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WCF Service Hosted in Web Farm or Multi-Homed Scenario

If a WCF Service is deployed in a load balanced environment and hosted on multiple Web Servers under IIS, which is accessed on a public domain, WCF WSDL document refers to a the responding machine name which is generally inaccessible on a public domain. So what you should be doing to make it right? [More]

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server

Recently came across some issues while upgrading from Windows Server Domain Change with same TFS. Before that I had another issue from Visual Source Safe (VSS) 2005 to Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (VSTFS) 2010. Found some workarounds and limitations. I am assuming you are using Visual Studio 2010 or 2012 [More]

Convert Number or Money in Words

Many times we come across the situation of converting a number spelled into words or a monetary value spelled into dollars & cents (or equivalent currency). I found the following code over internet and changed to fit my need (as we all do) and generalized in such a way that it can be used for either just convert a number to words or monetary value to words. You can add different country code if needed. [More]

Implementing WCF Service Part 6 – Using Fault @ Client

Ok, so you have developed a nice WCF Service with proper implementation of custom fault exception handling, now you want to call this service in a web application or other client application and catch the fault exception in your client code. For simplicity I am using a web page, the following code is self explanatory. [More]