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Unable to set cookies when accessing WCF from Console or Windows Forms Application

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

Hi all,

I am trying to consume wcf service from a console application. WCF service is hosted in IIS 7.0 and its secured using SSL. I have added the service reference in the console app. While making a call to the service i have to pass cookies with the call. Usually in silverlight or web application, i can find cookiecontainer object for every wcf service object. But i cant find it in console app environment. I have set AllowCookies=true in the app.config file.

any help would be appreciated


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