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Interview Q & A >> WCF >> Reliable sessions in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) use a transfer window. What is it the Transfer window? What does it means for the sender, for the receiver? How is it depend of the latency?

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Reliable sessions in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) use a transfer window. What is it the Transfer window? What does it means for the sender, for the receiver? How is it depend of the latency? (Views: 1429)


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Reliable sessions provide end-to-end reliable transfer of messages between a source and a destination using the WS-ReliableMessaging protocol regardless of the number or type of intermediaries that separate the messaging (source and destination) endpoints. This includes any transport intermediaries that do not use SOAP (for example, HTTP proxies) or intermediaries that use SOAP (for example, SOAP-based routers or bridges) that are required for messages to flow between the endpoints. Reliable sessions use an in-memory transfer window to mask SOAP message-level failures and re-establish connections in the case of transport failures.

Reliable sessions provide low-latency reliable message transfers. They provide for SOAP messages over any proxies or intermediaries, equivalent to what TCP provides for packets over IP bridges.

Submitted By: Ghanshyam Baviskar | Created On: 12/23/2010 4:23:40 AM


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