Welcome to our free 70-503 practice test which covers questions for the Microsoft .NET 3.5 Windows Communication Foundation exam. The 70-503 exam is part of the Microsoft MCTS and MCPD certification paths. This test consists of 15 random questions pulled from our select range of Windows Communication Foundation material. Questions range in difficulty from the simplest to the most challenging. They were all designed from the ground up and closely follow the Microsoft exam material for 70-503.
The official 70-503: TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Communication Foundation exam is suited to application developers who have worked in a development environment that uses Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to build distributed applications. 70-503 candidates should have at least one year of experience developing distributed applications by using technologies such as XML Web services, .NET Remoting, and Windows enterprise services. Additionally, candidates should be able to demonstrate the following by using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).
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We have included free 70-503 questions that cover a range of topics. You should be comfortable in all of the following:
Choosing hosting environments that suit your WCF service needs. You should know about server operating systems such as XP, Vista, Server 2003, Server 2008, and what services are available on each of them. This includes HTTP, pipes, TCP and MSMQ communication methods and protocols.
The 70-503 exam focuses heavily on Service Contracts, so make sure you are familiar with them including the ServiceContractAttribute, OperationContractAttribute, DataContractAttribute and DataMemeberAttribute. You should also have used configuration files to centralize configuration settings. You should be familiar with the elements in the configuration file that relate to WCF including Service Model, Services, endponts, bindings and binding behaviors.
Be able to clarify the difference between using a class or interface for Windows Communication Foundation services. You should know the benefits of each, including extensibility and abstraction. Without an implementation, interfaces do no more than define a grouping of methods with certain signatures.
Name and describe the three WCF programming models including request reply, one way and duplex patterns. The 70-503 exam requires that you know how to implement the request reply, one-way and duplex patterns using Visual Studio 2008 and .NET framework 3.5.
Understand how objects are passed between service contracts including serialization and passing objects by reference to Service Contracts,.
Use of variables and their visibility including private, internal and public attributes. Use the DataMemberAttribute to declare the visibility of attributes between service and client Service Contracts.
Understand and have used the CallbackContract for duplex messaging patterns. You should be able to code the Callback methods to allow asynchronous requests and replies between client and services.
Appreciate the ProtectionLevel property and how it controls how a part (or whole) of a message is protected. Understand the none, sign and encrypt values of the ProtectionLevel property. Know where to use the ProtectionLevel and at which scope.
Know the difference between WSHttpBinding and BasicHttpBinding and appreciate the use of these binding options in WCF services. Its important to know which features are available with each of these bindings including encryption, reliable messaging and transactions.
The use of Sessions in WCF is also an important topic that is extensively covered by the exam. You should know how Sessions work and which side of the contract is responsible for initiating the sessions, terminating and the principle of Sessions as conversations.
Understand and have basic knowledge of the following namespaces, classes and enumerations; Message, Message Fault, RequestContext, Binding, System.ServiceModel.Channels, System.ServiceModel.Channels, System.ServiceModelServiceHost, System.ServiceModel.WebHttpBinding, System.ServiceModel.Channels, Binding, BindingContext, ChannelBase, Message, MessageFault, OneWayBinding, PeerTransportBinding, ReliableSessionBinding, RequestContext, BasicHttpBindingElement, BehaviorsSection, BindingsSection, CertificateElement, EndpointBehaviorElement, OneWayElement, WebHttpBindingElement, WSDualHttpBindingElement. This is just a few of the namespaces, classes and enumerations you should know about.
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Our free practice test for 70-503 covers the full exam curriculum and is the unsurpassed Microsoft certification preparation simulator. All candidates hoping to acquire this exam should be able to express proficiency in all aspects of Windows Communication Foundation
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