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Cannot acces WCF service. WCF hangs after few calls when Streamed mode is used

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I am using WCF service with streamed mode. WCF/IIS hangs after few calls. Client not able to access WCF service after few calls. But I am able to access the service from browser. It is happening only with streamd mode. With Buffered mode application is working fine. Tried throttling also but not working. I am accessing WCF service from windows application.



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