Problems with WCF Scaling

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Every once in a while, people ask me about problems they have when trying to use a single WCF service with multiple concurrent calls. The first think I tell them is to check their WCF throttling settings. The throttling behavior in WCF controls how many instances and session WCF can create and manage at once. These settings also depend on the binding you use. For example if you have a single proxy on the client side that sends many async calls at once, and you use basicHttpBinding, WCF will by default create many instances on the...
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