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Question No: 1 of 14
What are the different types of protocols WCF  supports  to send Messages between client and server 
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  1. HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
  2. TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
  3. Named-Pipe
  4. MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing)
  5. All the above
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e
Explanation:
WCF supports sending message using Http, TCP, Named –Pipe and MSMQ, whereas webservices are confined to HTTP only.

Question No: 2 of 14
What are the message formats WCF supports for communicating  between client and server 
Options:
  1. REST (Representational State Transfer)
  2. SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
  3. POX (Plain old XML)
  4. All the above
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d
Explanation:
WCF Supports sending message using SOAP, REST and POX

Question No: 3 of 14
What are the different hosting applications  for WCF services 
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  1. IIS
  2. Windows Application
  3. Console Application
  4. Windows Service
  5. All the above
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e
Explanation:
WCF services can be hosted on IIS, Windows Application, Console Application, and Windows Service

Question No: 4 of 14
What is SOA(Service Oriented Architecture) 
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A service is a program that performs a task and that you can interact with through well-defined messages

Question No: 5 of 14
What  are the four tenets of Service Orientation 
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  1. Boundaries are Explicit
  2. Services are autonomous
  3. Share Schema and contracts, not class
  4. Compatibility based on policy
  5. All the above
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e
Explanation:

Question No: 6 of 14
What does Boundaries are explicit means 
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Explanation:
Service is not aware of how the other service / client are constructed and it only knows how to send a message and how to receive a message .i.e. A service shouldn’t be aware of how other client is constructed, service is least bothered about the client.

Question No: 7 of 14
What  does Services are autonomous means 
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Services and consumers are independently versioned, deployed, operated and secured. These are going to evolve and can change any time without effecting the clients i.e. client and service can grow on their own without effecting each other

Question No: 8 of 14
What does  "Share schema & contracts, not class"  means 
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Explanation:
After developing the service what is given to client is wsdl(webservice description language) document, which contains a list of service methods which client can make use of and wsdl will contain complete information how to make use of service unlike in remoting or in webservices we are not going to provide a class to a client

Question No: 9 of 14
What does "Compatibility based on policy means" 
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Service can define the circumstances under which client can communicate with them. For Example a Service may require authentication using X509 certificate or may require the client to be on the same network

Question No: 10 of 14
What is WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)? 
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Explanation:
It is a programming model for building service oriented applications.It is used to build distributed and interoperable applications that talk to each other

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