this is my 1st que on this site...hope u would undrstand...
currently i m working in dot net 1.1 and i want to Encrypt the xml file...
now i have code for it but it is in uppper version...
so can it possible to use it in .net 1.1...?
if yes then how??
I'm currently busy with preparing for the 70-513 MCPD exam, and learning how to use WCF. In my study I created an overview of all the out-of-the-box bindings for WCF. Can you guys please review this overview, and give me some pointers if the overview isn't sufficient enough? Thanks in advance!
just wandering if i can get some assistance with a small wcf client problem. I have build a wcf server app created a proxy and app.config file with svcutil.exe i can use this proxy in a comand line client for testing and this all works fine. But now i wish to implament the client behind a widows forms application but as soon as i add exsting file and select the proxy.vb file i sudenly have 100 errors in the error window and the designer for my form crashes and i cant do a thing untill i remove the file. How do i create a forms application and use my generated proxy that as far as i can tell works perfectly. Am i doing something wrong. Any assistance greatly apreciated
Why do you copy the file from one project to an other?
I don't know vb.net but in C# just click right on refrences in the project tree an select "add service refrence". The select your service and all needed files are created.
We were just following the example MSoft gave but there example has everything in the same solutio. But it was easy to host the server and connect to it remotely and get the meta data and build the proxy with the service reference tool.
i have used your application and its awesome.
it worked properly but when i import your complete project into my project then Client side started giving error about "no end point" but Host is working properly.what to do with Client??
This sounds like you are trying to respond to an article. The best way to do that is on the forum at the bottom of the actual article. The author of the particular article you are referring to might not even visit this forum.
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I have a Server 2003 machine at home. I want to host a WCF service that I can access from my office. I know how to create the service. I just don't what's involved in setting up my server to host it. Is it just a port that I need to open. Any help is appreciated.
I'm putting together a prototype. I have 2 PC's with a WCF service running on one, and I want to consume it from the other. What do I have to do to expose the service so I can access it from the other PC?
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