Provides classes related to dispatching the service model.
Represents a query that tests whether the action of a message is one of a specified set of actions.
A component that accepts channels and associates them with a service.
Abstract base class for the channel dispatcher that accepts channels and associates them with a service.
Provides a thread-safe collection that contains channel dispatchers.
Used to modify or extend the execution behavior of a specific contract operation in a client object or client channel object. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents a client operation compat base.
Represents the insertion point for classes that extend the functionality of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) client objects for all messages handled by a client application.
Represents a client runtime compat base.
Used to modify or extend the execution behavior of a specific service operation in a service endpoint. This class cannot be inherited.
Exposes properties that can be used to modify default service behavior as well as attach custom objects that can modify how incoming messages are transformed into objects and dispatched to operations. This class cannot be inherited.
Obsolete. Provides a set of static methods to gain access to related information and functionality.
Represents a query that tests whether a message satisfies the requirements of a specified endpoint address.
Represents the run-time object that exposes properties that enable the insertion of run-time extensions or modifications for messages in service applications.
Represents a query that tests whether a message was received on an endpoint with a name that matches the specified name.
Extend the ExceptionHandler class to create an exception handler for unhandled exceptions that occur within the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) runtime.
Represents information about a SOAP fault that is specified in a FaultContractAttribute attribute.
The exception that is thrown when a filter or filter table attempts to access the body of an unbuffered message.
An abstract base class for the exceptions that are thrown if an attempt is made to access the body of a message when it is not allowed.
Represents a query that is satisfied by every non-null message that it tests.
Represents a query that is never satisfied by a message that it tests.
abstract base class for different classes of filters used to query messages.
The base class for the exceptions that are thrown when the quota of nodes inspected by a filter is exceeded.
Provides the generic implementation of a filter table.
Defines the core behavior of classes used to search for specific correlating data in a message.
A collection of message query objects.
Manages a collection of message query objects.
The exception that is thrown when multiple filters match, but only one was expected.
The exception that is thrown when an XPathNavigator is directed to examine the body of an unbuffered message.
Represents a query that tests whether a message matches an EndpointAddress using a Longest-Prefix Match for the URI component.
This class converts a parameter in a query string to an object of the appropriate type. It can also convert a parameter from an object to its query string representation.
Provides read-only, random access to data contained in XML documents and enables efficient querying for specified nodes.
Controls the throughput of a service to optimize availability and performance.
Represents a query that tests whether a message satisfies both specified MessageFilter objects.
The operation selector that supports the Web programming model.
Defines several XPath functions and namespace mappings commonly used when evaluating XPath expressions against SOAP documents.
Represents a query on an XML document defined by an XPath 1.0 expression.
Holds a collection of filter/data pairs for efficient matching.
Contains a collection of XPathMessageQuery objects.
The exception that is thrown when the quota of nodes allowed to be inspected by an XPathNavigator is exceeded.
Contains the value returned by an XPath query.
Defines the methods that enable the initialization and recycling of thread-local storage with the thread that invokes user code.
Defines the interface to notify a service or client when a channel is created.
Defines methods that are used to control the conversion of messages into objects and objects into messages for client applications.
Defines a message inspector object that can be added to the MessageInspectors collection to view or modify messages.
Defines the contract for an operation selector.
Defines methods that deserialize request messages and serialize response messages in a service application.
Defines the methods that enable custom inspection or modification of inbound and outbound application messages in service applications.
Defines the contract that associates incoming messages with a local operation to customize service execution behavior.
Allows an implementer to control the fault message returned to the caller and optionally perform custom error processing such as logging.
Defines the contract that must be implemented to shut down an input session.
Defines the methods necessary to inspect or modify the creation of InstanceContext objects when required.
Implement to participate in the creation or choosing of a System.ServiceModel.InstanceContext object, especially to enable shared sessions.
Declares methods that provide a service object or recycle a service object for a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service.
Defines the methods that enable a client application to display a user interface to collect identity information prior to creating the channel.
An interface that defines the contract that a filter table must implement to inspect messages with query criteria derived from one or more filters.
Declares methods that take an object and an array of parameters extracted from a message, invoke a method on that object with those parameters, and return the method's return value and output parameters.
Defines the contract implemented by custom parameter inspectors that enables inspection or modification of information prior to and subsequent to calls on either the client or the service.