|Is there anything wrong with having a few private methods exposing IQueryable<T> and all public methods exposing IEnumerable<T>?|
| by Dean in Programming Languages|
I'm wondering if there is a better way to approach this problem. The
objective is to reuse code.
Let’s say that I have a
Linq-To-SQL datacontext and I've written a "repository style" class that
wraps up a lot of the methods I need and exposes IQueryables. (so far, no
Now, I'm building a service layer to sit on top of
this repository, many of the service metho
|Exposing or not exposing an API|
| by Igor Carron in Programming Languages|
I have the current dilemna in one of my portable C libraries I am
working with. I have two high-level lib (say libA and libB). They provide
very different API, and depend on user configuration options. I am against
merging them together since it would mean merging any later libC, libD with
libA. So I am trying to keep this clean separation. This also mean that
application programmer can have a
|Exposing a C++ API to C#|
| by Soccer55 in C & C++ & C#|
So what I have is a C++ API contained within a *.dll and I want to use a
C# application to call methods within the API.
So far I have
created a C++ / CLR project that includes the native C++ API and managed to
create a "bridge" class that looks a bit like the following:
|Exposing.NET assembly as COM 101|
| by Fenix Drakken in Programming Languages|
I have trouble to expose a .NET assembly in COM. It seems that I must be
missing some basic step because I think I followed all tutorials and
documentation I found as well as common sense, but still when I do (in a
Set o = CreateObject("MyLib.MyClass")
It keeps saying that the object cannot be created.
Here are the steps I have don
|exposing net.tcp endpoint|
| by luv2liv in Programming Languages|
I'm a bit confused of how to expose an endpoint in WCF
got a tcp endpoint and a mex tcp endpoint.
|Ajax to API without exposing KEY|
| by Adam May in Programming Languages|
I'm pretty sure the answer of what I'm going to ask is NO but maybe
someone can give me a different idea so I'm asking anyway.
developing a control panel that fetches information form a 3rd party
webservice via an API call. I could make a call with AJAX which return the
result in milliseconds on the browser, but I would be exposing the API Key
of this service. Even though this i
|AJAX exposing the API of a web app|
| by Pain999 in Programming Languages|
A couple of years ago, before I knew about Stack Overflow, I was working
in an office with a lot of competition between the programmers. There, I
had to code a web page in PHP with Drupal, that needed to get data from
another site by RSS. What happened was that there was no way to get the
data beforehand: the data depended on the content of the page which itself
was dynamic, so the page stopped
|Different types of Id when exposing DTO over WCF|
| by mhedberg in Databases|
Lets say we have a simple DTO with properties Id, Name. If this DTO
comes from database through some data layer, Id should be of type int. If
this DTO comes from Active Directory, through some data layer, Id should be
of type Guid.
What would be the best way to implement
Thanks in advance!
|Exposing DAO as web service|
| by drudge in Programming Languages|
Can anyone point me in the direction of documentation for exposing a DAO
as an external web service? Currently, in my application we follow a DAO
-> Service -> UI layered architecture. Everything is internal to the app,
our DAOs access the DB through Spring JDBC and the services are visible
only to the web application.
We now have a need for downstream
systems within my company to
|Exposing DB within the application|
| by vvv in Web Design|
How can I secure connection or db credentials when directly accessing
the DB server over the internet from the client side application.