This question already has an answer here: What does the WS mean in WCF? 1 answer As stated in this question, in WCF there are several different types of HTTP based bindings: BasicHttpBinding wsHttpBinding WebHttpBinding But what exactly does "ws"
Hi, I know this topic might look familiar to similar topic but I can tell you that it is after an entire day of searching on related issues that I come for help, because none of the suggested solutions has worked for me. I have created a WCF REST Ser
Is there a well-established naming convention in use for WCF binding configurations that someone could recommend? When examining the WCF/ WF samples from Microsoft, for example, there are multiple conventions used, including: Binding + sequence numbe
I am using WCF service, which have two endpoint WsHttpBinding and NetTcpBinding and the service is using Forms Authentication. Service is hosted on IIS 7. This works perfectly with WsHttpBinding, but fails for NetTcpBinding. It fails on below stateme
1.) I have a main method Processing, which takes string as an arguments and that string contains some x number of tasks. 2.) I have another method Status, which keeps track of first method by using two variables TotalTests and CurrentTest. which will
It's running into an Intranet, .net framework 3.5, hosted in IIS 7.0 and it's using wsHttpBinding with null security. Now I have to protect it to allow only specific users can run it. Seems that I should use SSL and certificates but I'd really like s
I have a DataContract say called Credentials which I've inherited into my own business object called MyCredentials and customized. I want to send it over the wire but understandably I get an error. There was an error while trying to serialize paramet
I am trying to expose a webservice written in WCF, to the open internet but i am having trouble configuring it to be consumed from the external url. The web service is hosted internally at https://ourportal.internaldomain.intra:9011/FrontEndWS and wo
We are writing C# client which should connect to old legacy servers. To be extensible in the future we would like to utilize WCF framework. The old legacy protocol is proprietary & binary one. To integrate into WCF we would like to replace the usual
I have created a web service in WCF which returns more than 54000 data-rows with 10 data in each row. I have used the wsHttpBinding for communication. The service works well with less data (i.e. 2000 rows) but it bombs out when attempting to send lar
I have a external vendor that provides event notification functionality to its down stream clients. They have asked us to do the following steps to implement event notification within our company to receive notifications from external vendor. I have
Gentelmens, I'm working with WCF services and I would like to see result as JSON. But I don't have any ideas how to do it. I have marked my method as [WebGet(ResponseFormat = WebMessageFormat.Json)] but this doesn't help me. In "Wcf test client"
I need to pass more than 64kb of data through the WCF service. To do that I've configured server side (that hosts WCF service) in the following way: <services> <service name="MyService" behaviorConfiguration="MyServiceBehavior"
I have an IIS-hosted WCF service which is configured to use basicHttpBinding with transport security. I have configured IIS with a certificate and I'm using an https endpoint to call the service. Now, I have enabled message logging on the service at
I am reading so many things to understand various things in WCF. Very soon, actually, i want to move/convert existing WSE3 web services to WCF. In existing WSE web services, I have some (data) classes that model entities in our environment. While tra
This post is somewhat connected to my previous post here - How to create custom WCF binding which effectively reverses the communication? In short, I am trying to build a reverse polling http binding where the host polls its clients for requests. I a
Im relativly new to WCF and/but "seem" to have got most things up and working. I have the following IEndpointBehavior and IClientMessageInspector that I want to append when calling the service. It appends a token (HTTPHeader) that I want to chec
In my old asmx web services I used to have AuthHeader which contains the UserName & password and the AuthHeader is mandatory for every web method request. User will send his username & password using this AuthHeader and I will validate the request
I have a WCF service that I need to call. When I go through "add service reference" in VS, I get following client config: <configuration> <system.serviceModel> <bindings> <customBinding> <binding name="CustomBindi
I got running a WCF service with custom binding, for now it use httpTransport. <customBinding> <binding name="myHttpBindingConf"> <context contextManagementEnabled="true" protectionLevel="None" contextExchangeM
I have an ASMX webservice that returns XElement - (not an .svc WCF service) When consuming the service in Silverlight the client that is generated uses XElement as I want. However in C# .NET 3.5 WCF 'Service Reference' it generates this property usin
Does WCF Polling Duplex Binding exist for non Silverlight clients?I think you have to implement your own Binding.
I have an application where client and server share types, and interoperability is not one of our concerns. I am planning to have a single repository for all web enabled objects, and i was thinking of a generic interface for my exposed service. somet
I'm getting the following error when I try multiple end points.. System.ServiceModel.AddressAlreadyInUseException: The TransportManager failed to listen on the supplied URI using the NetTcpPortSharing service: the service failed to listen. at System.
I am developing a WCF web service and I used the WCF Service Application template to do that. Does creating a "WCF Service Application" fulfill this requirement? What are the advantage of creating a WCF Service Library over a WCF Service Applica
I'm trying to publish a calculation service on a bunch of computers which will be used by an application server. The calculation servers are stateful and need to be able to perform asynchronous callbacks so I want to use per-session settings via TCP.
I just discovered, quite by accident, that a WCF service hosted in a Windows Service ill work with a HTTP binding. It seems to implement its own web server, but I have never seen this capability mentioned anywhere, and can't find any documentation on
We're currently using IIS 6 and Windows Server 2003 for our web and application servers. Our web servers make WCF Service calls to our application servers. We'd like to move to IIS 7 and Windows Server 2008 so that we can use the recommended netTcpBi
I've added a proxy to a webservice to a VS2008/.NET 3.5 solution. When constructing the client .NET throws this error: Could not find default endpoint element that references contract 'IMySOAPWebService' in the service model client configuaration sec
I'm writing a service that will only get calls from the local host. Performance is important so I thought I'd try the NetNamedPipeBinding instead of NetTcpBinding and see If I could see any noticeable performance gains. If a client, after having perf