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Affiliate marketing is the process by which an affiliate earns a commission for marketing another persons or companys products. The affiliate simply searches for a product they enjoy, then promotes that product and earns a piece of the profit from each sale they make. The sales are tracked via affiliate links from one website to another.
A WCF service developer may encounter some unforeseen errors which require reporting to the client in a suitable manner. Such errors, known as exceptions, are normally handled by using try/catch blocks, but again, this is very technology specific.
A WCF service boasts of a robust security system with two security modes or levels so that only an intended client can access the services. The security threats that are common in a distributed transaction are moderated to a large extent by WCF.
WCF RIA Service is a higher-level framework and a new component of frameworks like .NET 4 and Silverlight 4 that eases the procedure of building a complex business application in Silverlight by offering client-side validation. RIA stands for Rich Internet Applications.
A transaction in WCF is a set of operations that follow some properties, collectively known as ACID. Here, if a single operation fails, the entire system fails automatically. When an order is placed online, a transaction takes place. The following example can be helpful to understand the process of transaction in simpler terms.
The set of techniques employed by WCF for binding a set of messages (client requests) to service instances is known as Instance Management. WCF supports three types of instance activation and they are discussed in this chapter.
WCF service binding is a set of several elements in which each element defines the way the service is communicating with the client. A transport element and a message encoding element are the two most vital components of each binding. In this chapter, we will discuss various WCF service bindings that are commonly used.
WCF services allow other applications to access or consume them. A WCF service can be consumed by many ways depending on the hosting type. Here, we are explaining the step-by-step method to consume a WCF service for each of the following popular hosting options −
Hosting a WCF service in IIS (Internet Information Services) is a step-by-step process. IIS Hosting is illustrated below in detail with the desired coding as well as screenshots to understand the process.
Creating a WCF service is a simple task using Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. Given below is the step-by-step method for creating a WCF service along with all the requisite coding, to understand the concept in a better way.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a platform or a framework for creating and distributing connected applications. Built on top of the 2.0 .NET Framework CLR, the WCF is a set of classes that allows developers to build service-oriented applications.
For developing a WCF service application, there are mainly two tools – Microsoft Visual Studio and CodePlex. Microsoft Visual Studio is a complete package of development tools, necessary for developing a large number of diverse applications like ASP.NET web applications, desktop applications, mobile applications, and many more.
WCF is used to create a distributed and interoperable Applications. It provides a framework which is used for building service-oriented-connected applications for the transmission of the data as an asynchronous, from one service-point to other service-point. Previously known as Indigo and is a framework for building, configuring, and deploying network-distributed services.
WCF (Windows Communication Foundation): WCF, as the name suggests, is a unified .NET framework that is used to develop service-oriented applications. It allows you to develop applications that can communicate using different communication mechanisms.
WCF stands for Windows Communication Foundation. It is basically used to create a distributed and interoperable Application. WCF Applications came into the picture in .Net 3.0 Framework. This is a framework, which is used for creating Service oriented Applications. You can send the data asynchronously from one end point to another. I think you all know about Web Service and are thinking, if we alwatchy have Web Services and accessing on a remote basis then why did WCF come into picture?
.NET Core command-line interface (CLI) is a new cross-platform tool for creating, restoring packages, building, running and publishing . NET applications. We created our first ASP.NET Core application using Visual Studio in the previous chapter.
The Developer Exception Page middleware provides developer-friendly error messages when an exception is thrown in the application. This information helps you to trace the errors that occur when the application is running in the Development environment.
To serve static files from an ASP.NET Core app, you must configure static files middleware. With static files middleware configured, an ASP.NET Core app will serve all files located in a certain folder (typically /wwwroot)
The ASP.NET Core request pipeline consists of a sequence of request delegates, called one after the other. The following diagram demonstrates the concept. The thwatch of execution follows the black arrows. Each delegate can perform operations before and after the next delegate
Middleware in ASP.NET Core controls how our application responds to HTTP requests. It can also control how our application looks when there is an error, and it is a key piece in how we authenticate and authorize a user to perform specific actions.
The appsettings. json file is an application configuration file used to store configuration settings such as database connections strings, any application scope global variables, etc. If you open the ASP.NET Core appsettings.
The Startup class configures your applications services and defines the middleware pipeline. Generally speaking, the Program class is where you configure your applications infrastructure, such as the HTTP server, integration with IIS, and configuration sources.
The launchSettings. json file is used to store the configuration information, which describes how to start the ASP.NET Core application, using Visual Studio. The file is used only during the development of the application using Visual Studio. It contains only those settings that required to run the application.
In InProcess hosting model, the ASP.NET Core application is hosted inside of the IIS Worker Process i.e. w3wp.exe. In OutOfProcess hosting model, Web Requests are forwarded to the ASP.NET Core app running on the Kestrel Server.
In this Video, I am going to discuss the most frequently asked SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers. As part of this Video, we are going to discuss the following 60 SQL Server Interview Questions with answers.
In this Video, I am going to discuss the most frequently asked ASP.NET Web API Interview Questions and Answers. In the next Video, I am going to discuss the Experienced ASP.NET Web API Interview questions and answers. Let start the ASP.NET Web API Interview Questions and Answers discussion with the most basic question that asked in almost all interviews i.e. What is ASP.NET Web API.
In this Video, I am going to discuss the most frequently asked 50 ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions with answers. I am sure at the end of this Video, you will be in a better position to answer most of the ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions. As part of this Video, we are going to discuss the following ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions and Answers.
The REST API is implemented as Data-centric web service based on the Open Data Protocol or OData. The way these web services work, use each resource in the system is addressable by a specific URL that you pass off to the server.
we will take a look at the Client Object Model or CSOM. This was one of the two APIs, for building remote applications that were added to SharePoint 2010.
One of the design goals of the Client Object Model was to mimic the Server Object Model as much as possible, so there would be a shorter learning curve for developers alwatchy familiar with doing development on the Server side.
we will take a look at the SharePoint Server Object Model. You use the SharePoint Server Object Model when you are writing code that will run inside the context of SharePoint. Some common examples would be the code-behind in a page or a web part, event handlers behind a feature or a list, timer jobs etc.
we will be covering one of the most common tasks of SharePoint i.e. interacting with the various data sources such as lists or document libraries. A great thing about SharePoint is that you have a number of options available for interacting with data. Some examples are Server Object Model, Client-Side Object Model, REST services etc.
we will be covering the Site Columns. So far, we have been defining the list and library schemas on the lists and libraries themselves, but these are not reusable. Therefore, if you want to have two lists with the same schema, we would have to define the same schema twice. SharePoint has a solution for this, which is Site Columns and Content Types.
Web Parts are small blocks of user interface, which you can compose together to build a page or a site. For example, A News Web Part, an Email Web Part, a Stock Web Part, sports scores, YouTube videos. These are all examples of little pieces of user interface, which you can compose together to get an aggregate view in, a portal style application.
SharePoint provides a lot of functionality for lists. It provides storage for the list data, the ability to customize the list schema, and the ability to view, add, edit, and delete list items etc. There are a lot more functionality available like creating views on list data, simple validation at both the field and list level, content approval, item versioning etc.
we will discuss from an end-user perspective mostly, covering Lists and some of the value-added features on top of lists like views, validation etc. When the end users create content within SharePoint, it is stored in the form of lists.
we will be covering the integration options. The new application model in SharePoint 2013 offers a number of options for your application to integrate deeply with SharePoint, other systems, and data. These options are as follows −