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Interoperability and Integration

This section covers interoperability and integration with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).

Web Services Protocols Interoperability Guide

WCF is built to interoperate with Web services that support a set of specifications known as the Web services specifications. This topic lists specifications that are supported and the bindings that support them.

Integrating with COM+ Applications

Discusses how COM+ applications can be exposed as WCF services.

Integrating with COM Applications

Discusses the various methods for COM applications to call WCF services.

Migrating .NET Remoting Applications to WCF

Describes how WCF can be used with .NET Framework remoting.

Interoperability with Web Services Enhancements 3.0

Describes how WCF can be used with Web services implemented with Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 3.0.

Migrating WSE 3.0 Web Services to WCF

Describes how to migrate a WSE 3.0 Web service to a WCF service.

Interoperability with ASP.NET Web Services

Describes how WCF can interoperate with ASP.NET Web services.

Migrating ASP.NET Web Services to WCF

Describes how to migrate an ASP.NET Web service to a WCF service.

Migrating ASP.NET Web Services to WCF

Describes how to migrate an ASP.NET Web service to a WCF service.

Migrating ASP.NET Web Services to WCF

Describes how to migrate an ASP.NET Web service to a WCF service.

Interoperability with POX Applications

Describes how WCF provides both services and clients that use "Plain Old XML" (POX) messages.

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