Building a WCF architecture using OpenAccess

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    RadControls version

    .NET version 3.5 SP1
    Visual Studio version

    programming language

    browser support

    all browsers supported by RadControls

    This project aims to present a possible way of using OpenAccess in conjunction with WCF. It also sets up a general structure to be used for WCF projects using OpenAccess

    It will evolve over time with enhancements building on the same structure presented in this first release.

    The project is accompanied by blogposts on my own blog., which describes what is going on in depth. The parts so far are:

    1. Setting the scene
    2. Handling the scope
    3. Using a base class for identity and version

    To use the project you will need OpenAccess. I used build number 2009.2.701.5 for the attached project. You might need to update references if you have the Q3.

    The project has two solutions: The WCFOpenAccess.sln which is the server side stuff (including self hosting of WCF services) and the WindowsFormsText.sln which is a simple test client using the WCF services on the server side.

    Some knowledge on WCF and .NET development in general is needed.

    Hope you will enjoy it.

    Comments, suggestions... are welcome..
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