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Should I use both WCF and ASP.NET Web API

We already have a WCF API with basichttpbinding. Some of the calls have complex objects in both the response and request. We need to add RESTful abilities to the API. at first I tried adding a ...
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Is WCF a good fit for this problem?

I'm working to implement a data service solution that has 2 request functions but can respond with one of 3 transmission types: x12 EDI HTTP MIME multipart SOAP/XML + WSDL I would also need to ...
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JavaScript client for talking with WCF server with WebSockets binding

I'm excited about the possibilities for duplex communication with WebSockets between a web browser and web server. I see that WCF for .NET 4.5 supports a WebSockets binding now, and I know there's a ...
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What security is used by default in WSHttpBinding (service side) or the WCF Test client (client side)?

I recently moved a service from BasicHttpBinding to WSHttpBinding (i.e. soap 1.1 -> soap 1.2). In WCF, using WSHttpBinding() makes it start using some default security settings. I presume the same ...
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What's the best practice to do SOA exception handling?

Here's some interesting debate going on between me and my colleague when coming to handle SOA exceptions: On one side, I support what Juval Lowy said in Programming WCF Services 3rd Edition: As ...