Hosting an Indigo (WCF) Service

Posted by: Wenlong Dongs Blog, on 14 Nov 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Let me start with something simple as my first blog. I first make a few assumptions here: You have used Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). You are familiar with .NET Programming with Common Language Runtime (CLR) and ASP.NET. You have heard of Microsoft Windows Communications Foundation (WCF), code-named Indigo. That is all what you need to know before reading the following!   Below I will write about how to host a WCF service in a hosting environment. Introduction There are tons...

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