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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
I've been using WCF for years and have been in the 90 of the 90-10 rule.  Now I need to start using WCF in ways that don't fit neatly.  I find it exciting, actually.  But it's a lot harder to find the information I need.  So I'm turning to this forum.  I have two fundamental questions: 1. In the config file under the "service" tag, is the "name" attribute like the "codebehind" value in an asp.net page?  i.e., does this always map to the code that is called? 2. Is it possible to specify two difference services with two different endpoints go to the same code location?  If so, how would that code be able to determine which service was called?  I know I could implement two different code destinations that call on the same reused code elsewhere but I may not have that option given the state of our legacy code.

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