What is meant by WS Addressing Standard in WCF ?

 Posted by Akiii on 10/9/2012 | Category: WCF Interview questions | Views: 3070 | Points: 40

The address for an endpoint is a unique URL that identifies the
location of the service. The address should follow the Web Service Addressing (WS-Addressing) standard, and they are :-

(1) Scheme - This is typically “http” followed by a colon.

(2) Machine - Identifies the machine name, which can be a public URL such as “www.google.com" or a local identifier such as “localhost”.

(3) Port - The optional port number, preceded by a colon.

(4) Path - The path used to locate the service files. Typically, this is just the service name, but the path can consist of more than one level when a service resides in a directory structure.

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