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Discovering and Exposing a Service

Discovering and Exposing a Service Bus Service

Updated: August 25, 2015

The following topics describe how to use the Service Bus service registry to register service endpoints, expose them in the registry, publish WSDL metadata exchange endpoints, and locate service endpoints that have been registered to be publicly visible.

In This Section

How to: Publish a Service to the Service Bus Registry
This topic describes how to use the Microsoft.ServiceBus.ServiceRegistrySettings behavior to publish a service endpoint in the ATOM 1.0 feed and to control the name that appears there.

How to: Discover and Expose a Service Bus Service
This topic describes how to navigate the endpoints published in the registry to obtain the one to which you want to connect.

How to: Expose a Metadata Endpoint
This topic describes how to publish an IMetadataExchange service endpoint on Service Bus to enable SOAP-based clients to create their client channels using tools such as those available in Visual Studio.

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