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Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation 4.0 Cookbook for Developing SOA Applications by Steven Cheng

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Chapter 2. Endpoint, Binding, and Behavior

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Configuring Default Endpoints
  • Setting up two-way communication over MSMQ
  • Building a Publish-Subscribe service with dual binding
  • Creating a multiple-endpoint service
  • Implementing a POX HTTP service
  • Defining a CustomBinding without a timestamp header
  • Suppressing mustUnderstand validation on unknown SoapHeaders
  • Sharing a physical address between multiple endpoints

Introduction

WCF services are exposed through service endpoints, which provide the basic access point for client to utilize the functionality offered by a given WCF service. Service endpoints consist of ABC and a set of behaviors. What is ABC? Well, A stands for Address, which tells service consumers "Where is the service?", ...

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