Last post Jul 17, 2014 02:59 AM by ShivaKarthik
Jun 20, 2013 01:04 PM|desertfoxaz|LINK
I have created a WCF web service using WS2007HttpBinding and Visual Studio has modified my app.config to include the settings for the service. I noticed that in the endpoint settings, there is an identity element that specifies a userPrincipalName of "email@example.com"
where "me" us my username and "mycompany" is the domain. I commented this out and refreshed my service references, but the service's configuration.svcinfo, configuration91.svcinfo and Service.wsdl files still have this in there contents. Do I need to be
concerned with this?
I have only used BasicHttpBinding in the past and I don't recall the identity ever being specified in the configuration file. Is it required when using WS2007HttpBinding? I have a WCF book (Windows Communication Foundation 4 Step by Step by John Sharp,
Microsoft Press) that recommends WS2007HttpBinding for all new development but most of the examples use BasicHttpBinding or NetTcpBinding.
Jul 17, 2014 02:59 AM|ShivaKarthik|LINK
Please find the difference between basichttpbinding and WShttpbinding