Sunday, June 26, 2016

Castle and WCF (3)


I went through hell to get this stuff work, but finally I got it. As partly mentioned in part 2 of this series I wanted to create an IIS hosted rest-service without the need of adding a svc-file. So I created an empty web-project, added a global.asax file and added the following code in the Application_Start method:

 container = new WindsorContainer();

ServiceHostFactoryBase factory = new WindsorServiceHostFactory<RestServiceModel>(container.Kernel);
container.AddFacility<WcfFacility>(f => f.CloseTimeout = TimeSpan.Zero)

RouteTable.Routes.Add(new ServiceRoute("MyService", factory, typeof(IMyService)));

There is no need to configure the service in the web.config-file except ASP.NET Compatibility which is needed by the Routes.Add code-line.

kind regards,

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