Windows Communication Foundation Bindings
Bindings specify how a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service endpoint communicates with other endpoints. At its most basic, a binding must specify the transport (for example, HTTP or TCP) to use. You can also set other characteristics, such as security and transaction support, through bindings.
In This Section
- Windows Communication Foundation Bindings Overview
- Overview of what WCF bindings do, what bindings the system provides, and how you can define or modify them.
- System-Provided Bindings
- A list of bindings included with WCF. These bindings cover the majority of security and message pattern requirements.
- Using Bindings to Configure Services and Clients
- A WCF binding contains important information that clients must use to connect to service endpoints.
- Configuring Bindings for Windows Communication Foundation Services
- Configuration enables administrators and installers to customize the bindings for service endpoints.
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Last Published: 2010-03-21