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Run Service wsDualHttpBinding with Callback and Clients without

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 15, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF

It is possible to run a service wsDualHttpBinding with Callback and configure Clients without a call back(e.g wsHttpBinding) and without the callback contract.

The scenario is to have a callback host and both clients can connect with and without callback.



if (callback)


CallbackHandler myCallBack = new CallbackHandler();

DuplexChannelFactory<ICalculatorDuplex> channel

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