[Mono-list] Can WCF binary protocol used for service
daniel.soto2k at gmail.com
Thu Aug 27 15:00:37 EDT 2009
I'm curious about olive, and I'm enthusiastic for test it.
But I have many doubts. The first: It must be installed on a previous
installation of mono? I have mono 126.96.36.199 installed (the last release) on my
system, and monodevelop 2.0. Can I install olive on my system? Or I must
installing it on a separate environment? (for example, on a virtual
2009/8/26 Atsushi Eno <atsushieno at veritas-vos-liberabit.com>
> First of all, as long as you stick to mono 2.4 it is not available.
> In the context of full CLR, binary data contract serialization is
> already implemented in svn trunk.
> Binary message exchange (NetTcpBinding) is implemented too but
> may not work; our code around it has been changing these months
> i.e. it may be too hot iron for you.
> Regarding Moonlight support, it does not include required classes
> in 2.1 WCF assemblies. Though it should not be hard. We can ask JB
> to take care of it when he becomes free from monotouch work.
> Atsushi Eno
> Andrus wrote:
> > I created asmx web service in Mono 2.4 / Linux
> > This service is by LOB Appl Silverlight clients.
> > To improve perfomance, I'm looking for a way to use WCF binary protocol
> > data transfer (SL3 supports this in client side).
> > Is WCF binary protocol implemented in Mono and will it interoperate with
> > SL3 clients ?
> > Andrus.
> > References:
> > from http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa751889.aspx
> > "BinaryMessageEncodingBindingElement,the binary message encoder, uses a
> > compact binary format and isoptimized for WCF to WCF communication, and
> > hence is not interoperable.This is also the most performant encoder of
> > the encoders WCFprovides."
> > from
> > "The interop cases is where binary should not be used (if the client
> > istalking to a non-WCF service), since binary is a WCF-specific encoding"
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