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Hosting WF4 Services in IIS7 with net TCP binding

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application

I have a few WCF Workflow Service (.xamlx) i have deployed these in IIS 7 and these are working properly on http binding. No i want to expos these services on net.tcp binding as well. What i have done is:

  1. http version is running on port 4040
  2. Added net.tcp in my website's enabled protocols property i.e. "http,net.tcp"
  3. Added net.tcp binding with "4041:*" as binding information.
  4. modified web.config with net.tcp binding information (for 1 service having IService as service contract) as given below 


  	<service name="UpdateContactSvc">

	  <endpoint name=" 

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