Uninstalling Windows Server AppFabric Beta1 after VS 10 Beta2/.Net Framework 4 Beta2 has been uninstalled or post VS 10 RC install

When VS 10 RC/.Net Framework 4 RC is installed, the previous version of VS 10 Beta2/.Net Framework 4 Beta2 is uninstalled. If you have Windows Server AppFabric Beta1 installed (Shows up as “Application Server Extensions for .NET4” on the machine that it has been installed), ideally you would uninstall AppFabric Beta1 before uninstalling VS 10…

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Troubleshooting Applications using Windows Server AppFabric

In our previous post, we discussed the topic of Monitoring Applications using Windows Server AppFabric. In this post, we will show how to use the same tools in more advanced ways to troubleshoot problems in your applications. Introduction The previous post introduced the AppFabric Dashboard (pictured below). As you can see, it does a good…

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Monitoring Applications using Windows Server AppFabric

This post aims to provide you with an introduction into monitoring the health and activity of your WCF- and WF-based applications with Windows Server AppFabric. More specifically, the post will outline the AppFabric tooling features that are built into IIS Manager as well as outline some basic strategies in using these features to monitor your…

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Application Configuration in Windows Server AppFabric

Goal: Configuration of WCF 3.5 services can be challenging and .NET 4 introduces additional configuration settings for WF services and new WCF features. Today, there are several options available to edit configuration: svcConfigEditor.exe, Visual Studio, and Notepad. All of these tools provide a basic, but complete experience that enables you to edit the entire set…

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