Posts Tagged ‘WCF’

System.ServiceModel Error 131074

Here is a solution for wcf error :
System.ServiceModel Error: 131074
System.ServiceModel.ServiceActivationException
The service … cannot be activated due to an exception during compilation
Could not load file or assembly ‘App_Web_kr3elyyb, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null’ or one of its dependencies.
This error is observed both in VS2008 and VS2010.
Solution is : adding bacth= false attribute to your web.config compilation node
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ExtJS and ASP.NET part 7 – Data store and wcf

Well in part 2 of this series, I demonstrated how to make direct ajax calls to wcf service from Extjs, knowing that is not enough to kick the whole extjs ball off yet, as the most attractive aspect of extjs is its colourful ui controls, these controls do not normally use ajax data directly, but through data store to handle the tedious work of data parsing and binding. Read the rest of this entry »

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ExtJS and ASP.NET part 4 -Generic Progress Bar Control

Very often that server is asked to do a long running procedure, it poses a challenge to both scenarios as ASP.Net post back and even ajax call . It is possible that the synchronous call to server timed out the postback, to an ajax request, the call back is also possible timedout if it is not made in a short period of time. Read the rest of this entry »

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ExtJS and ASP.Net Part 2 – WCF Communication

In ExtJS and ASP.NET Part 1- Setup I talked about how to set up extjs in asp.net.

Now it is time to get our hands dirty to actually do something with extjs in our asp.net project. The first thing I would have been interested in is how extjs can talk to server. It was a bit of struggle for me in the early days due to the fact that most of the examples and documents about server communication of extjs are in php. Here I would like to share with you all the tricks I have learned from my experience.
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