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Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Step by Step

Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Step by Step John Sharp content∙master Microsoft PUBLISHED BY Microsoft Press A Division of Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond, Washington 98052-6399 © 2007 by John Sharp ISBN 0735623368 ISBN 9780735623361 All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Library of Congress Control Number: 2006939802 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 QWE 2 1 0 9 8 7 Distributed in Canada by H.B. Fenn and Company Ltd. A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Microsoft Press books are available through booksellers and distributors worldwide. For further information about international editions, contact your local Microsoft Corporation office or contact Microsoft Press International directly at fax (425) 936-7329. Visit our Web site at www.microsoft.com/mspress. Send comments to mspinput@microsoft.com. Microsoft, Microsoft Press, Active Directory, Internet Explorer, MSDN, SQL Server, Visual Basic, Visual C#, Visual C++, Visual Studio, Windows, Windows CardSpace, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and WinFX are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. The example companies, organizations, products, domain names, e-mail addresses, logos, people, places, and events depicted herein are fictitious. No association with any real company, organization, product, domain name, e-mail address, logo, person, place, or event is intended or should be inferred. This book expresses the author’s views and opinions. The information contained in this book is provided without any express, statutory, or implied warranties. Neither the authors, Microsoft Corporation, nor its resellers, or distributors will be held liable for any damages caused or alleged to be caused either directly or indirectly by this book. Acquisitions Editor: Ben Ryan Project Editor: Valerie Woolley Editorial and Production: Custom Editorial Productions, Inc. Technical Reviewer: Jon Flanders; Technical review services provided by Content Master, a member of CM Group, Ltd. Body Part No. X13-24119 About the Author John Sharp John Sharp is a Principal Technologist at Content Master (http://www.contentmaster.com), part of CM Group Ltd, a technical authoring company in the United Kingdom. He researches and develops technical content for training courses, seminars, and white papers. John is deeply involved with .NET Framework application development and interoperability. He has written papers and courses, built tutorials, and delivered conference presentations covering distributed systems and Web services, application migration and interoperability between Windows/.NET Framework and UNIX/Linux/Java, as well as development using the C# and J# languages. John has also authored Microsoft Visual C# Step by Step, and Microsoft Visual J# Core Reference, both published by Microsoft Press. Acknowledgments Before I started work on this book, my wife used to think I was slightly mad. After my usual bout of late nights, gallons of hot sweet tea, and the occasional burst of interesting vocabulary (I had to initially explain that the term “WCF” is not an expletive, no matter how loudly I shout it), she has now reformed her opinion of me and knows I am quite insane. That said, I wouldn’t swap the experience of writing books for anything in my professional life–there are much harder ways to earn a living, and I thank all at Content Master for allowing me to spend a significant amount of my time doing it. Writing a book is a team effort. However, although you don’t actually meet many people face to face, you work closely with so many people electronically that you feel they are old friends. Certainly the team of professionals I have had the pleasure of working with at Microsoft Press has been superb and I would like to thank them all, especially editor Valerie Woolley, who has guided me through the authoring process and put up with me making change after change to the titles of chapters, and Julie Hotchkiss, who worked patiently behind the scenes liasing with the editing staff and the technical reviewers. I must also make special mention of Jon Flanders, who has done sterling work reviewing each chapter, setting me straight when I did not make sense or when I was just plain wrong! As ever, I must acknowledge the support given to me by my family: to Diana, who supplied the gallons of tea and now understands what WCF is even if she didn’t want to know before; to James, who suddenly grew taller than me while I was writing Chapter 4; and to Francesca, who thinks I am an unfashionably dressed, sad geek. And finally, “Up the Gills!” (If they don’t get promoted soon I shall have to switch my allegiance to Forest Green Rovers.) John Sharp

2010-08-19

Microsoft Visual C# 2008 Step by Step.pdf

Introduction Microsoft Visual C# is a powerful but simple language aimed primarily at developers creating applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework. It inherits many of the best features of C++ and Microsoft Visual Basic but few of the inconsistencies and anachronisms, resulting in a cleaner and more logical language. With the advent of C# 2.0 in 2005, several important new features were added to the language, including generics, iterators, and anonymous methods. C# 3.0, available as part of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, adds further features, such as extension methods, lambda expressions, and, most famously of all, the Language Integrated Query facility, or LINQ. The development environment provided by Visual Studio 2008 makes these powerful features easy to use, and the many new wizards and enhance- ments included in Visual Studio 2008 can greatly improve your productivity as a developer. Who This Book Is For The aim of this book is to teach you the fundamentals of programming with C# by using Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework version 3.5. You will learn the features of the C# language, and then use them to build applications running on the Microsoft Windows oper- ating system. By the time you complete this book, you will have a thorough understanding of C# and will have used it to build Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications, access Microsoft SQL Server databases, develop ASP.NET Web applications, and build and consume a Windows Communication Foundation service. Finding Your Best Starting Point in This Book This book is designed to help you build skills in a number of essential areas. You can use this book if you are new to programming or if you are switching from another programming language such as C, C++, Sun Microsystems Java, or Visual Basic. Use the following table to find your best starting point. xix

2010-08-19

60种皮肤界面ssk文件

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2010-06-28

infopower 4000

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2010-06-28

DELPHI 读取内存

一个利用DELPHI读取运行中进程内存的示例程序

2010-06-22

网络流量查看器wanglonliul

网络流量查看器,wanglonliul.exe 网络流量查看器,wanglonliul.exe

2010-06-22

_Microsoft .NET开发人员职业规划蓝图和学习路线图

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2010-06-22

sniffer pro 4.70.530汉化注册版

sniffer pro 4.70.530汉化注册版 sniffer pro,NAI公司出品的可能是目前最好的网络协议分析软件之一了,支持各种平台,性能优越,做为一名合格的网络管理员肯定需要有这么一套好的网络协议分析软件了,只是有点大请用下载工具下载。SN:SA154-2558Y-255T9-2LASH

2010-06-22

Iris_Trial

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2010-06-22

MSChart_VisualStudioAddOn

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2010-06-22

Microsoft Business Intelligence Interoperability with SAP

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2010-06-22

tcpTrace081

tcpTrace I got fed up with installing Java & Apache SOAP just to get tcpTunnelGUI, so here's a native Win32 version, built using Attila (no MFC :) ). It started out as a copy of the Apache tool, but has taken on a life of its own!. Huh, it does what ? Basically you use it as a tunnel between your client & server. Start tcptrace.exe and up comes a dialog box asking for local port #, destination server, and destination port # (Ignore the logging options for now) . Fill these in, click Ok, and wow are you going to have fun. For example if you are writing a client and testing against a remote server (say www.razorsoft.net ), you can setup Local Port # 8080 Destination Server www.razorsoft.net Destination Port # 80 Now configure your client so that it thinks the server is at localhost:8080. tcpTrace will forward all the traffic from localport:8080 to the remote server (and vica versa), dumping the contents in the process. If you are hosting a server say on port 80 and want to use it, then change your server to run on port 81, and setup Local Port # 80 Destination Server localhost Destination Port # 81 you can now see your incoming traffic. It should work with all the text based IP protocols, I've been using it with SOAP (port 80) & HTTP (port 80), and I know Peter Drayton has been using it with POP3 (port 110) & SMTP (port 25) Command Line Options If you prefer to set-up a tcpTrace session via a command line rather than via the GUI, then there are the following command line options /listen <port> : specifies the local port to listen on. /serverPort <port> : specifies the destination port to forward traffic to. /serverName <servername> : specifies the destination server to forward traffic to. /log <log filename> : enables logging to the specified file. /logFormat <xml | plain> : specifies the logfile format (when logging is enabled) use xml or plain (plain is default). /title <window title> : this overrides the default tcpTrace window title, is useful if you regularly run multiple instances of tcpTrace. /kill : stops all running instances of tcpTrace and exits. this can be useful for batch based testing. e.g. tcptrace /listen 8080 /serverPort 80 /serverName services2.xmethods.net tcptrace /listen 8081 /serverPort 80 /serverName soap.4s4c.com /log c:\log.xml /logFormat xml tcptrace /listen 5049 /serverPort 5049 /serverName nagoya.apache.org /title "Apache Server" If you're doing pure SOAP/HTTP work, you'll want to take a look at proxyTrace as well. My thanks to the following people for helping out Peter Drayton for badgering me into writing the logging support. Matt Humphrey for spotting and fixing a problem with large payloads and the socket shutdown sequence. Steve Witham for fixing my terrible docs, any errors are of course still mine. Everyone who made suggestions for new features. Release History v0.8.1 (Build 717) May 28, 2005 Can now enter upto 500 characters for the server name. v0.8.0 (Build 712) December 17, 2003 If it can't listen on the specified local port it reports an error instead of silently failing. v0.7.3 (Build 710) December 28, 2002 Trace settings are now reflected in the window title when /title hasn't been used. Thanks to Tomas Restrepo for the suggestion. v0.7.2 (Build 708) December 28, 2002 Added option to fix-up single \r & \n into windows linefeeds so that the display stays formated when tracing against non-windows applications. v0.7.1 (Build 683) December 18, 2002 Added "Show Nulls" option, so that data past a NULL character can be seen. v0.7.0 (Build 669) July 6, 2002 Can now select separate fonts for the list view and the text windows. word wrap setting now remembered across invocations. bug with word wrap toggle loosing font setting fixed. v0.6.0 (Build 648) March 27, 2002 [aka the Conference Presenters Edition!] Font selection is now remembered across invocations. The /title command line option added to override the standard window title, useful if you have lots of instances running at the same time. Connections that were still active when the trace is stopped, now have their data flushed to the log file. A problem with line endings in the XML log was fixed. v0.5.0 (Build 626) September 2, 2001 Added support for changing the display font. Fixed the problems with clear. The payload views for the active connection are now dynamically updated. v0.4.0 (Build 521) February 21, 2001 Added support to log the trace info to a file either in plain text or XML format. Added support for starting / stopping / logging from the command line (via Chris Sells's excellent command line parser). Added a stop trace feature v0.3.0 (Build 234) January 15, 2001 Matt Humphrey fixed a problem with large payloads getting truncated / dropped bytes Matt Humphrey fixed a problem with the socket shutdown sequnce Matt Humphrey added support for the up and down cursor keys to work on the connection list Added word wrap support for the request / response windows v0.2.1 (Build 122) December 1, 2000 Corrected the tab order on the trace settings dialog v0.2.0 (Build 120) September 30, 2000 The last used Trace settings are now remembered for next time Trace dialog box initially pops up Legal gunk added to about dialog box Updated docs with additions from Steve Witham Added copy of these docs to the download v0.1.0 (Build 92) September 12, 2000 Initial Release

2010-06-22

WCF+RIA+Service+Silverlight

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2010-06-22

SAP Enterprise Services Explorer 1.1 for Microsoft .NET

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2010-06-22

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2010-06-22

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2009-11-04

清除IE产生的临时垃圾文件

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2009-11-04

powerdesigner 使用建議

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2009-04-09

vs2015 ,2017 创建Controller 时非常慢,一直显示收集信息

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zxing 如何在扫码窗口设置扫码框的大小

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向TDBGridE控件中添加数据

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sqlserver还原到指定时间点

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跨进程把数据导入到DBGrid报错

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如何在其实软件窗体上添加按钮和事件(控件)

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mssql2000 表触发器并发时产生死锁

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delphi sendkeys 发中文

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GridPanel无法隐藏actioncolumn

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grid 列值为undifined

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如何通过句柄获取datagridview数据

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SQL不断产生mdmp文件

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jquery 读取xml

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delphi 获取windows2003已登录用户列表及状态

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webBrowser修改html并重新执行

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如何解密表中的某几个列

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如何解密表中的某几个列

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如何通过句柄获取datagridview数据

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如何判断某个程序是否卡住

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用句柄设置文本框的enable=true,readonly=false

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取messagebox弹出的信息

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用SendMessage 选定 listview .ItemIndex

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通过句柄给文本框赋值(有事件)并回车

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取messagebox弹出的信息

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AJAX CascadingDropDown无刷新绑定dropdownlist取text时是全部的text

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asp.net中用js打开一个窗口后返回一个值给dropdownlist

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c#2.0 web 中只取默认打印机

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Sql Query Analyzer 打開 Table

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用代码触发 TDBNavigator 的按钮

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TRadioGroup的onclick 和 onEnter 事件

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BDE用.INI 文件 連接數據庫

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