I'm having a major issue with configuring a WCF service in production. We are running on IIS7 and we have an SSL certificate installed. One important detail is that I have mapped my web service to a new "Web Site" running over port 5755, which accepts only https bindings. I dont know if this has anythig to do with the problem, but its the only abnormal configuration I can think of. I am able to browse to my service just fine using the URL. I can also download the WSDL just fine. What happens is when I try to execute a method on the service (which I believe issues a post), I get a 405 method not allowed error. I've tried many variations in the configuration, and checked everything on IIS, and I'm now at a total loss. IIS is configured to handle WCF services (first thing I checked). It is configured to allow all VERBS (GET, POST, DELETE, etc). So far nothing has been successful. I've included a sample of my web service configuration file. For security I removed the actual URL, but I thought it might be helpful in diagnosing the issue. I do not believe however this has anything to do with the configuration, and is probably more likely an obscure IIS issue.
<serviceDebug includeExceptionDetailInFaults="false" />
<serviceMetadata httpsGetEnabled="true" httpsGetUrl="https://myurl:5755/SharedService.svc" />
<service name="OFH.EPM.Business.Shared.Service.ServiceImplementation.SharedService" behaviorConfiguration="SharedService_Behavior">
<endpoint address="https://myurl:5755/" binding="basicHttpBinding" bindingConfiguration="ServiceBinding"