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Table 45 Attribute Name Binding Properties Description Default
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Bypass the proxy settings for local endpoints The maximum time to wait for the connection to be closed Speci es the method for hostname comparison when parsing URIs Maximum size of any buffer pools used by the transport Maximum number of bytes used to buffer incoming messages in memory The maximum size of an incoming message The type of encoding used to encode messages The name of the binding The maximum time to wait for an open connection operation to complete Specify a speci c Web proxy to use must be false for this setting to apply Specify the complexity of messages that can be processed (for example, size) The maximum time to wait for a receive operation to complete
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Table 45 continued Attribute Name Description Default
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Speci es the security settings of the binding The maximum time to wait for a send operation to complete The method of character encoding used to encode messages must be set to Text for this setting to apply
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Determines how messages are Buffered sent across the network Messages can either be buffered or streamed Use the default Web proxy speci ed by the operating system true
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The following con guration information is meant to be used with the sample application shown in Listings 42 through 44 The con guration service information shown in Listing 411 exposes the binding using the
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Listing 411 Host Configuration
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Listing 412 shows the client con guration to consume the service using binding shown in Listing 411 the
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Listing 412 Client Configuration
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As mentioned previously, Web services are the foundation for interoperable communication among heterogeneous systems Advanced Web services are those Web services exposed using the WS-* speci cations (pronounced wsstar) WCF has support for the WS-* speci cations including security, reliable messaging, and transactions The list of supported speci cations is shown in , Table 46 Support for these features is available in the , and bindings
NOTE Bindings That Start with ws Should Be Used for Interoperability Using Web Services
Windows Communication Foundation pre xes all bindings that are meant for interoperability using Web services begin with the ws pre x Conversely, all bindings that begin with the net pre x should be used only between NET applications
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Table 46 WS-* Specifications Supported by the Standard Description Binding
SOAP 12 WS-Addressing 2005/08 WSS Message Security 10
Lightweight protocol for exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment Transport-neutral mechanisms to address Web services and messages Speci cation for securing Web services using a variety of mechanisms such as PKI, Kerberos, and SSL Support for security tokens based on a username and optionally a password (or password equivalent such as a shared secret) Support for tokens based on X509 certi cates
WSS Message Security UsernameToken Pro le 11 WSS SOAP Message Security X509 Token Pro le 11 WS-SecureConversation WS-Trust WS-SecurityPolicy
Extensions to WS-Security to provide a secure context for multiple message exchanges Extensions to WS-Security to request and issue tokens and to manage trust relationships Policy assertions for WS-Security, WS-SecureConversation, and WS-Trust, which are expressed using WS-Policy A protocol for guaranteeing messages are delivered, properly ordered, and received without duplication A framework for providing protocols that coordinate the actions of distributed applications A protocol that coordinates the actions of distributed applications based on the atomic transactions A transport-neutral mechanism for addressing Web services
WS-ReliableMessaging
WS-Coordination WS-Atomic Transactions
WS-Addressing
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Support for WS-* is included throughout the WCF framework The binding is an example of this support This binding provides interoperable communication across heterogeneous platforms as well as advanced infrastructure level protocols, such as security, reliable messagbinding is the default binding in ing, and transactions The NET Framework 30 whenever you need interoperable communication based on Web services The following code shows the addressing formats for the binding:
The default port is port 80 for http and port 443 for https This is the case binding elefor any binding based on the binding ment, including the Table 47 shows the binding properties that are con gurable on the binding