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WCF Transaction Propagation

In WCF, transactions can be propagated across service boundary.
This enables service to participate in a client transaction and it includes multiple services in same transaction, Client itself will act as service or client.

We can specify whether or not client transaction is propagated to service by changing Binding and operational contract configuration

Even after enabling transaction flow, the client can not use all operations in transaction flow.
We need to specify the TransactionFlowAttribute in operational contract to enable transaction flow.

TransactionFlow can be enabled only at the operation level not at the service level.

TransactionFlowOption Binding configuration
NotAllowed transactionFlow=”true” Client cannot propagate its transaction to service even client has transaction
or
transactionFlow=”false”
Allowed transactionFlow=”true” Service will allow to flow client transaction.
It is not necessary that service to use client transaction.
Allowed transactionFlow=”false” If service disallows at binding level, client also should disable at binding level else error will be occurred.
Mandatory transactionFlow=”true” Both Service and client must use transaction aware binding
Mandatory transactionFlow=”false” InvalidOperationException will be throw when serice binding disables at binding level.
FaultException will be thrown when client disable at its binding level.

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