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  • User-234026806 posted

    Hi There;

    I am reading book Professional WCF 4, written by Pablo Cibraro, Kurt Claeys, Fabio Cozzolino, Johann Grabner.  There is a passage in the book: 

    In many cases, the sender of a message does not always know where to send the message. The actual receiver is not known by the client so a routing mechanism determines the real address of the endpoint. The route can perform different kinds of processing during the routing. 

    This decision can be influenced by the content of the message in combination with a set of business rules. Or the actual endpoint can just be hardcoded. In all cases, the idea is to decouple the senders from receivers across the organization in a flexible way.

    When the actual endpoint is determined by a value or combination of multiple values in the content of this message, it is called content-based routing.

    It’s often a business requirement that data be sent to one of the possible multiple receivers which are interested in this data and can fulfi ll the request while other receivers cannot.

    Could you please clarify the concept <g class="gr_ gr_344 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim Grammar only-del replaceWithoutSep" id="344" data-gr-id="344">that mentioned</g> above?  Thanks in advanced.

    Sunday, February 3, 2019 11:40 AM

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