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When deploying a client that uses a Web service, you need to update the address of the service in the configuration file The configuration file can vary, based on the type of application you ve built Table 11-1 describes the configuration files for the application types covered in this book Application Type
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Table 11-1 Configuration Files for Each Application Type
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11: Deploying Web Services with WCF
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Regardless of the name, each configuration file will have a systemserviceModel element with configuration settings for the Web service Listing 11-8 shows parts of the configuration file that you should find to change the address of the Web service to communicate with
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Listing 11-8 Web service client configuration
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< xml version="10" encoding="utf-8" > <configuration> <systemserviceModel> <client> <endpoint address="http://localhost:8732 /Design_Time_Addresses/WcfDemoCS/CustomerService /" binding="wsHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="WSHttpBinding_ICustomerService" contract="CustomerServiceICustomerService" name="WSHttpBinding_ICustomerService"> </systemserviceModel> </configuration>
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Following the path systemserviceModel, client, endpoint, you ll find an address attribute In the preceding example, the address is set to the address of the WcfDemo project inside the same solution When you deploy your client, you ll want it to communicate with the deployed Web service The following modification allows this client to communicate with the Web service deployed to IIS as discussed previously in this chapter:
<endpoint address="http://localhost:8080/WcfDemoCSCustomerServicesvc" binding="wsHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="WSHttpBinding_ICustomerService" contract="CustomerServiceICustomerService" name="WSHttpBinding_ICustomerService">
The address includes a filename, WcfDemoCSCustomerServicesvc, which was automatically generated when deploying the WcfDemo service You can see the name of this file by looking at the physical folder where the Web service is deployed
Creating a Web Service in a Web Site
The previous discussion of creating a Web service created a separate project for the Web service This approach assumes that you have the ability to configure an IIS Web site for the Web service and can have another IIS Web site for your application if you have
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a Web application as the Web service client However, this might not be possible if you are deploying to a hosted server by a third-party Internet service provider where you only have a single Web site In that case, you have the additional option of adding a Web service directly to an existing Web site To see how this works, create a new ASPNET MVC Web site Right-click the project, select Add | New Item, and create a new WCF Service What you ll see is an interface file, IService1cs; an addressable service file; an implementation class, Service1svc; and Service1svccs, which you can find under the Service1svc branch All of the information you ve learned previously in this chapter applies to coding a Web service that is part of the Web application You should know that this is an option if it fits your needs
Summary
You ve learned how to build a Web service, how to deploy the Web service, and how to write a client that consumes the Web service The discussion on creating the Web service showed you how to define the Web service contract with an interface and applicable attributes You saw how to implement the service also The deployment discussion explained how to host a Web service with IIS and how to use the VS Publish Wizard for deployment You also saw how to write a client that creates a reference to a Web service and writes code to communicate with the Web service
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Customizing the Development Environment
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Key Skills & Concepts
Implement Custom Templates Create Custom Snippets Write Macros
n addition to all the great features you ve seen in preceding chapters, VS gives you the capabilities to customize your own environment The customizations I ll discuss are custom templates, custom snippets, and macros Throughout the book, you ve started new projects and added items to those projects, using what is available with VS On some occasions, you might desire to have a special type of project or customize an existing project for your own needs The same need might apply to project items (such as a special type of class file), where you might change the contents of an item or create a new item 2 showed you how to use snippets, and s 3 and 4 showed how to use several more snippets to quickly code common statements In addition to using existing snippets, you can create your own VS also has a management window that allows you to organize snippets, adding, deleting, and rearranging as you see fit Whenever you run into repetitive scenarios, it would be nice to capture the actions you perform so that you can quickly complete a task For example, if you found yourself using the same set of keystrokes, it would be nice to collapse that action down into one command Macros allow you to collapse repetitive tasks into a single task, saving you time Let s start the journey of customizing VS by looking at customizing templates
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