January 2012 Release

Last edited Feb 1, 2012 at 11:24 AM by RaviM, version 1

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iadegesso Mar 29, 2012 at 10:42 AM 
Is there a way to get Async RetrieveDocumentSet results in my C# code? In the DB the response is correctly stored, but I didn't find a way to get it in the code... any help/idea?

iadegesso Mar 27, 2012 at 1:54 PM 
When I tryed to compile the Async version, to get a copy that builds I need to set DataAccess project in AsyncDataAccess to be targetted for .NET Framework 3.5 instead of .NET Framework 4.0, because VisualStudio returned me a BadImageFormatException when it tryed to load the dll in IHEAsync project... but DataAccess project in AsyncDataAccess, if builded as standalone dll, build successfully also if it was targetted for .NET Framework 4.0...

iadegesso Mar 27, 2012 at 1:32 PM 
Please provide some examples/test applications for testing the Async version...

Please give a better structuring to the Asynch-related projects/solutions

PlexCode13 Mar 16, 2012 at 12:41 PM 
Check documentation for setting tls or not, description will get you on your way. Configure your ports with netsh for tls and certificates. Start fiddeling with configs when you know what everything does or just follow the documentation! if not running local you should make FW exceptions indeed. And check config of your testclient, mostly these errors occur with bad config settings(client&server). This should be in Discussion btw. Good luck !

manontheway Feb 27, 2012 at 9:41 AM 
I downloaded the new release.. and was able to install the services (both services started correctly after running XdsbServicesInstall.bat .\<accountname> <password>) but unfortunately wasn't able run "Smoke test". I thought it might be TLS setting configurations went wrong so I configured all bindngs to use HTTP only (no HTTPS) and commented <servicecredentials> block, but still "smoke Test" failed. (BTW I went back to the old release and get stuck to the same point, could not run SMOKE TESTbut services run fine) . ....

I would like to understand the following points
(1) The portnumber to be used in the host address "http://<machinename>:<portnumber>/XdsService/XdsRpository" must it be added to the windows firewall exceptions as TCP port, or no need? How to select and configure the port/s to be used by these services?

(2) If TLS is not yet configured, <servicecredentials>blocks have to commented how about <clientcredentials> blocks?

I'll appreciate for any hints to solve these problems, I've stucked for days.

Thanks,

Shaury.

RaviM Feb 1, 2012 at 11:24 AM 
January 2012 Release