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hi all..,

i'm new in WPF &Wcf.

I'm create Wpf1 i add one Wcf Service.

then again create one Wpf2 Application .this(Wpf2) application call to that Wcf service.

how to do ?
Posted 3-Oct-12 19:16pm

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First of all, why would you entangle WPF and WCF in this question? These things are unrelated, don't mix all things together. Ever heard of separation of concerns? Please see:[^].

Besides, even though you can host a WCF service in a windowed or other interactive application (again, it does not matter if it is WPF or not), this is not an adequate form of application user as a service (but it's a good idea to have such interactive version of the same application, as debugging is a whole lot easier). The adequate form of application hosting any kind of services is the Windows Service:[^],[^],[^].

Now, how to use WCF? I would advise to use WCF self-hosted in the service application. Please see:[^].

To understand how can it look along with the clients, please see this article on WCF hosting and consuming:[^].

This should be enough to get started. For some good code sample, you can also perform the CodeProject article search. But not mix it with WPF. :-)


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