Last post Sep 05, 2007 05:33 AM by alvin_hongkong
Sep 02, 2007 10:23 AM|alvin_hongkong|LINK
I have some questions about the concept of MPF, I am getting confused to the different namespaces in SDK for examples I don't know what are the different between "Hosted Email 2007", "Exchange 2007" and "Managed Email 2007" coz I found those namspaces seem
almost provide the sample functions.
And also, I am trying to write some functions for simple provisioning tasks via MPS Webservice but immediatly I encountered some performance issuse in which if i submit a webservice request to hostedEmail2007.getMailbox() it takes a minute get the result.
It's obviously inacceptable and comparing to provtest it seems the bottle neck is on the MPS Webservice, any advice to improve the overall performance? (ie using MPSClientWrapper or Keeping a copy of provisioning data in SQL Server database or Directly talk
to relevant native service API)
Sep 04, 2007 09:19 AM|sdupas|LINK
In MPF (Microsoft Provisioning Framework), you have the namespaces which contain procedures that define logic, like any programming language. You have noticed that there are different "types" of namespaces (Managed, Hosted, Provider). It is actually a naming
convention which is used in the Hosted Solutions to provide different layer of logic (from low-level interface to high business logic):
The "Hosted" Namespaces are the preferred ones if you want to submit procedures to the MPF engine.
You can have a look at the MPS SDK, it will give you some information on the MPS development:
Sep 05, 2007 05:33 AM|alvin_hongkong|LINK
Thanks Samuel again, but how about my second question?