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I have a the following function CreateAudiTrail (AuditTrail ATObj).
In this function I call first the Create sp and then the Update sp.
I want to track (without using triggers) the call made to these sps.
I will start a thread, threadCreate for the execution of Create Sp. One create is over, I want to check whether the threadCreate is still active and then execute the Update sp.
 
How do I access a session (or something similar) in the service layer of WCF architecture i.e. how can I check whether the threadCreate still exists when Update sp is executed?
 
It would great if anyone could give me a lead to the solution!
Posted 29-Jun-10 3:11am
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Solution 1

Hi..
Just check out for InstanceMAnagement in WCF.
instancemanagement-persession in wcf
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Solution 2

I am not sure if I have understood you well, but here is my suggestion:
You want to wait till the thread is done; right? If so call threadCreate.Join(). This call will block till the thread is done.
I guess that you don't need something like a session here and the problem is more related to threading than WCF(?)
BTW you didn't mention why you decided to create a thread for this.
Good luck Smile | :)
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