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Pulling messages using WCF

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
I need to consume messages from an external source on to a public queue which is hosted on machine in domain which is part of internal network. There is a perimeter zone (DMZ) which hides the internal network from the outside work. I cannot have a WCF component in DMZ to act as service to outside world and client to queue in domain. External clients cannot send messages to service in DMZ and client on DMZ cannot send messages to queue backed up service in domain. Can I use callback operations as a solution? Having WCF component on DMZ as client to external service to pull messages and Service to a WCF client in domain. Now would I be able to use another callback to client in domain from Service in DMZ? If this sounds confusing could someone please tell me how can I include an image to this post. I can show a network diagram. Thanks -= JL =-

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