Adventures in Next-Hop Routing (part 1 of n)

Posted by: Brain.Save(), on 04 Jun 2004 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Ive been playing around a bit with the routing samples included with WSE2. Since WS-Routing has now been subsumed by WS-Addressing, I wanted to see what the changes were to the routing story in WSE2. If youre interested in doing the same thing, the best place to start is to look at the Routing sample that ships with WSE2. This sample is pretty good if youre only interested in routing to HTTP endpoints. Routing to non-HTTP transports does not seem...

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