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Microsoft® Windows® Communication Foundation Step by Step by John Sharp

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Chapter 11. Implementing OneWay and Asynchronous Operations

After completing this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Explain the behavior of OneWay operations, and how they are impacted by service behavior and binding properties.

  • Implement OneWay operations in a WCF service, and invoke them from a WCF client application.

  • Implement asynchronous operations in a WCF service, and invoke operations asynchronously in a WCF client application.

  • Explain the difference between invoking an operation asynchronously and implementing an operation that supports asynchronous execution.

  • Use a message queue to send requests to a service asynchronously.

WCF client applications and services frequently follow the request/response messaging pattern for performing operations; ...

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