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What is three major points in WCF?

Posted By :Baimey Rajesh     Posted Date :August 23, 2012    Points :40   Category :WCF 
1) Address — Specifies the location of the service
2) Contract — Specifies the interface between client and the server.
3) Binding — Specifies how the two paries will communicate in term of transport and encoding and protocols

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