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WCF 4.0 Configuration Updates

Posted on: September 30, 2012

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a framework for building service-oriented applications. It allows developers to configure services using configuration files or code. Though the configuration settings can be defined through code, it would be easier after being deployed for administration if we put these settings in a configuration file. But when the configuration file becomes too large, the pain comes in. Usually the WCF Configuration Schema is complex and provides user with many hard to find features. WCF 4.0 comes with new features “Simplified Configuration” to remove this pain through support for default endpoints, binding and behavior configurations. In this article I am going to introduce WCF 4.0 configuration model updates. I will explain step by step of the followings features,

  • Default Endpoints
  • Default Bindings
  • Default Behaviors
  • Standard Endpoints
  • File-less Activation

You will get the total article here.

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