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WCF step by step

Posted By:Vinodh       Posted Date: September 20, 2011    Points: 40    Category: WCF    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

This code snippet explains WCF for beginers in a simple way
 

Step by step procedure to create WCF:


A.Creating the service (Server side)


Step 1: Open Visual Studio 2010 and create project ,choose  "Windows Service  Application", and give a name to your project say MyService.


Step 2: Open IService.cs  , in that you can see [ServiceContract] where your intetface name is declared and [OperationContract] here you function contract should be defined here (note: delete the default functions if they are not needed), initialize you addData function here





Step 3: Open Service1.svc.cs and add the code for the addData function, ( note: delete the default functions if they are not needed)


                                   


Step 4: Declare your endpoint in web.config file add the below code which is in  bold and Italics.

                                 

                                    


Step 5:Save the project and run it


                                        

B. Creating the client to consume the service (Client side):


Step 1: Open another Visual studio 2010 , create a new ASP.net web application.right click the project and go to 'Add Service reference' ,copy and paste the service  url and press OK


Step 2: Open Default.aspx , create a simple button and lable controls


Step 3: Double click the button and add this following code


                                          


Ste 4: Build and run the project ,now your client has comsumed the services!!


                                           

 



     

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