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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

WCF REST: How to get the requested URL

Finding the Request.Url is a lot different from standard web work when working in a WCF REST context. It can be quite difficult to find the URL of the request in your WCF REST service.

I found you can do it with the following code:
var context = OperationContext.Current;
var requestedUrl =  context.IncomingMessageHeaders.To.PathAndQuery;

So there you are... enjoy.

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