As you might expect, the programming fabric of WCF is represented by a set of .NET assemblies installed into the GAC. Table 25-1 describes the overall role of the core WCF assemblies you need to use in just about any WCF application.
|Assembly||Meaning in Life|
|System.Runtime.Serialization.dll||Defines namespaces and types that you can use for serializing and deserializing objects in the WCF framework.|
|System.ServiceModel.dll||This core assembly contains the types used to build any sort of WCF application.|
These two assemblies define many new namespaces and types. You should consult the .NET Framework 4.0 SDK documentation for complete details; however, Table 25-2 documents the ...