Introduction In my last article I covered how to get JQuery to call a WCF method. This included the passing of arguments and the handling of any return values. In this, the second part, I will cover the final piece of the JQuery / WCF communication jigsaw, the throwing and handling of faults.
by Rick Strahl http://www.west-wind.com/ Last Updated: 03/7/2002 (updated for .NET Release) Part 2: Passing data over .NET Web Services: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/dotnetwebservices/DotNetWebServicesData.asp Source code for this article: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/dotnetwebservices/dotnetwebservices.zip Over the last few months I've spent a lot of time talking about XML and Web Services and how you can build and consume them. This time we'll look at the new features in Visual Studio.NET and ASP.NET that provide a very easy mechanism for creating Web Services and more importantly the easy mechanism used to consume those same Web Services using the .NET framework's built in support for Web Services. Web Services promise to bring information into your applications from the Internet in much the same way that browers have made information available to end users.
by http://www.west-wind.com/ Updated: 12/7/2001 Code for this article: http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/dotnetwebservices/dotnetwebservices.zip Web Services are powerful technology even in its basic form. However, with .Net you can easily couple them with .Net's new data services to provide a powerful data delivery mechanism that works over the Web making it possible to build distributed applications that work easily without a local data store. In this article Rick describes various ways how you can use Web Services and ADO.Net DataSets to pass data between client and server applications to build truly disconnected apps. Web Services are without a doubt the most talked about topic in .Net. I've introduced you to the basics of Web Services along with a number of new concepts of how you can pass different kinds of data over the wire a couple of issues ago .
In this post I will explain how to build a Windows Service application which (for debug purposes) could also be started as a Windows Console application using the .NET Framework 2.0 or higher. The source code of the application can be downloaded here . During the course of this article we will construct a small application which will leave a message in the Windows Event Log every minute.
Contents Introduction State machines have always fascinated me. There is a clockwork precision to their inner workings that appeals to me on an aesthetic level. They are also an invaluable programming tool.
Contents Introduction This is the second part in a series of articles about my .NET state machine toolkit. In this part, we will take a look at its more advanced features.
Contents Introduction This is the third and final part in my series of articles about my .NET State Machine Toolkit. In Part I , I introduced the classes that make up the toolkit and demonstrated how to create a simple, flat state machine. In Part II , I discussed some of the advanced features of the toolkit and demonstrated how to create a hierarchical state machine.