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The following is a walk-through for setting up IIS 7 on Windows 7
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1 Select Start | Control Panel | Programs And Features, which will display the Uninstall
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Or Change A Program window, shown in Figure 11-3
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Features window, shown in Figure 11-4
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Figure 11-3 The Uninstall Or Change A Program window
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Figure 11-4 The Windows Features window
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Order of Installations Matter
ASPNET and WCF Web Services are hosted in IIS and require special configuration to allow hosting by IIS Therefore, it s helpful if IIS is installed before VS is installed VS will install all of the ASPNET and WCF Service settings if IIS is installed If you install IIS after VS is installed, you can still set up ASPNET and WCF Service settings with the following commands; first ASPNET: "%windir%\MicrosoftNET\Framework\v4021006\aspnet_regiisexe" i enable and then WCF Services (all on one line): "%WINDIR%\MicrosoftNet\Framework\v30\Windows Communication Foundation\ServiceModelRegexe" r The actual directory name for the aspnet_regiisexe file might be different because the v4xxx will change in the future, so you might need to open Windows Explorer and search for the actual directory name yourself
3 This example enables FTP, which is one of the ways you can deploy a Web site Ensure
the option for Ensure IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility, under the IIS 6 Management Compatibility branch, is selected When you click OK, the IIS server will be installed
Creating a Web Site on IIS 7 on Windows 7
Next, you ll need to create a Web site on IIS 7 on Windows 7 by following these steps:
1 Select Start | Control Panel | Administrative Tools, which will display the Administrative
Tools window, shown in Figure 11-5
2 Double-click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager to display the Internet
Information Services (IIS) Manager window, shown in Figure 11-6
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Figure 11-5 The Administrative Tools window
3 Right-click Sites and select Add Web Site, or click the Add Web Site link on the
Actions panel to show the Add Web Site window, shown in Figure 11-7
4 Give the Web site a name and specify the physical location As shown in Figure 11-7,
the name of the site is WcfDemo and the site will be physically located at c:\WebSites\ WcfDemo Notice that the Port in the Binding section is set to 8080 The default for a Web site port is 80, but you can have only a single site with that port Alternatively, you could change the host name and keep port 80 In this case, we decided to set the port to 8080 so that the addresses of the Web sites don t overlap Use a different port number if 8080 is already used on your system Clicking OK will create the Web site
11: Deploying Web Services with WCF
Figure 11-6 The IIS Manager window
5 Ensure that the WcfDemo Web site is selected in IIS Manager and click the Add FTP
Publishing link on the Actions pane, which is on the right side of IIS Manager You ll see the Binding And SSL Settings window, shown in Figure 11-8
6 Accept the defaults on the Binding And SSL Settings window and click Next to show
the Authentication And Authorization window, shown in Figure 11-9
7 Set options on the Authentication And Authorization window according to who you
want to be able to access this Web site Anonymous allows anyone to access the site and is less secure A more secure option would be to restrict access to specified users or groups that you trust Basic authorization shows a login screen when someone connects to the FTP site Clicking Finish will enable this site for FTP access
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Figure 11-7 The Add Web Site window
8 In IIS Manager, select Application Pools An application pool is a process that you
can assign Web sites to This gives Web sites protection from each other because if one process crashes, it doesn t bring down Web sites in other processes IIS created an application pool for your Web site with the same name when creating it previously Double-click the application pool named after your Web site and set its NET Framework version to v4 The exact version number could vary in the future, so you want to ensure it s the same NET Framework version number that you build your application with in VS Once your Web site is set up, you can deploy, which is discussed next
11: Deploying Web Services with WCF
Figure 11-8 The Binding And SSL Settings window
Deploying the WCF Service to IIS
If you want to run the WCF service in VS, you don t have to do anything because VS already set the project up to run with a built-in server The discussion in this section is intended to help you deploy to IIS on a Windows 2008 server If you just want to run the Web service in VS, you can skip this section for now and move to the next section on how to build a client that communicates with the Web service Then return to this section when you re actually ready to deploy to IIS To deploy a Web service project, you ll need to obtain the address of the Web site, modify the project configuration file, and use the VS Publish tool
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