One of the requested features for the Web Client Software Factory has been the possibility to register global services through the Web.Config file. By registering the services through configuration there is no need to rebuild any module when you want to switch the concrete implementation of a service.

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In this post I will try to sketch an explanation about different ways of registering and retrieving services in SCSF / CAB.

 SCSF Services

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“The purpose of this project is to build some insightful and practical guidance around doing performance testing and using Visual Studio 2005. It’s a collaborative effort between industry experts, Microsoft ACE, patterns & practices, Premier, and VSTS team members.

Usage Scenarios

  • Improve efficiency and effectiveness of your performance testing
  • Learn expert techniques performance testing
  • Apply expert techniques for performance testing using Visual Studio.NET 2005 “

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Also you can read the post from J.D. Meier (Program Manager in Patterns & Practices Group)

A summary:

The Web Service Software Factory (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of tools, patterns, source code and prescriptive guidance. It is designed to help you quickly and consistently construct Web services that adhere to well known architecture and design patterns.

If you are an architect or developer responsible for building service-based applications, the patterns & practices team would like to invite you to learn how the Service Factory can help your future service development activities. The Service Factory provides guidance that addresses many of the challenges associated with building ASP.NET (ASMX) and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web services and the components of a distributed application.

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“patterns & practices Guidance Explorer is a tool that enables discovery, composition and consumption of high quality development guidance. Guidance Explorer installs with a connection to the patterns & practices guidance library including performance and security topics for .NET, ASP.NET, and ADO.NET applications. The guidance library contains a variety of guidance types including checklists and guidelines covering design, implementation and deployment topics.”

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“CodePlex is Microsoft’s community development web site. You can use CodePlex to create new projects to share with your fellow developers around the world, join others who have already started their projects, or use the applications on this site and provide feedback.”

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Check out Tom Hollander’s post about the Enterprise Library Plan.

patterns & practices: Enterprise Library