Category Archives: wcf behaviors

How to add custom policy assertions to a WCF service without using a custom binding

Recently I have been trying to work with the ws policy standard to add information to our service WSDLs. WCF has an extension point for doing just that, you can read a really good example of this WCF extension here. … Continue reading

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An idea for exposing additional data and fault contracts for a WCF service through behaviours

Although I am not working on this at the moment I’ve just stumbled across something that I thought I should capture as a potential solution for an existing problem. The problem: We are using WCF behaviours to provide common functionality … Continue reading

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Consuming a WCF Service with an unmanaged C++ client with credential passing

After much hassle I eventually got this working. This post explains how I got it to work and will try and pull together several information sources I found during the investigation. Service, Step 1 – Bindings and Security To maximize … Continue reading

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