WCF Service is Created at Server Side. Which of the following Application can create Proxy (or) Consume as client side ?
2).Net 2.0 Application
3).NET 3.5 Application
5)Windows Mobile 6.0 Application
- Edited by Syed Shakeer HussainMicrosoft contingent staff Thursday, June 28, 2012 4:33 PM
On 6/28/2012 12:30 PM, Syed Shakeer Hussain wrote:> Hi,>> Which of the following Application we can use WCF service ?>> 1)Classic ASPYep with some kind of a wrapper for COM and .NET WCF service.>> 2).Net 2.0 Applicationyep>> 3).NET 3.5 Application>Yep> 4)Java Applicatiomso they say>> 5)Windows Mobile 6.0 Applicationyep
Hi, 2 and 4 im sure with basicHttpBinding, wich is a standard webservice frontend for the WCF service, also from C++ from any linux for example using gnuSoap, basically basicHttp binding allows calls from any standard soap-web service capable client.
The other binding configurations are more WCF specific.
- Edited by Enrique Ferreyra Thursday, June 28, 2012 6:03 PM
Yes, As for classic ASP, you could use the native MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP component to call WCF service. AS for .NET 2.0 application and Java application, you could use WCF service with basicHttpBinding as a tradition Web service. But as for Windows Mobile 6.0 Application, you can use WCF REST service. As for .NET 3.5 application, you could use 'Add service reference' or svcutil.exe to call it.