Monthly Archives: april 2014

14 04, 2014

Dynamic web service routing in Neuron ESB

By |2016-11-26T13:18:41+00:00april 14th, 2014|Integration, Neuron ESB|0 Comments

When you are developing ESB solutions, you very often need to perform som sort of dynamic service routing. In this case we had 10 applications, SharePoint, BizTalk, xRm, .net and custom legacy applications, all calling each other. In total approximatly 160 web services and each application needed a more or less complete list of all [...]

14 04, 2014

Dynamically generating a WCF proxy without using a .config file

By |2015-02-02T10:14:25+00:00april 14th, 2014|.Net|0 Comments

Recently we had to create a WCF proxy with a common datamodel and serviceinterface, which had to be hosted in several applications (SharePoint, custom .Net services, xRm etc.). To avoid messing around with various .config-files, we chose to create the WCF-proxy and configuration in code. And all contained in a single project/DLL. This might come [...]