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Cannot use ReliableSession in a Windows Phone XNA project client

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF

I have a server with "ReliableSession" enabled (custombinding). When I use "Add Service Reference" at the Windows Phone client, the ServiceReferences.ClientConfig appears empty...

If I remove the "ReliableSession" at the server side and then use "Add Service Reference" at the Windows Phone client, the ServiceReferences.ClientConfig is updated fine (but we can't use sessions for global variables this way...)

The same server with a client project works fine.



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