Exposing a remoting service as a Web Service

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Exposing a remoting service as a Web Service

Postby John Smith » Sat, 28 Oct 2006 23:21:11 GMT

    I am looking into the different ways one can expose a Remoting service.
I am mostly interested in how can I expose one remoting service as a Web

   We already have some services exposed as remoting services for our
intranet applications, we do not use IIS just straight TCP. What is the best
way to expose some or our services as Web Services? Should we consider
writting 'proxies' that would map our remoting services as web services?

   I have just started reading about WCF, seems like this migth be the way
to go. My understanding is that once my contract is defined, I just choose
the transport....

Thank you for your comments and ideas.


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