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

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Chapter 5. Channel and Messaging

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Using ChannelFactory to consume a WCF service
  • Invoking async operation via ChannelFactory
  • Creating a service via ChannelListener
  • Getting the IP address of a client consumer of a WCF service
  • Adding a dynamic SoapHeader into a message

Introduction

When developing WCF services, we look at ServiceContract, endpoint, and binding configurations, which are very important in the service-oriented design view. However, under the service-oriented design view, there are many raw components that construct the WCF client and service. All these raw components provide a Channel model that allows developers to develop WCF services at a very low level. Instead of service operations and method parameters, ...

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