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[Original Post Date: 2nd January 2005]
With WCF, state management in services get more capabilities than just Singleton and PerCall approaches. Two new modes have been introduced that take state management to the next level. PerSession and Shareable modes allow for private sessions and shared sessions across specific clients respectively.
I have authored the article, Sharing State across Clients in Windows Communication Foundation, which attempts to help understand these modes of state management with complete source code to illustrate their behavior and potential usage. You can read the article and download the related source code from here.
Note: Source code has been written against and tried with WinFX November 2005 CTP.
Posted on Thursday, January 5, 2006 1:54 PM Articles , WinFX | Back to top

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