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Inside Windows® Communication Foundation by Justin Smith

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Chapter 3. Message Exchange Patterns, Topologies, and Choreographies

In this chapter:

Message Exchange Patterns 59

Message Topologies 69

Message Choreographies 71

When designing messaging applications, it is necessary to consider how messages flow between the sender, any intermediaries, and the receiver (the previous chapter described these messaging participants). The welter of message exchange possibilities in a system can be described at varying levels of detail. These levels of detail are generally known as Message Exchange Patterns (MEPs), Message Topologies, and Message Choreographies. When viewed as a whole, these three levels of detail allow us to abstractly describe any messaging scenario. This chapter examines message exchange patterns, ...

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