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Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a secure, reliable, and scalable messaging platform for the .NET Framework 3.0. With WCF, SOAP messages can be transmitted over a variety of supported protocols including IPC (named pipes), TCP, HTTP and MSMQ. Like any distributed messaging platform, you must establish security policies for protecting messages and for authenticating and authorizing calls. This article will discuss how WCF accomplishes this.
Extending Runtime, Extending Hosting, Extending the Messaging Layer, Extending Channels, Extending Encoders, Introducing RESTful Services, The REST Architecture, Principles of RESTful Services, Implement Syndication in RESTful Services.
Implementing Security,Securing Services Over an Intranet, Securing Services Over the Internet, Identifying the Extensibility Features in WCF, Extending the Service Model Layer, Extending Clients and Dispatchers, Extending Bindings.
Working with Peer-to-Peer Applications, Defining Security, WCF Security Concepts, Security Levels in WCF, Impersonation.
Defining Reliable Messaging, Using Reliable Sessions, Using Queues
Implementing Serialization and Encoding, Identifying Transactions, Properties of a Transaction, Components of a Transaction, Transaction Models, Implementing Transactions in WCF, The TransactionFlow Attribute, The ServiceBehavior Attribute, The OperationBehavior Attribute.