My Proxy Wrapper and the EVIL SUO File

Posted by: dasBlonde, on 24 Apr 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

A few weeks ago I was presenting a code sample that I created last year and discovered a mysterious problem. First, let me explain the sample. It is a proxy wrapper for WCF clients that illustrates how to swallow timeout exceptions and recreate channels automatically when there is an exception that faults the channel. The idea is this: When a channel with a transport session times out, does the user need to see an error? Not really. But, the exception won't show up until you try to call the service,...

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