I have created an endpoint in a WCF service that developers are using. If I add one more method or operation contract and add/update the endpoint, can the developers access this newly created endpoint? If not, why? (Why is this called SOA?)

Posted by Jameschowdare under WCF on 2/4/2010 | Views : 1226 | Status : [Member] | Replies : 4
I have created an endpoint in a WCF service that developers are using. If I add one more method or operation contract and add/update the endpoint, can the developers access this newly created endpoint?
If not, why? (Why is this called SOA?)




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Posted by: Vuyiswamb on: 2/4/2010 [Member] [MVP] [Administrator] NotApplicable

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Yes , but now they need to Update the reference.

Right click --> Properties on the Project that has referenced the Service and Update the Reference.

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Posted by: Jameschowdare on: 2/4/2010 [Member] Starter

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ya ,we use update web/service references in the references


so how can we say it is soa

my doubt (soa) is we can plug in the existed app using soa , with out intereupting,

here we are again updating the web/service reference ,
so how can we say wcf is soa.
if is anything wrong in my question pls explain it


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Posted by: Vuyiswamb on: 2/5/2010 [Member] [MVP] [Administrator] NotApplicable

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It is Called SOA because it is loosely-integrated, Understand ?

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Posted by: Jameschowdare on: 2/8/2010 [Member] Starter

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ya got it

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