What are the different ways of calling WCF service from client ?
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I need to change the PHP page with WCF service, but the problem is that many of our clients are sending(usig POST) large stream data like binary files to our PHP website, now we are upgrading our system and moving towards wcf services,
The problem is that we want our clients to only change URL, and do not need to change any code in their calling mechanism or no need to create proxy on their cliend side. We simply change php to wcf services on our Servers only. Our clients are using .net
2.0 client application. Is there any way to do this. or Is this possible ?
One thing which I get from internet is use Rest based wcf services.
Have anybody some example or idea to accomplish my task.
I'm having problems to obtain the client IP on web service. Here's my scenario:
One server with Windows 2003, hosting the web service using .Net Framework 2.0, with IP 10.0.2.50 and host name ServerTransaction.Other server with Windows 2003, hosting a web application using .Net Framework 2.0, that consuming the web service on ServerTransaction, with IP 10.0.2.51 and host name ServerApplication.Many other computers on the local network (IPs: 10.0.2.80, 10.0.2.81, 10.0.2.82, ...) acessing the web application on ServerApplication.
On the code of the web service I've tried to use HttpContext.Current.Request.UserHostAddress or HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR") or HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FORR"), but always I can only get the IP of ServerApplication (10.0.2.51).
Any idea or tip?
Thanks and sorry for my bad english.
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Does anyone know of a C# code sample demonstrating WCF REST services and console test client with OperationContracts (GET and POST) implementing mutiple paramaters using BASIC authentication? Also, perhaps, using Fiddler as a test client as well? I have searched high and low for something like this, but have not had any success.
Anyone have any experience with this?
We are using VS 2005 for the front end, and vs 2010 for the web services part (asmx), not wcf yet.
Web service works just like the vs2005 when run locally, no problems.
Connecting to it from a test app returns an empty string. Connecting to a 2005 app doesn't!
Anyone run into this before or have a suggestion? Surely vs 2005 can connect to web services from a later version?