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wcf sessionId question

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I used this illustration to transfer the sessionId from the host to the client and back when making a request to the service.

See this: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/wenlong/archive/2010/02/21/using-asp-net-sessions-from-wcf.aspx

I am able to pass the sessionId but I'm not sure how to pass the rest of the session data. I need to pass all of the OpenId login cridentials and the Open Authorization login credentials that are stored in the System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Session in the host.

Is it possible to collect all the session data from the host and send it to the client?
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use, you create custom header and add it to your request.Headers collection:
for instance:

var header = new MessageHeader<string>("Customer Unique Id: 12345");
var untyped = header.GetUntypedHeader("Identity", "http://www.adilmughal.com");
requestProperty.Headers.Add(untyped);

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check here:
Client Additional Parameters using Custom Headers in WCF
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