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CM's Blog – October 2009 Archive (4)

Single point of failure..

....Grrr..... I have been hearing this one since I did EJB and CORBA... and then BizTalk...and I still hear it with Neuron..

The fact is for whatever reason the notion of an intermediary raises some folks hackles....Usually it's ops folks but occasionally you get the point to point developer or super framework guy who only trusts their code..

I'm not sure why it's such a hard concept to accept an intermediary for some folks...Ask an ops guy if instead of using routers,… Continue

Added by CM on October 29, 2009 at 9:52am — No Comments

How can you log? Let me count the ways...

Sometimes when talking to people about Neuron for the first time or after their first few days using the product I'll get asked "Do you have logging?"...

Sheesh.. do we ever... First, there is the Trace Level setting you access in Neuron Explorer by using the Configure Server.. Set that to the level desired and restart the service. If you make it verbose you will get lots and lots of info including message bodies. This log level will create a new directory under logs each time the… Continue

Added by CM on October 19, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Once Again Loose Typing Saves the Day

I'm currently in the middle of something with insane deadlines, many vendors and constant changes to those vendors services. Yet, the Neudesic Services team I'm working with is keeping up with those changes as they come in even though they have to accomodate all of those changes as soon as they occur.

Why? because every change made is just naturally handled by Neuron's typeless endpoints, pub sub capabilities and a code step that alters the Topic based on SOAP Action.

If… Continue

Added by CM on October 7, 2009 at 5:50pm — No Comments

Do you really need that bool?

A lot of times I'll see this pattern in web services calls bool DoSomething(SomeObject foo). Usually, when I dig in there's not any actual code that returns false...If an exception is thrown then it never gets to "return true".

Other times they will switch the return value to void but still refuse to mark the contract as one way.

What's at the root of these behaviors? Distrust. Basically, there is a complete distrust of asynchorous operations and… Continue

Added by CM on October 1, 2009 at 9:58am — No Comments

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