In my previous post, I outlined an issue that I had with Castle Windsor for configuring multiple chains of responsibility. I want to have different ProcessConsumer classes that ...Read more ...
A couple of months ago, I applied the Chain of Responsibility pattern for the very first time. I've never encountered a scenario before where applying this pattern would be a va...Read more ...
As you might have noticed from my previous post, I'm having a look at some of the stuff on my ever growing cool-tools-and-technologies-I-have-to-grock list. The next one that wa...Read more ...
Integrating Castle Windsor and NHibernate with WCF - Throwing the WCF facility and some Rhino Tools in the mixJuly 14, 2008
A while ago, I wrote this post about how to integrate Castle Windsor and NHibernate with WCF. Last weekend, I used the WCF integration facility of Castle Windsor to accomplish p...Read more ...
Up until now, we were using the NHibernate facility of Castle Windsor for managing our NHibernate sessions in WCF. But, we want to have a session-per-request approach as one wou...Read more ...
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