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  • Blog Post: Edit .svcmap file to access "hidden" functions of service references

    Not all code generation options of service references are exposed through its UI. To prevent users to be confused by some advanced options, the configuration dialog is designed to only expose options which are most likely to be used. We can only access other options by editing the .svcmap file. Unfortunately...
  • Blog Post: Side by side comparsion between svcutil and the service reference in VS

    The Service Reference is new feature added into VS Orcas, so we don't have to use svcutil when using VS IDE. Here is the side by side comparsion table between svcutil and the service reference in Orcas: Svcutil command line VS service reference (.svcmap) VS UI ...
  • Blog Post: .svcmap file

    After we add a WCF service reference into a Visual Studio project, a .svcmap file will be added to the project, and it contains most information of the service reference. Actually, it is the only essential file of the reference. In most case, we can remove all other files in the service reference, and...
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