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Hold request in wcf

Posted on 2013-01-06
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Hi,

i am getting request from different clients and i want to hold that requests in Wcf and check which request belongs to

which client.

please guide me how to solve this.
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by:sedgwick
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i'm not sure if that is what u mean but in .net 3.5 you can get the client address/port/ip.

Get the Client’s Address in WCF
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by:praveen1981
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Hi,
acutally  i am getting the  request from different clients , i.e i am getting different threads

now i will send all these request to different application which is java , and they will place in their queue, and we don't know  for which request  the response comes from their queue because sometimes some queue may fails , so i need to check the for which request the response has come  by verifying with thread and send back the response to client, so here i need to sleep all the threads in WCF coming from client and after getting the response , i need to check for which thread i got the response and release that thread.

This is what my task, so can you please say whether i can achieve this by using mutex. if so, can mutex will  lock  multiple threads , please guide me how to achieve this.
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praveen1981 earned 0 total points
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Hi

I got the solution,

it worked with AutoReset method.
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by:praveen1981
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The problem was solved
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