Hello, here's the setup for the project.
I have a WCF Service that is hosted on a net.tcp binding in buffered mode and ReliableSession enabled.
The binding is configured to use TransportWithMessageCredential security. The certificate is a self signed certificate that I am identifying using the Thumbprint. The UserNameValidator is a custom validator which for testing, never fails (it wasn't failing before but I removed the uncertainty)
The service and client are on the same machine and they both have access to the certificate.
I am receiving a Socket Aborted exception when trying to consume a Method from the service. Here is the code I use to open a connection to the service. MonitorServiceCallbacks only contains empty methods to fulfil the requirements of the Interface.
_instanceContext = new InstanceContext(new MonitorServiceCallbacks()); _serviceInterface = new MonitorCallbackServiceClient(_instanceContext); _serviceInterface.ClientCredentials.UserName.UserName = Environment.MachineName; _serviceInterface.ClientCredentials.UserName.Password = "myPassword"; _serviceInterface.Open();
This appears to work fine as the _serviceInterface.State variable is set to State.Opened and the custom validator is called and returns without exception.
However, if I try to call a method using the _serviceInterface proxy, no code that I can break into is run on the service and the tracelog reveals no errors apart from a SocketAborted exception which occurs 1 minute after receiving what appears to be the message for the method.
There is no InnerException.
I have tried to google the issue but the results tend to say "just disable security and it will work fine". Unfortunately, this cannot be done.
I am extremely confused by this issue and any help would be greatly appreciated.