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endpoint.tv - Meet SO-Aware (Part 2)

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SO-Aware is an exciting new tool you can use with your WCF Services. This is not just another UDDI registry. Rather, this is a tool that works for SOAP, REST, and OData services and...you just have to see it in action.

    Tellago Studios SO-Aware
    endpoint.tv - Meet SO-Aware (Part 1)

Ron Jacobs
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  • I've tried the SO-Aware.

    Seems it works Smiley Thanks guys!

    One thing I would really see, it is a "SO-Aware without SQL support". Why don't use config file(s) to the repository, if it is not huge (real world scenario)? Lots of scenarios where using SQL is not appropriate for performance reasons, complexity in installation, support.


    Leonid Ganeline   [BizTalk MVP]

  • Thanks for your feedback Leonid.

    We depend on SQL for many things including the default binding and behavior configuration, the monitoring tables, etc. It's hard to conceive SO-Aware without a SQL backend. 

    BTW you might want to check out the SO-Aware BizTalk ESB resolver Wink



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