Getting Started with WCF 4 Using C# 2010

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

This course introduces the .NET Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) technology and its architecture. It shows how to create a basic WCF service and how to host the service in a managed application, a Windows Service, Internet Information Service (IIS), or Windows Process Application Activation Services (WAS). It also covers how to generate a client proxy class and configuration file to access a WCF service. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Technology Specialist: Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 exam (70-513).

Target Audience

All organizations or individual consultants who are using or intend to use the .NET Framework 3.5 with Visual Studio 2010 and Visual C# 2010 to develop Windows Communication Foundation applications; corporate employees, consultants, and university or college students who are preparing for the associated Technology Specialist: Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4 exam (70-513).

Prerequisites

Experience in developing .NET 3.5 or .NET 4 applications with Visual C# 2010; knowledge of .NET distributed technologies, particularly XML Web Services

Expected Duration

150 min.

Course Objectives

Overview of WCF

  • recognize the main capabilities of WCF as a single software solution for distributed applications
  • recognize the architecture of WCF
  • Creating and Implementing a Basic WCF Service

  • create and host a basic WCF service using only code
  • create and host a basic WCF service using code and configuration files
  • implement default endpoints and behaviors
  • implement standard endpoints
  • Configuring a WCF Client

  • configure a WCF client
  • Using the WCF Service Configuration Editor

  • use the WCF Service Configuration Editor to create and edit service configuration files
  • Implementing a Basic WCF Service and Client

    Hosting Options for WCF Applications

  • use IIS to host a WCF service
  • use WAS to host a WCF service
  • use self-hosting in a managed Windows service
  • host more than one service in a single process
  • Hosting WCF Services

    Implementing a Basic WCF Application

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