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BasicHttpBinding vs. WSHttpBinding

, 23 Aug 2011 CPOL
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Difference between BasicHttpBinding and WSHttpBinding
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Difference between BasicHttpBinding and WSHttpBinding

BasicHttpBinding
1.  WS-I Basic Profile 1.1 specification (Old ASMX style)
 2.  It supports SOAP 1.1 as a messaging protocol
 3.  Doesn’t support WS-Security, and the entire payload is 
     sent in plain text.
 4.  Offers great level of interoperability.


WSHttpBinding

1.  Allows you to use various WS-* specifications such as
     WS-Security 1.1, WS-Reliable Messaging etc
 2.  It supports SOAP 1.2 as a messaging protocol
 3.  As its built using WS-* specifications, it does not support 
     wider ranges of client.

WSHttpBinding more secure and reliable than BasicHttpBinding. Finally, if compatibility is not required, WSHttpBinding is the choice.

- Mahesh

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GeneralThanx for you tip/trick but i am expecting example. Pin
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