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  • Blog Post: Reusing Types in Referenced Assemblies with svcutil's /r Switch

    Everyone’s entitled to their own personal favorite svcutil switch, but mine is the “/reference” switch, or “/r” for short. It allows you to avoid generating a type again if it’s already present in a referenced assembly. Here’s how it works: Let’s say you have an assembly Foo.dll that already contains...
  • Blog Post: Configuring the Client Endpoint for svcutil

    One of the more common questions I get is along these lines: I want to configure svcutil to use a particular binding. How do I do that? Usually, this happens for one of two reasons: 1) You’ve exposed your metadata with a secure binding, and need a way to generate proxy from it. 2...
  • Blog Post: Using XML Schema Import and Export for DataContractSerializer

    For many WCF developers, service metadata import and export is a magical thing. You start your service with a serviceMetadataBehavior, set httpGetEnabled to true or add an IMetadataExchange endpoint, and metadata gets automatically generated for you. Then you run svcutil or use Add Service Reference...
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