Programming WCF Services

Errata for Programming WCF Services

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page xxviii
Some Assumptions About the Reader

should "anonymous properties" be "anonymous types"? As far as I can see there is no such thing as an anonymous property.

Note from the Author or Editor:
Should be "anonymous methods"

Larry Heller  Jun 12, 2009  Aug 01, 2009
Printed
Page 34
Assert in Example 1-11

lambda expression should be (uri)=>uri.Scheme == "http" rather than urn uri.Scheme == "http"

Note from the Author or Editor:
change urn uri.Scheme == "http" to uri=>uri.Scheme == "http"

markF  Feb 06, 2009  Aug 01, 2009
Printed
Page 74
Last sentence of the first paragraph

I believe it should be Action and ReplyAction rather than Action and ResponseAction

Note from the Author or Editor:
change Action and ResponseAction to Action and ReplyAction

markF  Feb 07, 2009  Aug 01, 2009
Printed
Page 202
Under the heading "Maximum number of concurrent instances," second sentence

Page 202, change "The default value is unlimited" to "The default value is 26"

Juval Löwy
Juval Löwy
O'Reilly Author 
Mar 23, 2009  Aug 01, 2009
Printed
Page 239
Subscriber example in 2nd paragraph

void OnEvent2(int number,string text) should be void OnEvent3(int number,string text)

Neil Dobson  Jan 07, 2010 
Printed
Page 249
First paragraph of Fault Propagation section, 4th sentence

The sentence that begins "Obviously, controlling the flow of the application using expectations..." should end with "... using exceptions...".

Rick Andersen  Jan 05, 2010