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Creating and Consuming Your First WCF Service

, 25 Sep 2009 CPOL
In this article, I will examine how to create and consume a WCF service. WCF is next-generation programming platform and runtime system for building, configuring and deploying service-oriented applications.
wcfsample.zip
WcfSample
WcfSample
App_Data
bin
WcfSample.dll
WcfSample.pdb
Properties
Stock.svc
WcfSample.csproj.user
WcfSample.suo
WebClient
App_Data
bin
WebClient.dll
WebClient.pdb
Properties
Service References
ServiceReference2
configuration.svcinfo
configuration91.svcinfo
Reference.svcmap
Stock.disco
Stocks.wsdl
WebClient.ServiceReference2.Stock.datasource
WebClient.csproj.user

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Farooq Kaiser
Software Developer (Senior) http://www.Fairnet.com
Canada Canada
12+ years of complete software development life cycle experience for web based applications and multi-tier client-server desktop, primarily using LINQ, WCF, WWF, C#, ASP.NET, XML, XSLT, AJAX, Winforms,Visual Basic, JavaScript, JQuery, Google APIs, C++, VB.NET, C, ATL/COM, Open XML. Extensively involved in the requirement analysis, feasibility study, conceptualization, planning, architecture/design, configuration, development, quality assurance, implementation and release of the software products.

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