript library using which we can manipulate documents based on data. The data can be fetched using multiple ways like Web Services, WCF Services, REST APIs or the relatively new Microsoft ASP.NET Web API amongst many others. Using D3, you can bind the data to the Document Object Model (DOM) and present that data with rich visualizations. D3 internally makes use of CSS, HTML and SVG capabilities to make your data presentable. It is powerful, fast and supports large datasets and dynamic behaviors for interactions and powerful and smooth animations. Original Post>>