If you are self-hosting a WCF service, exposed via HTTP and requiring certificates for transport security, you’ll probably need to learn a little bit about netsh. If you are using IIS, you’ll just set up the certificates using inetmgr, but because you are self-hosting, you’ll need to run a command such as this: netsh http […]
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This article literally only exists because the link supplied in the System.ServiceModel.AddressAccessDeniedException didn’t work at all for me. The basic scenario is that you are debugging a WCF service in Visual Studio and you get this error: System.ServiceModel.AddressAccessDeniedException: HTTP could not register URL http://+:8001/MyService/. Your process does not have access rights to this namespace (see […]
If you have come across this rather vague message, you will have spotted that there are very few resources that give any reasonable answers on the root cause of the issue – that’s probably why you are here, so I will do my best to help. For starters, your error message will look a bit […]
The problem I encountered was that, while I had started a TransactionScope in my calling method (and could even see a current transaction in my services) – an error in a second WCF service call was NOT rolling back the changes made in a previous WCF service call. The behaviour was as if each service […]