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Wcf protocols supported

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have read quite a few articles

and still slightly confused as to what protcols can be supported by
what hosts.
e.g. table3 at end of 1st article indicates a self host application on
Windows XP/SP2 can support all protocls whereas on Windows 2003 it
cannot support Http.
Main questions

1) Does a self hosted ( as a windows service) wcf service support all
the out of the box protocols irrespective of operating systems? Even
if iis is not installed?
2nd article says "Supports all bindings and transports: Self-hosting
doesn't limit you to out-of-the-box bindings and transports
whatsoever" which would seem to indicate this.

2) Does IIS 5.1 ( xp sp2) hosted wcf service support all the out of
box protocols?
Article 2 talks about not using compatibility if you want to
support more than just Http which leads me to think it can supportr
more that Http.

3) Does IIS 6.0 ( windows 2003) hosted wcf service all the out of box

Thanks for all time spent.


Oct 22 '08 #1
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