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Services [WCF Samples]

This section contains samples that demonstrate Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services.

Hosting

Demonstrates hosting WCF services.

Service Interoperability

Demonstrates interaction between WCF and other service technologies.

Behaviors

Demonstrates WCF service behaviors.

Service Security

Demonstrates WCF service security.

Simplified Configuration for WCF Services

Demonstrates how to implement and configure a typical service and client using WCF.

Usage of Standard Endpoints [WCF Samples]

Demonstrates how to use standard endpoints in service configuration files.

Hierarchical Configuration Model

Demonstrates how to implement a hierarchy of configuration files for services.

Extended Protection Policy

Demonstrates Extended Protection, a security initiative for protecting against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks.

Configuration Channel Factory

Demonstrates the usage of the ConfigurationChannelFactory<TChannel>.

Addressing

Demonstrates various aspects and features of endpoint addresses.

Imperative

Demonstrates how to define a WsHttpBinding for a service using code, instead of defining the wsHttpBinding binding in configuration.

Multiple Contracts

Demonstrates how to implement more than one contract on a service and how to configure endpoints for communicating with each of the implemented contracts.

Multiple Endpoints

Demonstrates how to configure multiple endpoints on a service and how to communicate with each endpoint from a client.

Multiple Endpoints at a Single ListenUri

Demonstrates a service that hosts multiple endpoints at a single ListenUri.

OperationContextScope

Demonstrates how to send extra information on a WCF call using headers.

Service Description

Demonstrates how a service can retrieve its service description information at runtime.

ConcurrencyMode Reentrant

Demonstrates how to use the Reentrant concurrency mode on a service implementation.

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