Separating out WCF Configuration Into Multiple Files with configSource

WCF configuration files can sometimes be very, very long. And there’s a good reason for that too: WCF makes heavy use of configuration so that you can do just about anything you can do with code in a config file. I recently decided to estimate how much of the entire framework’s configuration belongs to WCF…

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WCF 101: The Simplest WCF Example You’ll Ever See

Every once in a while, I’ll encounter a developer that thinks that WCF is too complicated to use. Whereas in fact, the basics of WCF are incredibly simple. MSDN’s tutorial hides this fact by making their introduction to WCF a fairly long and painful 6-step process, but you need much less to write your first…

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Beta 2’s out!

Ok, so a bit late, but the Beta 2 release of Visual Studio 2010 was released two weeks ago. With Beta 2 come a number of changes to the DataContractResolver, so I’ve finally found the time to update my previous post. For those that have read the post during Beta 1, ResolveType has become TryResolveType…

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