Indigo tip: Running a Custom Peer Resolver in-proc with the service

Posted by: OhmBlog, on 29 Aug 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I've been meaning to post tips on using Indigo, uh, I mean WCF, but haven't been getting around to it.  Better late than never.. Our current peer channel custom resolver sample relies on a separate resolver EXE to be running.  In many peer to peer scenarios, I don't want to run a separate EXE - rather I want to run the resolver in the context of my app.  This is possible to do with some modification to the sample as long as you're running as a console app. ...

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