31. October 2011
.NET development , WCF
Lately I have been working on an Azure project for a client (if you haven’t noticed from my Azure-centric blog posts as of late). A part of this, we have built a WCF service that exposes the functionality that we need. However, we are not actually building a client, only the service. So we don’t have a great way of testing the service. This is obviously where the “WCF Test Client” comes in.
For those of you who don’t know what this is, it is a small client that hooks up to any available service and creates a proxy for you. You can then use this proxy through the interface and call your service.