Provides classes related to the service model.
This exception is typically thrown on the client when the action related to the operation invoked does not match any action of operations in the server.
The exception that is thrown when access to the address is denied.
The exception that is thrown when an address is unavailable because it is already in use.
Represents a binding that a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service can use to configure and expose endpoints that are able to communicate with ASMX-based Web services and clients and other services that conform to the WS-I Basic Profile 1.1.
Provides a context-enabled binding for the BasicHttpBinding binding.
Configures message-level security settings for BasicHttpBinding.
Specifies basic https binding settings.
Configures the security settings of a basicHttpBinding binding.
Specifies basic https security settings.
Configures a callback service implementation in a client application.
Represents the Generic ChannelBase class.
Creates and manages the channels that are used by clients to send messages to service endpoints.
A factory that creates channels of different types that are used by clients to send messages to variously configured service endpoints.
This exception is typically thrown on the client when a channel is terminated due to server closing the associated connection.
Provides the base implementation used to create Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) client objects that can call services.
Manages security tokens for the client.
Represents a communication error in either the service or client application.
The exception that is thrown when the call is to an ICommunicationObject object that has aborted.
The exception that is thrown when a call is made to a communication object that has faulted.
Provides a XAML-friendly implementation of a MessageFilter that filters on a single action.
Instructs the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) infrastructure to use the DataContractSerializer.
Specifies the feature requirements that bindings must provide to the service or client implementation.
Specifies the DNS identity of the server.
Provides the means to create and manage duplex channels of different types that are used by clients to send and receive messages to and from service endpoints.
Used to create a channel to a duplex service and associate that channel with a callback object.
Represents an endpoint declared in XAML.
Provides a unique network address that a client uses to communicate with a service endpoint.
Provides a serializable type of endpoint address that is WS-Addressing V1 compliant and that enables it to be exposed as part of the service contract.
Provides a serializable type of endpoint address that is compliant with the version of WS-Addressing published in August 2004 and that enables it to be exposed as part of the service contract.
A factory for producing new (immutable) endpoint addresses with specific property values.
An abstract class that when implemented provides an identity that enables the authentication of an endpoint by clients that exchange messages with it.
A markup extension for the EndpointIdentity class.
The exception that is thrown when a remote endpoint could not be found or reached.
Contains information related to the version of SOAP associated with a message and its exchange.
Represents fault detail information.
Defines the mapping to be used for translating exceptions to fault.
Represents a collection of extensions.
Represents a SOAP fault code.
Specifies one or more SOAP faults that are returned when a service operation encounters processing errors.
Represents a SOAP fault.
Used in a client application to catch contractually-specified SOAP faults.
Indicates whether to use the XmlSerializer for reading and writing faults.
Provides a text description of a SOAP fault.
Represents the text of the reason of a SOAP fault.
Configures the message-level security of the WSFederationHttpBinding binding.
Specifies the base HTTP binding.
Represents the transport-level security settings for the WSHttpBinding.
Represents the context information for a service instance.
Represents a message contract that is not valid.
Stores the results from an asynchronous call made by the client.
Specifies that a member is serialized as an element inside the SOAP body.
Defines a strongly-typed class that corresponds to a SOAP message.
Represents the content of a SOAP header.
Specifies that the default wrapper element in the SOAP message must not be written around array types in a header element.
Specifies that a data member is a SOAP message header.
The exception that is thrown when the expectations regarding headers of a SOAP message are not satisfied when the message is processed.
Controls the name of the request and response parameter names. Cannot be used with Message or message contracts.
Represents data that is passed locally with a custom message type but not serialized into a SOAP message.
Enables setting message-level security properties on the wsDualHttpBinding binding.
Enables setting message-level security properties on the NetMsmqBinding binding.
Configures the message-level security for a message sent using the TCP transport.
An abstract container class that, when implemented by several of its static properties, contains version information for security components.
Encapsulates errors returned by Message Queuing (MSMQ). This exception is thrown by the Message Queuing transport and the Message Queuing integration channel.
Encapsulates the exception that is thrown when the channel detects that the message is a poison message.
The MsmqTransportSecurity class encapsulates the transport security settings for queued transports.
Provides properties that control protection level for a named pipe.
Specifies settings for NetHttpBinding.
Specifies settings for NetHttpsBinding.
Represents a queued binding that is suitable for cross-machine communication.
Provides a secure and reliable binding that is optimized for on-machine communication.
Provides access to the security settings for endpoints configured with the named pipe binding.
Obsolete.Provides a secure binding for peer-to-peer network applications.
A secure, reliable binding suitable for cross-machine communication.
Provides a context-enabled binding for the NetTcpContextBinding binding.
Specifies the types of transport-level and message-level security used by an endpoint configured with a NetTcpBinding.
Represents the security settings of the wsHttpBinding binding.
Specifies the local execution behavior of a service method.
Provides access to the execution context of a service method.
Creates a block within which an OperationContext object is in scope.
Indicates that a method defines an operation that is part of a service contract in a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) application.
Provides convenient access to whether a reliable session is enabled when using one of the predefined bindings where it is optional.
Specifies the peer hop count member of a SOAP message header block.
Defines the base class for peer channel message filters.
Defines the instance of of a peer node used by an application participating in a specific peer mesh.
Specifies a type that contains the EndpointAddress for a peer node as well as an optional collection of multihoming IP addresses.
Specifies a base type used to define the contract for the registration and resolution of a peer mesh ID to the endpoint addresses of nodes participating in the mesh.
Contains the security settings associated with a peer channel, including the type of authentication used and the security used for the message transport.
Contains the security settings for a peer channel transport.
An exception that is thrown when the message is deemed poison. A message is poisoned if it fails repeated attempts to deliver the message.
The exception seen on the client that is thrown when communication with the remote party is impossible due to mismatched data transfer protocols.
The exception that is thrown when a message quota has been exceeded.
This attribute can be applied to service operations to enable receive context behavior.
Contains the settings for the supported versions of the WS-ReliableMessaging protocol. This is an abstract class.
Provides convenient access to the properties of a reliable session binding element that are available when using one of the system-provided bindings.
Specifies an RSA identity for the service endpoint.
The exception that is thrown when a server is too busy to accept a message.
The exception that is thrown when a service fails to activate.
Represents a service authentication manager.
Provides authorization access checking for service operations.
Specifies the internal execution behavior of a service contract implementation.
Represents a configurable property for the service.
Indicates that an interface or a class defines a service contract in a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) application.
Provides a host for services.
Extends the ServiceHostBase class to implement hosts that expose custom programming models.
Provides information about the current hosting environment in which Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services are running.
Specifies known types to be used by a service when serializing or deserializing.
Represents the security context of a remote party. On the client, represents the service identity and, on the service, represents the client identity.
Represents a service principal name (SPN) for an identity when the binding uses Kerberos.
Provides properties that control authentication parameters and protection level for the TCP transport.
Specifies whether a service operation accepts incoming transactions from a client.
Specifies the transaction protocol used in flowing transactions.
Represents a UDP binding.
Contains the message received by a channel and cannot be associated with any callback operation or pending request.
Represents a user principal name (UPN) for an identity which is used when the binding utilizes the SSPINegotiate authentication mode.
Provides a thread-safe collection that contains URIs that are keyed by their transport scheme name.
A binding used to configure endpoints for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web services that are exposed through HTTP requests instead of SOAP messages.
Specifies the types of security available to a service endpoint configured to receive HTTP requests.
Obsolete.Provides host for workflow-based services.
A secure and interoperable binding that derives from WS2007HttpBinding and supports federated security.
A secure and interoperable binding that is designed for use with duplex service contracts that allows both services and clients to send and receive messages.
Specifies the security settings for the WSDualHttpBinding.
A secure and interoperable binding that supports federated security.
Specifies the security settings for the WSFederationHttpBinding. This class cannot be inherited.
Represents an interoperable binding that supports distributed transactions and secure, reliable sessions.
Provides a context-enabled binding for the WSHttpContextBinding
Represents the security settings for the WSHttpBinding.
Represents a certificate identity for the service endpoint. Clients that attempt to communicate with that service endpoint should authenticate the service based on the certificate provided in the endpoint identity.
A message query that evaluates XPath expressions to retrieve data from a message.
Defines the behavior of outbound request and request/reply channels used by client applications.
Defines the contract for the basic state machine for all communication-oriented objects in the system, including channels, the channel managers, factories, listeners, and dispatchers, and service hosts.
Defines the interface for the context control of a channel.
Defines the interface for specifying communication timeouts used by channels, channel managers such as channel listeners and channel factories, and service hosts.
Defines the interface a client channel must implement to exchange messages in a duplex session.
Enable an object to participate in custom behavior, such as registering for events, or watching state transitions.
Enables an object to extend another object through aggregation.
Defines the properties and events used by network-enabled objects to indicate network availability.
Defines the interface for a service channel.
A delegate that is used by InvokeAsync(ClientBase<TChannel>.BeginOperationDelegate, Object, ClientBase<TChannel>.EndOperationDelegate, SendOrPostCallback, Object) for calling asynchronous operations on the client.
Represents a delegate that is invoked by InvokeAsync(ClientBase<TChannel>.BeginOperationDelegate, Object, ClientBase<TChannel>.EndOperationDelegate, SendOrPostCallback, Object) on successful completion of the call made by InvokeAsync(ClientBase<TChannel>.BeginOperationDelegate, Object, ClientBase<TChannel>.EndOperationDelegate, SendOrPostCallback, Object) to ClientBase<TChannel>.BeginOperationDelegate.
Specifies the type of match semantics used by the dispatcher to route incoming messages to the correct endpoint.
Specifies when to audit security events.
Specifies the location where security-related event logs are written.
Enumerates credential types the client can authenticate with when security is enabled in the BasicHttpBinding binding.
Specifies the types of security that can be used with the system-provided BasicHttpBinding.
Specifies the basic https security mode.
Specifies an enumeration of cache settings.
Defines the states in which an ICommunicationObject can exist.
Specifies whether a service class supports single-threaded or multi-threaded modes of operation.
Specifies the type of dead-letter queue to be used.
Specifies how the host name should be used in URI comparisons when dispatching an incoming message to a service endpoint.
Enumerates the valid credential types for HTTP clients.
Enumerates the valid credential types for HTTP proxy authentication.
Specifies the impersonation behavior for a service operation on a service instance.
Specifies the number of service instances available for handling calls that are contained in incoming messages.
Enumerates the valid message credential types.
Specifies the type of authentication used for the binding.
Contains the set of encryption algorithms that can be used to encrypt messages on the wire.
Contains the hashing algorithms that Message Queuing (MSMQ) can use to sign messages.
Specifies the Net Http message encoding.
The NetMsmqSecurityMode enumeration specifies security modes that can be used by the MSMQ transport.
Specifies whether transport-level security is used with named pipes.
Represents the SOAP style that determines how the WSDL metadata for the service is formatted.
Determines the format of the message.
Indicates the network origin of a peer channel message.
Indicates the recipient of a message sent over a peer channel.
Specifies the set of credential types used to authenticate a peer channel transport.
The QueuedDeliveryRequirementsMode enumeration specifies queued delivery requirements.
Indicates the protocol to be used in transferring messages between queue managers.
An enumeration that specifies handling for a poison message.
Specifies when the system recycles the service object in the operation invocation process.
Determines the security settings for a binding.
Specifies the values available to indicate the support for reliable sessions that a contract requires or supports.
Enumerates the valid credential types for TCP clients.
An enumeration that is used with the TransactionFlowAttribute to specify the transaction flow policy for a service operation.
Indicates whether a channel uses streamed or buffered modes for the transfer of request and response messages.
Defines the modes of security that can be used to configure a service endpoint to receive HTTP requests.
Specifies the different security modes for System.ServiceModel.WSDualHttpBinding.
Specifies the different security modes for WSFederationHttpBinding.
Specifies whether Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) or text is used to encode SOAP messages.