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What is meant by EndPoint in WCF?

Posted By :Deco     Posted Date :September 28, 2010    Points :10   Category :WCF 
It's an Interface, it paves a way on how the client should communicate with the service.
It has three points, they are;
1) Address - defines where the service resides
2) Binding - defines how to communicate
3) Contract - defines what the service does

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