Thursday, April 18, 2013

Create a WCF service using the Entity Framework and consume after hosting it in IIS


This article will guide you through, to create a WCF service, host it in your local IIS and consume the service using a client console application. The data are going to be retrieved from an SQL Server 2012 using the Entity Framework. The database used in this tutorial is the AdventureWorks, a sample database which Microsoft provides for free. You can download it but have in mind that you need to convert it to a database compatible to the SQL Server 2012. If you have earlier versions like SQL Server 2008 R2 I am pretty sure you won't have any problem. Before starting, I assume you have already installed the above database in your SQL Server. So let's start:


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