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Upgrading from Web Service to WCF

Hi:

I've been trying to upgrade an application that I have that calls a Web Service (created inside the solution) using javascript to one that calls a Windows Communication Foundation Service instead.  

I've been following along on the Microsoft instructions and am able to create a service and host it with a console application on my local host.  However, I'm at my wits end trying to create a service on  my web site which is in a shared hosting environment.  

All of Microsoft's examples use Console applications and I've been going round in circles - and am fairly sure that trying to change the service endpoints to on the console applications and then upload them is not the way to go.  

So I guess my question is - can anyone help me with a link to a tutorial that takes a real world situation (vs console apps that you host on your local machine) or help me with the steps that I would need to go through to create a Windows Communication Foundation service on my local machine and then publish that to a Server on the web where I could call that service.

I am so tired on demos and Console Application demos.  Any help getting me towards a real world understanding would be greatly appreciated.
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RBS
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Are you creating RESTful WCF service, or is it non-RESTful?
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teebonCommented:
Hi RBS,

You should read about hosting WCF in IIS which involve setting up the web.config:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms733766.aspx

Real world example:

http://rockycherry.net/blog/?p=150
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RBSAuthor Commented:
Hi:

Thanks for your posts.  I have a fairly mature (read old) application and converting it to RESTFul would be a bit of a challenge.  My site is on a shared server and so I was intrigued to see that I could have my account posted on a shared IIS - will look into that.  

Regards,
RBS
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