WCF: Questions for studying and interview: Routing Service

This article is a Part 5 of the Interview Questions series.

WCF, Routing Service

Q&A

• What are the features of the Routing Service (RS): Protocol bridging; Message transformation; Content-based routing; Application pools; Dynamic configuration; SOAP processing; Service hosting; Error handling; Backup endpoints?
• Which routing scenarios can RS implement: Service aggregation; Interface recomposition; Service versioning; Service chain; Priority routing?
• Is it possible to modify the routing configuration at run time?
• What is the RS doing if there is no match for a message routing?
• Can we route to the mix of the one-way and two-way destination endpoints using a single service endpoint?
• Do we have to create the implementation of the RS as a .NET class or an .svc file with “Service="System.ServiceModel.Routing.RoutingService, …” plus a configuration file is enough?
• What is it a SOAP processing? How it works?
• Can it convert messages between Soap 1.1/Soap 1.2/Soap 2.0 and/or WS-Addressing August 2004/WS-Addressing 1.0?
• What is it a Backup endpoint?
• What is the maximum number of the Backup endpoints?
• What is it a Protocol bridging?
• What is it a Content-based routing?
• How the Priority routing is working?
• How we can host the RS?
• Are there limits on using streaming for the RS? Where we have to buffer the messages?
• How we can expose mex endpoints of the original services through the RS?
• Can we use the RS as a load balancer?
 

Print | posted on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 6:54 PM

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# re: WCF: Questions for studying and interview: Routing Service

left by venkprav at 8/3/2011 2:04 PM Gravatar
Hi Leonid,

Can you provide me with the answers for these questions as I am new to BizTalk and learning. It would be useful for me.

Thanks

# re: WCF: Questions for studying and interview: Routing Service

left by Leonid Ganeline at 8/3/2011 2:57 PM Gravatar
If you realy want to learn, please, use MSDN documentation and find out answers by yourself. It doesn't make sense to study answers without any effort.
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