Provides classes related to service model channels.
Represents a header that encapsulates an address information item used to identify or interact with an endpoint.
Represents a thread-safe, read-only collection of address headers.
The WS-Addressing version associated with a SOAP message or understood by an endpoint.
Specifies application container settings.
Represents a custom binding element that supports channel security using asymmetric encryption. This binding element signs the message using the sender's authentication token and encrypts the message using the recipient's token.
The binding element that specifies the .NET Binary Format for XML used to encode messages.
Contains the binding elements that specify the protocols, transports, and message encoders used for communication between clients and services.
Provides information about the addresses, bindings, binding elements and binding parameters required to build the channel listeners and channel factories.
The elements of the bindings that build the channel factories and channel listeners for various types of channels that are used to process outgoing and incoming messages.
Represents the collection of binding elements used in a binding.
Represents a collection of binding parameters that store information used by binding elements to build factories.
Represents the writer of the message body.
Many Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) features require the use of buffers, which are expensive to create and destroy. You can use the BufferManager class to manage a buffer pool. The pool and its buffers are created when you instantiate this class and destroyed when the buffer pool is reclaimed by garbage collection. Every time you need to use a buffer, you take one from the pool, use it, and return it to the pool when done. This process is much faster than creating and destroying a buffer every time you need to use one.
Represents a byte stream message.
The binding element that specifies the message encoding as a stream of bytes and has the option to specify the character encoding.
Represents the contents of the wsc:CallbackContext message header when using a channel that supports the context exchange protocol.
Provides the base implementation for custom channels.
Provides a common base implementation for all custom channel factories.
Provides a common base implementation for channel factories on the client to create channels of a specified type connected to a specified address.
Provides a common base implementation for channel listeners on the service.
Provides a common base implementation for channel listeners on a service to accept channels produced by the client factories.
Provides a base implementation for managing the default timeouts that are associated with channel and listener factories.
Represents a collection of channel parameters.
Specifies quotas for channels that belong to a pool of channels used by a service endpoint.
Represents a client web socket factory.
Provides a common base implementation for the basic state machine common to all communication-oriented objects in the system, including channels, listeners, and the channel and listener factories.
Represents the binding element that is used when the client must expose an endpoint for the service to send messages back to the client.
Provides a policy import extension for mapping policy assertions into Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) bindings in which the client must expose an endpoint for the service to send messages back to the client.
An abstract class that supplements the base TransportBindingElement with additional properties that are common to connection-oriented transports such as TCP and named pipes.
Provides a protection level and an exchange mechanism as part of the context of a binding element and the functionality to build the channel listeners and factories.
Enables policy and WSDL extensions and contracts to be imported.
A property used to communicate context between the application and channel layers on either the client or the service.
Provides an abstract base class for deferring correlation key calculation until all of the correlation data is available.
Allows a particular channel to opt-in to providing correlation data and specify the conditions under which the data is provided, such as whether it is provided by default, optionally, on send, before send, or on receive.
Provides a message property that accumulates additional correlation information for a message as protocols are applied, such as when data is returned from a MessageQuerySet over the incoming message.
Represents an association between a piece of application data and an instance.
Provides a message property that contains correlation instance keys after applying the correlation calculation to a message.
Defines a binding from a list of binding elements.
Converts exceptions thrown by a channel into SOAP fault messages that conform to the channel's protocol.
Obsolete.Enables management of how HTTP cookies are handled in HTTP requests and responses.
Represents http message handlers for a factory.
A binding parameter that can be used with the HTTP Transport to specify the setting for HttpMessage support.
Provides extension methods for accessing user principal associated with the HTTP request message.
Provides access to the HTTP request to access and respond to the additional information made available for requests over the HTTP protocol.
Provides access to the HTTP response in order to access and respond to the additional information made available for requests over the HTTP protocol.
Represents the binding element used to specify an HTTPS transport for transmitting messages.
Represents the binding element used to specify an HTTP transport for transmitting messages.
The exception that is thrown when the binding specified is not consistent with the contract requirements for the service.
Specifies local client security settings.
Provides local service security properties that can be set.
Represents the unit of communication between endpoints in a distributed environment.
Represents a memory buffer that stores an entire message for future consumption.
The encoder is the component that is used to write messages to a stream and to read messages from a stream.
An abstract base class that represents the factory for producing message encoders that can read messages from a stream and write them to a stream for various types of message encoding.
The binding element that specifies the message version used to encode messages.
Converts WSDL-based policies and contracts about message encoding into descriptions of the binding elements that can implement these policies for the service.
Represents an in-memory representation of a SOAP fault that can be passed to CreateMessage to create a message that contains a fault.
Represents the content of a SOAP header.
Represents system information regarding a SOAP message header.
Represents a collection of message headers for a message. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents a set of properties for a message. This class cannot be inherited.
Specifies the versions of SOAP and WS-Addressing associated with a message and its exchange.
The MsmqMessageProperty class encapsulates the properties of a message that has been read from a queue.
Represents the binding element used to specify the queuing communication properties for a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service that uses the native Message Queuing (MSMQ) protocol.
The binding element that specifies the encoding and versioning used for Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) messages.
Represents settings that control the behavior of the named pipe connection pool.
Specifies named pipe settings.
Represents the binding element for the named pipe transport.
Represents a network interface message property.
Enables packet routing and the use of one-way methods.
Converts WSDL-based policies in a OneWayBindingElement into descriptions of the binding elements that can implement these policies for the service.
Obsolete.Defines the binding element used to create a custom peer resolver.
Defines the abstract base class for binding elements used to create peer resolver objects.
Obsolete.Defines the binding element used to create a peer message transport channel.
Defines the binding element used to create a Peer Name Resolution Protocol (PNRP) peer resolver.
Imports WSDL-based policies and contracts about privacy notices into descriptions of the binding elements that can implement these policies for the service.
Derive from this class to implement a custom state machine for receive context functionality.
Represents the duration that a SOAP redirection is in effect.
Represents an error that occurs in redirection processing.
Represents the address where the subsequent requests should be redirected.
Represents redirection scope.
A type that represents the type of redirection.
Represents the binding element that can produce the sending and receiving channels required for a reliable session between endpoints.
Maps reliable session binding elements to and from representations of their corresponding policy assertions in metadata. This class cannot be inherited.
Makes available the client IP address and port number associated with the remote endpoint from which a message was sent.
Provides a reply that is correlated to an incoming request.
Represents a retry exception that can be used by a messaging host such as WorkflowServiceHost to communicate any cancellation of an attempted operation to the client.
An abstract class that, when implemented, represents a binding element that supports channel SOAP message security.
Provides an extensibility point for extending the standard security policy import.
Represents an open session notification used to update message properties.
Represents a custom binding element that supports channel security using an SSL stream.
Provides an extensibility point for mapping WSDL contracts and policy assertions into Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) standard bindings.
An abstract base class used to create custom BodyWriter classes that can be used to a message body as a stream.
To implement a custom security upgrade acceptor, inherit from this abstract base class.
To implement a security upgrade initiator, inherit from this abstract base class.
Implements a custom security upgrade provider, inherited from this abstract base class.
To implement a custom upgrade acceptor, inherited from this abstract base class.
Adds a custom stream upgrade provider to a custom binding.
To implement a custom upgrade initiator, inherit from this abstract base class.
Implements a custom upgrade provider, inherited from this abstract base class.
Represents a custom binding element that supports channel security using symmetric encryption.
Represents properties that control the behavior of the TCP connection pool.
Represents the binding element for the TCP transport.
The binding element that specifies the character encoding and message versioning used for text-based SOAP messages.
Represents the configuration element that specifies transaction flow support for a binding. This class cannot be inherited.
Imports the transaction policy (WS-Policy assertions) of a service endpoint, adds implementing binding elements to the binding on the client, and transaction flow attributes to the appropriate operations on the service’s proxy. This class cannot be inherited.
Allows a custom channel, which uses a proprietary transaction flow mechanism, to inject its transaction into the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) framework. This class cannot be inherited.
An abstract base class that represents a transport binding element.
Imports standard transport binding elements from Web Services Description Language (WSDL) documents with attached policy expressions.
Represents a custom binding element that supports mixed-mode security (such as, optimized message security over a secure transport).
Specifies UDP retransmission settings.
Represents a UDP transport binding element.
Represents a UDP transport importer.
Represents a collection of message headers that are understood. This class cannot be inherited.
A binding element used to communicate with a CardSpace Security Token Service that supports the
CardSpaceprofile of WS-Trust.
Converts WSDL-based policies for UseManagedPresentationBindingElements into descriptions of the binding elements that can implement these policies for the service.
Stores and retrieves the message encoding format of incoming and outgoing messages for the composite Web message encoder.
Specifies the format to which the content type of an incoming message is mapped.
Represents a web socket message property.
Represents settings for web socket transport.
Represents the binding element used to specify Windows stream security settings.
Implement this interface to register custom, anonymous URI prefixes.
Defines the interface that bindings must implement to describe and advertise the capabilities that clients and services may require.
Defines the optional interface that a binding can implement to specify whether the service it configures has multicast capabilities.
Defines the optional contract that a binding can implement to specify whether incoming requests are handled synchronously or asynchronously by the service.
Defines the basic interface that all channel objects must implement. It requires that they implement the state machine interface shared by all communication objects and that they implement a method to retrieve objects from the channel stack.
Defines the interface that must be implemented by a channel factory to produce channels.
Defines the interface that must be implemented by channel factories that create type-specific channels.
Defines the interface that must be implemented by a channel listener to accept channels.
Defines the interface that must be implemented by channel listeners to accept type-specific channels.
Defines the interface for a binding element that supports context exchange protocols.
Defines an interface that allows you to get and set the context on the channel.
Provides a property that returns a description of all of the correlation data that a channel can supply.
Defines the interface that a channel must implement to both send and receive messages.
Defines the interface for the session implemented on each side of a bi-directional communication between messaging endpoints.
Defines the interface that associates a duplex channel with a session.
Represents the cookie container manager.
Defines the interface that a channel must implement to receive a message.
Defines the interface for the session implemented on the receiving side of a one-way communication between messaging endpoints.
Defines the interface that associates an input channel with a session.
Defines an interface that you can implement to describe a set of properties for a message.
Defines the interface that a channel must implement to send a message.
Defines the interface for the session implemented on the sending side of a one-way communication between messaging endpoints.
Defines the interface that associates an output channel with a session.
An interface that enables you to set receive context settings.
Defines the interface that a channel must implement to be on the receiving side of a request-reply communication between messaging endpoints.
Defines the interface to associate a reply channel with a session
Defines the contract that a channel must implement to be on the requesting side of a request-reply communication between messaging endpoints.
Defines the interface to associate a request channel with a session.
Defines the contract for specifying the security capabilities for bindings.
Defines the interface to establish a shared context among parties that exchange messages by providing an ID for the communication session.
Defines the interface that associates a channel with a specific type of session.
Represents an interface that should be implemented by binding elements that require the dispatcher to create a transaction before dispatching to the service method.
Provides a transport token assertion (for example, an HTTPS token assertion) for use in policy exports.
Represents the details of the close status of the web socket connection.
Specifies the channels compression format.
Specifies whether an HTTP cookie or a SOAP header is the mechanism used to exchange context for a conversation between a client and service.
Specifies the possible types of delivery failure for a message read from the queue.
An enumeration that specifies the delivery status of a message when the delivery of the message is in doubt, or when the message was not delivered.
Specifies the status of a message.
Represents the possible states for the receive context state machine.
Describes the layout of the security header.
Specifies whether a service supports sending responses to anonymous addresses only, to non-anonymous addresses only, or to both.
Determines if the contract for the transfer of messages from a client to an application requires a session and whether the delivery of messages must preserve the order in which operations are called by the client.
Specifies the message formats to which content types of incoming messages can be mapped.
Specifies an enumeration of WebSocket transport usage.