May 062015

I usually use Microsoft Unity as the IoC container as I am quite familiar with it and I like the way it can be configured, however in my new projects I started using Ninject as it seems a stable product and the community around it is quite active. As I am building a new WCF based SOAP services, I needed a way to configure the dependency [… read more]

Jan 172013

When exposing a WCF service and hosting it on IIS6, most probably you are going to get the error shown in the image below, where the address of the WSDL location is not properly exposed to the end clients. This post is specifically concentrating to the solution of the problem in case the HTTPS protocol is used, as it has it’s own specific problems. As [… read more]

REST Web Services with Unity.WCF

 Posted by on November 3, 2012
Nov 032012

Microsoft WCF framework is the Microsoft (de-facto) platform for developing SOAP Web Services. Even though in the latest .NET 4 version there are many improvements like: simplified configuration and better support for REST web services type, personally I have a love-hate relationship with it because I believe that is not the easiest platform to work on, especially when it comes to the configuration. Dependency Injection [… read more]