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endpoint.tv Screencast - Calling Services Asynchronously

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Welcome to the latest video in the weekly WF/WCF Screencast series.

In this short video, CSD MVP Aaron Skonnard from PluralSight guides the viewer through how to call your WCF services asynchronously.

For additional information on WCF, please check out the WCF Dev Center on MSDN and the .NET Endpoint team blog. For more information on classes offered by Aaron and the PluralSight folks, check out their catalog of instructor led courses and new online courses that cover a variety of Microsoft technologies, ranging from .NET v3.5 to WSS to BizTalk server.


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  • Sandesh DaddiSandesh Daddi

    greate thing....very interested..small but sweet example.....
    Just wanted to ask you that .....How do I generate proxy class with async method without using Visual Studio....is there any command line switch for proxy class generation utility
    Sandesh Daddi

  • JasonJason

    Check out microsofts proxy-class generation tool wsdl.exe. This will generate a proxy class from a wsdl and I think it generates asyncronous call methods.

  • smmniceguysmmniceguy

    what about closing the WCF proxy ? should it be closed in the caller or callback method ?

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