Access to MS RPC

Posted on 2011-04-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

Can i access Microsoft RPC(native C++  with .NET WCF?
Question by:lavitz
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    by:Bob Learned
    I don't believe that anyone has ever asked me that question, so I need to know why you would want to?

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    I have server written in C++ with Microsoft RPC. And i want to make client in .Net that with i can connect to that server. It would be nice, if i can use .Net wizzard 'Add Service Reference' (if it is possible)
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    I misread the question that you want to use RPC with WCF, not connect to RPC web service with a client.  What happens if you add a service reference?  I would think that you would want to use the old 2.0 web reference style, instead of the service reference, but that is just a guess...

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