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    • Wcf Compression using Csla 3.0.4

      I've been scanning through the forums reading post regarding Wcf compression and all that I seem to find is compression related to Silverlight. Has anyone successfully implemented Wcf compression in a non-Silverlight application? We are currently using remoting with compression and I would like to...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by JohnB on Mon, Oct 24 2011
    • WCF size limits for tcp vs http bindings

      In this previous thread , Rocky mentioned that "the size limits are just as real with the WCF tcp bindings as the http bindings. The specific settings and configuration may be different, but the limits are still there." I'm just wondering why I haven't run into the limits using the...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Tim on Mon, Sep 26 2011
    • CSLA.NET Silverlight Fetch Same Amount Data with WCF vs. CSLA Portal

      I am working on improving the performance of our web hosted silverlight application. This is the application written in CSLA.NET for Silverlight. End user will access the website through internet, so we are trying to reduce the size of the message transferring between Silverlight client and Web Site...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by chenlu on Sat, Mar 19 2011
    • Csla with Wcf Compression on remote host fails

      Hello, I followed the instructions in the F.A.Q. about setting up compression. I am using Siverlight 4, Csla 4.0.0 and .net 4 in Visual Studio 2010. When using localhost everything works and compress/decompress is fine. I am using the cSharpZipLib as stated in the F.A.Q. as well. When I move this to...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Savij on Wed, Nov 10 2010
    • Re: CSLA Light - Adding JIT object compression to WCF calls

      I'm not sure how its licensing compares but have a look at DotNetZip library We were a bit frustrated with SharpZipLib (assembly size for download to the Silverlight client, and incompatibility with .NET compression, and a few others). After some looking around found DotNetZip library - we adapted...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Jaans on Thu, Sep 30 2010
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