Windows Communication Foundation Using C# (VS2012 ) Training in Camarillo

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Course Description

 
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoftâ??s new framework for building distributed systems. It unifies and builds on the diverse set of existing distribution mechanisms, which include ASP.NET Web services and .NET r emoting. WCF enables devel opers to produce highly configurable, secure, reliable and transactional services using a single simplified programming model. And since WCF supports the WS - * series of Web service standards, it enables simple interoperation with other platforms and techno logies. This 3 day course provides a thorough grounding in this important technology. The first chapter covers the essential concepts and shows how to implement WCF services and clients. The "ABC" of address, binding and contracts are covered in detail. Service contracts and data contracts are elaborated, and instance mana gement is covered. The course includes a discussion of error handling and security and concludes with cove rage of the WCF Routing Service . A large number of working examples and lab exer cises are pr ovided. The course uses .NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1390 (US)

Prerequisites

Students should have a good working knowledge of building .NET applications with C#. Kn owledge of building distributed systems and Web services will also be an advantage.

Course Outline

 

1. WCF Essentials
What is WCF?
WCF Services
Service Orientation
WCF = ABC
Address, Binding, Contract
Hosting Services
A Service Contract
Visual Studio WCF Test Host
Closing the Test Host Manually
Self-Hosting
ServiceHost Class
Host Life Cycle
WCF Clients
Channels
Channel Factory
Base Address
Uri Class
Configuration Files
Simplified Host Code
Proxy Initialization
Metadata Exchange
Behaviors
A Service in a Browser
Standard Endpoints
WCF Architecture
ServiceHost and Channel Factory
Service Contexts and Instances

2. Addresses and Bindings
Addresses
Transports
Bindings
Message Exchange Patterns
Security
Choosing a Binding
HTTP Bindings
TCP and Named Pipe Bindings
MSMQ Bindings
Importance of BasicHttpBinding
Working with Endpoints
Default Endpoints & Bindings
Helper Methods
ServiceDescription Class
Multiple Endpoints
Configuration File
Simple Host Code

3. Service Contracts
Service Contracts at Class Level
Service Contracts at Interface Level
Benefits of Interface Level Definition
A Service with Multiple Contracts
ServiceContractAttribute
Attributes in WSDL
Viewing WSDL Files
Contract Inheritance
Operation Overloading
Enabling Operation Overloading
Operation Overloading Client

4. Instance Management
Behaviors
WCF Behaviors
Configuring Behaviors
Configuring Behaviors in Code
WCF Instancing Models
Per-Call Instancing
Per-Session Instancing
Sessions and Threading
Singleton Instancing
Which Model to Use?
Windows Forms WCF Clients

5. Data Contracts
Data Contracts
XSD for Data Contract
Arrays
Array in XML Schema
Array in Proxy
Generic Collections
Generic Collections in XML Schema
Generic Collections in Proxy
Enumerations in Data Contracts
Employee Client Program
Saving and Restoring
Serialization in WCF and .NET
SOAP Serialization
DataContract Serialization
JSON Serialization
Using XmlSerializer
Restoring Data
Versioning
New and Missing Members
New Client of Old Service
Round Trip
Required Members
OnDeserializing Event

6. More about Service Contracts
Versioning Service Contracts
Version 1 Service
Version 2 Service
New Operations
Version 3 Service
Version 1 Client/Version 3 Service
Version 2 Client/Version 2 Service
Version 3 Client/Version 3 Service
Message Exchange Patterns
Request-Reply
Oneway / Duplex
Callbacks
Invoking a Callback
Callback on a Client
Asynchronous Proxies
Threading Considerations
Task-Based Asynchronous
Patterns
Task-Based Client
WebSockets

7. Handling Errors
Errors in Distributed Systems
Errors in .NET and WCF
Service Library Code
Client Code
Client Exception Handling
Fault Exceptions
Exception Details in Faults
Exception Details
Exception Dialog
Fault Contracts
Custom Faults
Faulted Channels

8. WCF Security
Services and Security
Security Aspects of Services
Transfer Security
Transport Security
Configuring Transport Security
Host and Client Security
Configuration
Client’s Security Configuration
Message Security
Configuring Message Security
Other Security Modes
Certificates
Managing Certificates
Exception Details
Client Certificate Configuration
Sending Credentials
Username Credentials

9. WCF Routing
WCF Routing Service
Service Contract and Implementation
Service Configuration
Hosting the Service
Client Application
Configuring the Router
Router Configuration File
Routing Contracts
Message Filters
EndpointName Message Filter
EndPointName Router Configuration
Incoming Endpoints and the Client
Error Handling
Running Backup List
WCF Routing Scenarios

10. Appendix A. Learning Resources

11. Appendix B. Hosting in IIS 7.5
Internet Information Services
Installing IIS 7.5
WCF with IIS 7.5
.NET Framwork Version
Registering ASP.NET
A Service Contract
A Website for the Service
WCF ServiceTemplate
Service Configuration
Referencing the Class Library
Examining the Service in the Browser
WCR Clients
Creating WCF Clients
Service as an IIS Application
Converting to an Application
Configuring as an Application
Moving a WCF Solution

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