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The file we re going to start working with is AssocForm.aspx; go ahead and open it in Code view. Take 30 seconds and scroll through the contents of the template. It s all pretty standard ASP.NET nothing to be worried about. There are three places within this template where we need to add some code. I ve conveniently labeled them Step 1 through Step 3 so we can stay on track. Step 1 is located near the top of the file. Delete the placeholder text, Step 1: Assembly Strong Name, from the Name attribute and paste in its place the fully qualified strong name for your assembly. This is why we compiled before doing anything else the strong name is available to us. If you need help determining the strong name, see the sidebar What s in a (Strong) Name in 6.
CHAPTER 9 STATEMENTS
CHAPTER 4 WINDOWS AZURE APPLICATION INTEGRATION USING WCF
Windows Workflow provides the following functionality out of the box: A visual method of constructing your applications similar to our flowchart in Figure 6-1. This visual approach is more intuitive, can be easier to debug , is easier to unit test with changes in this release (a controversial idea, but discussed in the following sections), and can be understood by non-technical users. Of course developing an application entirely in code has its advantages as well it is generally easier to test, and developers won t have to learn new ways of writing applications. More efficient use of server resources. Non-active workflows sleep and are rehydrated when needed. Coordination and synchronization. Workflows that make calls to external services may take weeks to receive a reply. By using correlation, we can ensure returned calls are automatically directed to the correct instance of a work flow that can then wake up and resume its work Workflow state can be persisted even during system down time and resumed automatically. Ability to host the workflow designer within your applications for customization and configuration by end users. Rich debugging and monitoring support. A common framework for workflow development on the Windows platform. WF is already utilized in flagship products such as Microsoft Sharepoint and Dynamics (note these use WF3 at time of writing). You can even host your workflows in Microsofts cloud computing platform Windows Azure (at the time of writing this is not available, but should be in the future). WF can assist you with versioning and updating issues (although for the forseeable future this is never going to be that easy).
Figure 5-11. Start certmgr.msc Windows snap-in certificate management tool Figure 5-12 shows the results after the certificate has been installed successfully. Follow the arrow to get the detailed information of the Thumbprint and copy the data to the <behavior> section of the Service project configuration file App.config as shown in the boldface lines in Listing 5-12.
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