WCF Configuration from Novice to Ninja Series Part 2

October 14, 2012

In today‚Äôs blog I am going to explain basicHttpContextBinding. The configuration for basicHttpContextBinding looks like below. If we observe the Configuration of basicHttpBinding and basicHttpContextBinding the configuration is absolutely same. BasicHttpBinding defines a binding used by WCF to configure and expose endpoints which provide compatibility with ASMX based services and clients, or to any other […]


WCF Configuration from Novice to Ninja Series Part 1

September 27, 2012

I had observed hard time for developers in playing with the WCF Configurations. So I had decided to provide the WCF Configurations in detail for each kind of Bindings. In this article I would like to cover basicHttpBinding Configuration settings. <basicHttpBinding> <!– Binding Section Starting Point –> <binding allowCookies=”Boolean” bypassProxyOnLocal=”Boolean” closeTimeout=”TimeSpan” envelopeVersion=”None/Soap11/Soap12″ hostNameComparisonMode=”StrongWildCard/Exact/WeakWildcard” maxBufferPoolSize=”Integer” maxBufferSize=”Integer” […]


What is WCF

January 14, 2012

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a framework for building service-oriented applications. Using WCF, you can send data as asynchronous messages from one service endpoint to another. A service endpoint can be part of a continuously available service hosted by IIS, or it can be a service hosted in an application. An endpoint can be a […]


WCF Security

November 1, 2010

Overview Services and service consumers are often on opposite sides of trust boundaries. A trust boundary is a physical or virtual boundary within which actual levels of trust can vary. A trust boundary can be an application process, a machine, or even the Internet itself. When SOAP messages flow through a trust boundary, they may […]