WCF Web HTTP Programming Model

The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web HTTP Programming Model allows developers to expose WCF service operations to non-SOAP endpoints. The topics in this section examine the feature in detail.

WCF Web HTTP Programming Model Overview

Provides an overview of the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web HTTP Programming Model.

WCF Web HTTP Programming Object Model

Discusses the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web HTTP Programming Model and how it works.

How to: Create a Basic WCF Web HTTP Service

Describes how to write a basic service that exposes a non-SOAP endpoint.

How to: Expose a Contract to SOAP and Web Clients

Describes how to write a basic service that exposes the same contract to both SOAP and non-SOAP clients.

UriTemplate and UriTemplateTable

Describes how to control URIs using UriTemplate and UriTemplateTable.

Caching Support for WCF Web HTTP Services

Describes how to specify caching behavior for a WCF Web HTTP service.

WCF Web HTTP Formatting

Describes how to specify the format of the response from a WCF Web HTTP service.

WCF Web HTTP Error Handling

Describes how to return errors to WCF Web clients including HTTP status codes and additional user-defined error data.

Calling a REST-style service from a WCF service

Describes how to call a REST-style service from inside a WCF service.

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