After Server reboot you loose your SSL Bindings funcionatlity on your WCF Service

For some “supernatural” and “odd” reason sometimes you loose your SSL bindings in your WCF Services and you cannot test them even if the¬†“netsh http show sslcert” command correctly shows the binding for the all the your WCF applications. I saw this happen on several scenarios, allways after a server reboot, and most of times…

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Two WCF services listening on Endpoint using NamedPipes can thrown EndpointNotFoundException

Some time ago, I was helping out a team of developers that after testing this new WCF Service in their developement environment they went out and deployed this amazing piece of Software code and sudenly they started to see this really aboying error: System.ServiceModel.EndpointNotFoundException: There was no endpoint listening at net.pipe://localhost/AmazingWCFService/WonderfullDefaultPipe that could accept the…

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The WCF Service, the Load Balancer and the Transport Security

Looking at the title of this post it looks almost that I will be talking about a remake of some “Western Spaghetti” of the old days, but no, rest assure, that is not the case the topic is something much more dangerous. Lets talk about WCF Services, Load Balancers and Security stuff, scary talk, right?…

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Hosting Workflows in a WCF Service is queueing up and times out

Hosting a Workflow through a WCF Service is not an usual scenario that we see very often, right? Well a couple of days ago I find out one of this unicorns, and guess what? Yes, is causing some issues ūüôā So, I got this question for help on a scenario where the developers had developed…

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[WCF Errors] : Could not find a base address that matches scheme net.tcp for the endpoint with binding NetTcpBinding

So, you decided to¬†migrate some of your WCF Services into a new Server. However¬†after this migration the WCF Services are not working and you start seeing the¬†below Error: “Could not find a base address that matches scheme net.tcp for the endpoint with binding NetTcpBinding. Registered base address schemes are [http]. ” Frustrating, right? However the…

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