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Question No: 1 of 9
What is the use of  Endpoints? 
Options:
  1. Endpoints are used to communicate between client application and server.
  2. Endpoints are used to communicate between client application and service on server
  3. Endpoints are used to serialize and de serialize the objects in client and in server process
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
Whenever the client application want to communicate with the service on the server it will look for an endpoint, we need an endpoint on both client and on service to connect each other for communicate .

Question No: 2 of 9
Can we have multiple endpoints for a service? 
Options:
  1. Yes
  2. No
View Answer/Explanation:

Explanation:
Every service can have multiple endpoints, with different combinations of address binding and contract

Question No: 3 of 9
What an Endpoint contains? 
Options:
  1. Address
  2. Binding
  3. Contract
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Endpoints contain Address, Binding and contract, where either the contract or binding or address are going to change, on every endpoint client can have ability to submit a request

Question No: 4 of 9
Can we have multiple endpoints with same Address, Binding and Contract? 
Options:
  1. Yes
  2. No
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
Every endpoint will have unique combination of ABC any one of the address, binding or contract will change

Question No: 5 of 9
What is Address, Binding and Contract means? 
Options:
  1. Address – How do you send the message? Binding – Where do you send the message? Contract – What should the message look like?
  2. Address – Where do you send the message? Binding – How do you send the message? Contract – What should the message look like?
  3. Address – What should the message look like? Binding – How do you send the message? Contract – Where do you send the message?
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
Address – Where do you send the message? Binding – How do you send the message? Contract – What should the message look like?

Question No: 6 of 9
What are the different places we can create endpoint? 
Options:
  1. In Config file
  2. In code file
  3. Using WCF service configuration editor
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
We can create endpoint in config file,code file or using "WCF service configuration editor" under tools tab in visual studio

Question No: 7 of 9
What will happen when we set httpGetEnabled="false" in ServiceMetadata section of config file 
Options:
  1. Information about the service can be used by clients for generation of proxy
  2. Information about the service can’t be used by clients for generation of proxy
  3. Information about the service can’t be used by clients for generation of proxy, but old clients who already generated the proxy can make use of service
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
Information about the service can’t be used by clients for generation of proxy, but all those clients who already generated the proxy can still continue to make use of service, its only new clients can’t be added as they can’t be generating the proxy class

Question No: 8 of 9
What is the importance of metadata exchange endpoints 
Options:
  1. Metadata exchange endpoints are used to generate proxy class on client
  2. Metadata exchange endpoints are used to communicate between client service
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
Metadata exchange endpoints are used to generate proxy class on client

Question No: 9 of 9
What is the importance of Baseaddress section in config file 
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Explanation:
Every time we use a protocol we give a base address so that rest of the occurrences of that protocol we can simply give the relative address we don’t need to give complete address every time

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