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Hooking into AppInitialize with WCF service


Hooking into AppInitialize with WCF service

By : Kapil Korpal
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
I hope this helps . I'm having issues with my WCF service. I need to do a windsor container injection pre application_start and noticed I can use the AppInitialise method. It works on visual studio debug but when I deploy to IIS the code does not get fired.. I initialized the class as follows , Well, you need to be aware of several things:
code :


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When AppInitialize method get invoked in ASP.NET?

When AppInitialize method get invoked in ASP.NET?


By : prabhu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do While there is precious little documentation about the AppInitialize() method, you are correct in your assumption that any class in your App_Code folder that contains a method signature like this:
code :
public static void AppInitialize()
public class SomeClassOne
{
    public static void AppInitialize()
    {
        HostingEnvironment.Cache["InitializationTimeOne"] = DateTime.Now;
    } 
}
public class SomeClassOne
{
    public static void AppInitialize()
    {
        HostingEnvironment.Cache["InitializationTimeOne"] = DateTime.Now;
    } 
}

public class SomeClassTwo
{
    public static void AppInitialize()
    {
        HostingEnvironment.Cache["InitializationTimeTwo"] = DateTime.Now;
    } 
}
Hooking into 3rd Party Web Service (WCF) calls

Hooking into 3rd Party Web Service (WCF) calls


By : user5927730
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help You can configure the web service to use a custom operation invoker, an IOperationInvoker.
WCF deserializes the original HTTP request as always, but instead of calling Beep() on the existing web service class, it will call your invoker instead. The invoker does its special thing, and then calls Beep() on the original service.
Hooking wcf service creation

Hooking wcf service creation


By : Dmitry Dmitriev
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Ok, what I ended up doing was to make a singleton ServiceGlue object as an intermediary instead of making my helper class a singleton.
The service and the helper both self register with an intermediary that is a singleton and the singleton passes the instances back and forth.
code :
public class ServiceGlue
{
    private static ServiceGlue instance = null;
    public static ServiceGlue Instance
    {
        get
        {
            if (instance == null)
                instance = new ServiceGlue();
             return instance;
         }
     }

    public Helper helper { get; set; }
}


[ServiceContract]    
public interface IMyService
{
    [OperationContract(IsOneWay = true)]
    void DoSomethingCool();
}

[ServiceBehavior(InstanceContextMode = InstanceContextMode.Single, ConcurrencyMode =     ConcurrencyMode.Multiple)]
class MyService : IMyService 
{
    private IHelper helper;
    public MyService()
    {
       // use an intermidiary singleton to join the objects
       helper = ServiceGlue.Instance.Helper();
    }

    void DoSomethingCool()
    {
       // How do I pass an instance of helper to MyService so I can use it here???
       helper.HelperMethod();
    }
}
Laravel: Hooking up a service

Laravel: Hooking up a service


By : Alaa Habib
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . So I've implemented a service structure that a stackoverflow user suggested to me in this post. I've got it mostly working but I'm running into the error: , According to your directory structure:
code :
app
|   App
|   |   Services
|   |   |   Mailer
|   |   |   |   Mailer.php
|   |   |   |   MailerFacade.php
|   |   |   |   MailerServiceProvider.php
<?php namespace App\Services\Mailer; 

class Mailer {}
<?php namespace App\Services\Mailer; 

class MailerServiceProvider {}
<?php namespace App\Services\Mailer; 

class MailerFacade {}
"autoload": {
    "psr-4": {
        "App\\": "app/App"
    },
},
app
|   App
|   |   Services
|   |   |   Mailer
|   |   |   ├── Facades
|   |   |   |   └── Facade.php
|   |   |   |   Mailer.php
|   |   |   |   MailerServiceProvider.php
return new App\Services\Greetings\Greetings;
return new Greetings;
use App\Services\Greetings\Greetings;
Hooking into an event raised by my window service

Hooking into an event raised by my window service


By : Stan Ellis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times The simplest way would be to create a WCF endpoint in the service. Your applications would connect to that and then use a normal event delegate for information handling from the service.
This also will allow multiple clients and also remote clients, if necessary
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