Referencing Class Libraries from Applications on Application Diagrams
In Application Designer, you can use an ASP.NET Web service, Windows, or Office application as a façade for functionality implemented by class libraries. This makes it possible to represent the interaction between these class libraries and other applications on the application diagram. You can reverse-engineer Web service references and custom Web service client proxy classes defined in these class libraries as Web service consumer endpoints and database consumer endpoints on the façade application.
Describes how to represent interactions between class libraries and applications that reference them on the application diagram.
Describes requirements for reverse-engineering Web service references or custom Web service client proxy classes defined in class libraries as Web service consumer endpoints and database consumer endpoints.
Introduces Distributed System Designers, common tasks performed across designers, accessibility information, and walkthroughs.
Introduces Application Designer, which you can use to design, configure, and connect applications within a solution.
Contains topics about designing applications on the application diagram.
Contains topics about defining endpoints on applications.
Contains topics about defining and configuring ASP.NET applications, including those that provide Web services.
Contains topics about describing how applications connect to each other in the development environment.
Contains topics about implementing applications to generate projects so that you can continue defining applications in code.
Describes and helps resolve issues that can affect application diagrams and other items in the solution.
Introduces System Designer, which you can use to design application systems composed from applications or other systems.
Describes common tasks you can perform across designers in Distributed System Designers.
Provides walkthroughs through core tasks you can perform using Distributed System Designers.