Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4

Code: 70-513

Exam 70-513 - Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4

Skills measured

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.

Prerequisties:

Microsoft Training10263: Developing Windows Communication Foundation Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

Please note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text.

Create services (20%)

  • Create service and operation contracts
    • One-way, duplex, and request reply; create and specify fault contracts; configuration-based contracts; expose service metadata; select serialization (for example data contract serializer versus XML serializer)
    • This objective does not include: design service and operation contracts; transactions, instantiation, security-related attributes
  • Create data contracts
    • Manage Known Types, control data serialization, use required and order attributes on data members, implement versioning use IExtensibleDataObject, POCOs
    • This objective does not include: using custom serializer (ISerializationSurrogate)
  • Create message contracts
    • Body and header elements, use required and order attributes on members
  • Implement generic message handling
    • Create a catch-all contract, read and write messages, work with properties, work with headers
    • This objective does not include: inherit from Message class, use BodyWriter, create Fault messages
  • Implement RESTful services
    • Access HTTP context; WebGet/WebInvoke, UriTemplates; JSON/POX
  • Create and configure a Routing service
    • Filters, static and dynamic, context-based routing, content-based routing; router interfaces
  • Create and configure a Discovery service
    • Configure ad hoc and managed modes, Discovery scopes, service announcements

Host and configure services (18%)

  • Create and configure endpoints
    • Default and standard bindings; custom bindings created from standard binding elements; standard endpoints; transports, including HTTP, TCP, named pipes, UDP, MSMQ code-based service configuration; message encoding
    • This objective does not include: create a custom binding element; create new standard endpoints, load configuration from a location other than the default application configuration file, security, transaction, reliable sessions
  • Configure behaviors
    • Apply service, endpoint, and operation behaviors in configuration and code
    • This objective does not include: create a custom behavior; create and use dispatch behaviors, load configuration from a location other than the default application configuration file
  • Implement self-hosting
    • Configure and instantiate a service host
    • This objective does not include: implement a custom service host
  • Implement web server hosting
    • Configure IIS/WAS for WCF, deploy to IIS/WAS, file-less configuration, specify a ServiceHost
    • This objective does not include: Windows Application Server

Consume services (18%)

  • Create a service proxy
    • Use a proxy class or channel factory to create a proxy, create a proxy for an asynchronous communication, create a proxy for a duplex communication
    • This objective does not include: SvcUtil command-line switches
  • Configure client endpoints
    • Standard bindings, custom bindings created from standard binding elements, configure behaviors; code-based and configuration-based bindings; configure addresses
    • This objective does not include: security; create custom behaviors
  • Invoke a service
    • Invoke a service operation synchronously and asynchronously, handle service faults, use the Message class, manage the life cycle of the proxy (open channels, close channels, abort channels, handle faulted channels), implement duplex communication
  • Consume RESTful services
    • Access HTTP context, JSON/POX
  • Implement service discovery
    • Configure target scope, monitor service announcements

Secure services (17%)

  • Configure secure bindings
    • Transport, message, mixed mode
  • Configure message security
    • Specify protection levels on different message parts
  • Implement authentication
    • Microsoft ASP.NET Membership Provider, Custom Provider, Windows Integrated Security, certificates (X.509), Federated Authentication endpoint identity; configuring client credentials; Custom Validator
    • This objective does not include: Geneva Framework
  • Implement authorization
    • Role-based, claim-based; configure role providers for endpoints; principal permission attribute
    • This objective does not include: rights-management authorization such as Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
  • Implement impersonation
    • Configuration and code, configure WCF-specific Internet Information Services (IIS) impersonation properties, configure impersonation options, operation-based and service-based
  • Implement security auditing
    • Use service Security Audit behavior, service audit, audit log

Manage the service instance life cycle (13%)

  • Manage service instances
    • Per call, per session, single, code and configuration, activation and deactivation, durable services, throttling
  • Manage sessions
    • Code and configuration, session management attributes, throttling, reliable sessions, transport-level and application-level sessions, invoke a callback contract
  • Implement transactions
    • Distributed transactions, transactional queues, transaction flow; configure transaction binding attributes, WS-AtomicTransaction (WS-AT), transactional behavior attributes at the service and operation level, use transactions in code
  • Manage concurrency
    • Single, multiple, and reentrant concurrency modes; SynchronizationContext and CallbackBehavior
    • This objective does not include: deadlocks and other multithreading issues
  • Manage consistency between instances, sessions, transactions, and concurrency
    • Possible combinations between instances, sessions, transactions, and concurrency (for example, instance mode single with concurrency mode multiple)

Monitor and troubleshoot distributed systems (13%)

  • Configure message logging
    • Configure message listeners, logging level, message filters, configure logging known PII
    • This objective does not include: secure message logs
  • Configure diagnostics
    • WMI, performance counters, event logging
  • Debug client-service interactions
    • Send server exception details to client, end-to-end tracing, interpret output from the trace viewer (single message and end-to-end)
    • This objective does not include: trace viewer features outside of viewing traces

Guaranteed to Run

2017-08-21 09:00 to 2017-08-25 17:00
Attend Online
2017-08-21 09:00 to 2017-08-25 17:00
Palm Beach County Florida (Instructor-Led)
2017-08-16 09:00 to 2017-08-18 17:00
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