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Adding a ProcessContext to ASP.NET

, 11 Apr 2005
A simple and reliable way to build context into a multi stage process in ASP.NET.
using System;
using System.Collections;

namespace Base4.Web.UI
{
	/// <summary>
	/// Summary description for IProcessParticipant.
	/// </summary>
	public interface IProcessParticipant
	{
		string AttachProcessToUrl(string url);
		string ProcessID {get;set;}
		Hashtable ProcessContext{get;}
	}
}

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Alex James
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New Zealand New Zealand
My name is Alex James, a software architect and developer from Auckland, New Zealand. I have 10 years of business experience working on and managing IT projects. My team and I recently decided to open source Base4.NET: a very exciting tool for creating integrated business applications.

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