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A simple web service framework that allow you add some fault tolerance behavour to your web service calls. It currently support :
* work with existing code : the generated classes inherits from the ones that visual studio creates so there will be no signature changes
* automatically retry all web service calls on failure
* automatically switch to alternative urls on failure
* allow multiple alternative urls per web service with priority support
* easy to configure (max retry, retry interval, url list per web service)
* allow command line generation for automation (with batch file or post build event)
* allow an interactive and user friendly way to generate the soap client classes (using a Winform interface)
* work with C# and Visual Basic projects
* failures are logged using log4net so you can easily record them to any data storage for auditing purpose
* open source : do whatever you want with the binaries and the code. Just share you enhancements

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code dotnet fault framework generation services tolerance web webservices

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