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Windows Communication Foundation Scenario Samples

The samples in this section demonstrate common Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) scenarios.

In This Section

Data Binding in an ASP.NET Client
Demonstrates how to bind data returned by a typical WCF service in a Web Form application.

Data Binding in a Windows Forms Client
Demonstrates how to bind to data returned by a WCF service in a Windows Forms application.

Data Binding in a Windows Presentation Foundation Client
Demonstrates the use of data binding in a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) client.

Intermediary Router
Demonstrates how to implement a service that provides basic routing and load balancing functionality.

Federation Sample
Demonstrates support for deploying federated security architectures through the wsFederationHttpBinding.

Discovery: UDDI
Demonstrates how to implement a WCF client that performs basic operations with a UDDI V2 service that is available on the Internet.

Design Patterns: List-Based Publish-Subscribe
Demonstrates a WCF implementation of the List-Based Publish-Subscribe design pattern.

Peer Channel Custom Peer Resolver
Demonstrates how to implement a custom peer resolver that can be used with Peer Channel applications.

Peer Channel Chat
Demonstrates how to implement a multiparty chat application using Peer Channel. Messages sent by an instance of chat application are received by all other instances.

Trusted Facade Service
Demonstrates how to flow caller's identity information from one service to another using WCF security infrastructure.

REST and POX
Demonstrates how to use HTTP transport in WCF to send and receive “plain old XML” (POX) messages – that is, messages that consist of solely of XML payloads without any enclosing SOAP envelope.

Workflow Services Scenario Samples
Demonstrates workflow service scenarios.

Partial Trust WCF Samples
Demonstrates how to use WCF within a partially trusted application.

Weakly-typed JSON Serialization Sample
Demonstrates a mechanism that enables WCF developers to work with deserialized, arbitrary JSON objects.

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