I have been reading the posts on the use of subclassing WcfProxy to allow for custom endpoint configuration. I have an old Com+ app that I am upgrading to .Net that needs to communicate with several different backend servers simultaneously.
This app will be communicating with several servers through seperate instances of the same object. I haven't tried this yet, but will the technique of subclassing the proxy allow each instance to communicate to its own backend server or does the endpoint property technique result in all objects communicating to the same back end?
Thanks for you help in advance on this!
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