WebServices Reliable Messaging

A customer of mine asked me to build a POC of using WS-RM with CXF, C# and Oracle Service Bus. Against my better judgement – I said yes. I know it doesn’t work – but I’m always up to the challenge.

Turns out documentation is shitty at best. Vendors provide a one-page demo, using messaging infra or embedded HTTP servers – no web containers or web servers.
So – I have decided to start with .net and CXF and leave the OSB for later.
The pain is installing VS2010 Beta 2 over my machine which had VS2010 Beta 1 – a version that was deleted a couple of month ago.
You can’t install VS2010B2 on a B1 computer – you must do a reinstall of B1, then uninstall it, then install B2.
Bloody nightmare.

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  1. We are ICT company based in Novi Sad, Serbia. I found your company and your contact looking for possible partners on LinkedIN.
    We are interested in providing services to companies that need development and application maintenance. Our team is very experienced in many technologies but also in outsourcing. We have several models for cooperation. PPS (pay per seat), PPP (pay per project) and PPH (pay per hour), are models for economic relationship with our company, but also we have a possibilities to do a offshore or onsite/offshore model or onsite model for project development.
    We work (senior experience) with – Java technologies: JavaSE (ver 6): – POJO, JDBC, Swing, network, client/server, data patterns; JavaEE (ver 5 i 6): -EJB (ver 3.1), JPA (ver 2.0), JMS (ver 1.1), Java EE Connector Architecture (ver 1.6), JSP (ver 2.2), Servlet (3.0); JavaWebServices: – JAX-WS (ver 2.2), JAXB (ver 2.2); Java environment: Glassfish (2.1 and 3.0) & JBoss (5.0) Application Servers; Tomcat JSP/servlet container…and we also are working in .NET Technologies (C#) – .NET 3.5, WPF – Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Forms, WCF – Windows Communication Foundation – Web Services, Entity Framework; Unmanaged Technologies (C++) – COM Technologies (Component Object Model) – COM+, DCOM, ActiveX, DirectShow, WMV9 (Windows Media Video 9 Series) Technologies – Windows Media Format 11; Database Engines – MS SQL Server 2008, MS SQL Compact Server 3.5 and with codecs (VC1 and H264 codecs).
    If you are interested in finding us a potential client we would like to have a long term cooperation with your company. We done a lot of offshoring with US companies in last period. And also I can send you recommendation letters from our partners from Serbia and US. All developers are using English both written and spoken.
    Hope to hear from you soon.


    Dorijan Petric,
    CEO

    ADRUM Group
    Dusana Danilovica 2,
    21000 Novi Sad, Serbia, Europe
    c: (381) 65-367-4526
    c: (381) 63-562-575 f: (381) 21-496-565
    dorijan.petric@adrumgroup.com http://www.adrumgroup.com
    skype: dorijan.petric

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