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    XmlSerializer

    System.Xml.Serialization.XmlSerializer has been in the .NET Framework since .NET 1.0. It’s a reliable and tried-and-true way to serialize .NET instances into XML and vice versa.

    WCF supports the XmlSerializer system in order to support existing .NET types that already have associated XmlSerializer attributes, for example, in services that port web services written using .NET’s ASMX web service infrastructure to WCF. XmlSerializer also supports parts of the XSD specification that DataContract doesn’t support. When using SOAP and consuming WSDL from web services that were written in other toolkits, you will often have to deal with XML schemas that use those parts of the XSD specification. This can also be the case when you want to expose or consume RESTful resources that are XML and use those XSD constructs.

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    Serialization is the process of converting an object into a form that can be readily transported. For example, you can serialize an object and transport it over the Internet using HTTP between a client and a server. ... XML serialization serializes only the public fields and property values of an object into an XML stream.

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