From MSDN, we have the following definition of WCF Binding
Bindings specify how a WCF service endpoint communicates with other endpoints.
At its most basic, a binding must specify the transport (for example, HTTP or TCP) to use. You can also set other characteristics, such as security and transaction support, through bindings.
I am looking for practical uses of WCF. The scnearions in which people tweak the abilities of WCF Binding. Some of them are listed below.
- Exporting Metadata: - Custom policy assertions are exported by implementing the IPolicyExportExtension interface on a BindingElement class.
What are the other practical uses of Binding that you usually use?