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Old September 2nd, 2013, 03:57 PM
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I really didn't think this should be so hard.
IMO, configuring WCF can be really hard, with lots of different error messages that can come from many different configuration issue..... ;-(

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If you can think up some questions that might shed some light, i'll do what i can to answer them.
Describe your setup. That is, describe the site in IIS, settings for your app pool, your config file, how you can connect to the WCF service and where and when you get the error message. When you set up WCF it acts as a server. In order for it to be useful, you need another application (or the same site in IIS if you're consuming the service locally) to acts as a client. The issue could be on both ends, but right now I can't tell which one is causing the issue.

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