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Building Service-Oriented Applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Thanks to everyone who came out to my talk at the Phoenix Connected Systems User Group meeting last week.

As promised, here are the links to the presentation materials and solution download.

Be sure to join us on November 13th for a foundational discussion on Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). Abstract to follow soon.

Print | posted on Monday, October 20, 2008 9:50 PM | Filed Under [ Speaking Events WCF .NET 3.5 SOA ]

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# re: Building Service-Oriented Applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Thanks for posting that Rick. On page 17 of the presentation you mention that WCF uses 5 types of contracts and you list 4 of them: Service, Operation, Data, and Fault. What is the fifth?
10/21/2008 1:32 PM | Guy Ellis
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# re: Building Service-Oriented Applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Thank for the post Rick. However, solution actually refers to the presentation. Could you update this to include the solution.

Thanks.
7/29/2009 2:55 AM | Saju Daniel
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# re: Building Service-Oriented Applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Saju,

The link has been updated, thanks for the note!

http://cid-df930ee6f91132fd.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Public/Talks/20081009%20PCSUG%20SOA%20WCF/ABCsOfWCF.zip
8/5/2009 7:10 PM | Rick G. Garibay
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# re: Building Service-Oriented Applications with Windows Communication Foundation

Well Guy, sorry for the late response, but the 5th contract type is Message Contract. Message Contract is used when you need precise control over the SOAP message, including headers and body.
8/5/2009 7:11 PM | Rick G. Garibay
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