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specifying /SomeService should be enough. Anything else you specify when you invoke the service should be interpreted as query parameters.1 person found this helpful
so if you post to localhost:7001/SomeService/Bla/Blu, your service is invoked and it gets Bla/Blu in the query parameters. At least I think so - no time to test.
everything you type in the endpoint uri input will be the contextroot of your service, so /SomeService should indeed be enough or like Pierluigi mentioned /SomeService/blabla is also valid (blabla won't be a query parameter but just part of the contextroot)
if you would use a http rest-like service
/SomeService/blabla would still be the contextroot and after that you could use the query params
/SomeService/babla?var1=test&var2=test or /SomeService/blabla/employee/id/1
Thanks guys. One last thing so if I have /someService as end point URI and the client to this proxy service send request as /someService/bla, the proxy will accept the request. Is that right?