Consuming Hidden WCF RIA Services
A Silverlight application made it to my desk yesterday, an application that consumed a remote WCF RIA service running on a Microsoft IIS. The service did not provide a public API, nor did disassembly with dotPeek help get the service manifests to construct a WCF client with. WSDL files weren’t exposed either. A new, custom client was to be written by reverse engineering what was available without any fancy configurations.