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WS-I defines its Basic Profile as a set of non-proprietary Web services specifications, along with clarifications, refinements, interpretations and amplifications of those specifications which promote interoperability. (See http://www.ws-i.org/deliverables/workinggroup.aspx wg=basicprofile.) The Basic Profile acts as a guide to the consistent usage of the foundational specifications that, taken together, form the core of Web services, namely: SOAP 1.1 WSDL 1.1 Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) 2.0 XML 1.0 (Second Edition) XML Schema Part 1: Structures XML Schema Part 2: Data Types RFC 2246: The TLS (Transport Layer Security) Protocol Version 1.0 RFC 2459: Internet X.509 Public Key Infrastructure Certificate and CRL Profile RFC 2616: Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP/1.1 RFC 2818: HTTP over TLS RFC 2965: HTTP State Management Mechanism The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Protocol Version 3.0
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You can find the latest version of the full profile at http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/BasicProfile1_2(WGAD).html. Another version that is targeted at version 1.2 of SOAP is in the works; you can find that at http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/BasicProfile-2_0(WGD).html.
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WCF provides support for WS-I Basic Profile 1.1 through the BasicHttpBinding class. Writing interoperable WCF services that are WS-I Basic Profile compliant is as easy as using this binding, either programmatically or through a configuration file setting. Use the BasicHttpBinding class programmatically as shown here:
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' VB Dim host As ServiceHost host = New ServiceHost(GetType(OrderEntryService)) host.AddServiceEndpoint(GetType(IOrderEntryService), _ New BasicHttpBinding(), "http://localhost:8080/orders/") host.Open() // C# ServiceHost host = new ServiceHost(typeof(OrderEntryService)); host.AddServiceEndpoint(typeof(IOrderEntryService), new BasicHttpBinding(), "http://localhost:8080/orders/"); host.Open();
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Use the BasicHttpBinding class through a configuration file setting as shown here:
<service name="Orders.OrderEntryService"> <host> <baseAddresses> <add baseAddress="http://localhost:8080/orders/"/> </baseAddresses> </host> <endpoint address="OrderEntryService" binding="basicHttpBinding" contract="Orders.IOrderEntryService" name="OrderEntryServiceHttpEndpoint" /> </service>
One scenario in particular that comes up frequently is when WCF services need to consume existing Web services built on ASP.NET, the Microsoft Web services platform prior to WCF. In the lab following this lesson, you step through an example that uses WCF to consume the MapPoint Web service, an ASP.NET Web service Microsoft hosts that provides mapping services.
Lesson 2: Consuming Non-WCF Services
The Importance of Documentation
In theory, the WSDL that a service emits should contain enough service metadata for a Web services platform to generate proxies that are fully equipped to communicate with the service. In practice, however, there are gaps that, typically, some level of documentation is required to fill. Someday, these gaps might close, but today, they usually exist because there is a gap in the standards supported by one of the technology platforms, either on the service-provider side or on the consumer side. As an example, look at authentication in the context of the MapPoint service you consume in the lab following this lesson. This service uses HTTP digest authentication, but the WSDL itself does not contain any policy stating this. Therefore, when you generate a WCF proxy class and configuration file to consume the service, it will fail unless you modify the configuration file to use this form of authentication. The lab for this lesson details how to update your application to match the documentation but, for now, it s sufficient just to understand that this situation arises simply because the MapPoint service is built on the ASP.NET ASMX Web services technology (referred to as ASMX because of the .asmx extension to distinguish it from ASP.NET Web applications) and does not have any support for WS-Policy, something that is fully supported in WCF. Thus, although a WCF service would be able to emit policy information in its metadata exchange to specify its usage of this authentication mechanism, the ASMX-based MapPoint service could not. WCF consumers can still interoperate with this service, using WCF BasicHttpBinding (to specify Basic Profile support), and the MapPoint service documentation tells consumers how the service handles authentication.
Interoperability by Extended WS-* Support
The WS-I Basic Profile covers only the bare minimum of interoperability support, but what happens when you go beyond that and enter the realm of WS-* (WS-Security, WS-ReliableMessaging, and so on) WCF has strong support for many of these specifications, but what are your chances for interoperability after you start using these extended Web services standards Unfortunately, the answer is that, at this point in time, each case has to be looked at individually. WS-I has defined additional profiles that will help, such as the Basic Security Profile (http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/BasicSecurityProfile-1.0.html) and the Reliable Secure Profile (http://www.ws-i.org/profiles/rsp-scenarios-1.0.pdf), but in reality, the support for many of the WS-* specifications is mixed across the various Web services platforms. Later chapters discuss WCF support for the broader WS-* specifications (the specifications that extend beyond what the Basic Profile offers and move into the realm of the qualities of service under which a service is capable of executing). For now, understand that WCF has very strong standards-based support for interoperability in the face of the following qualityof-service challenges:
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