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today someone told me that when using the async pattern it is possible to use
C#
public DataTable EndCall(IAsyncResult ar)

in stead of
C#
public void EndCall(IAsyncResult ar)

is this true? because in the BeginEventHandler an error is given.

In this case a HttpModule is used. That registers the begin and end handler in IIS and IIS handles the async call. This async httpmodule calls a proxy class and that call a wcf service. Even the proxy has generated async methods based on the methods in the wcf service.
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Updated 28-Sep-11 21:59pm
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Jimmanuel 28-Sep-11 14:48pm
   
If you're implementing the Async method yourself then yes it's possible, but more info would be needed to diagnose your exact problem. What's the error? More code please.
Ed Nutting 28-Sep-11 16:02pm
   
Agree with Jimmanuel - it depends very much on situation - like most things really :)

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Yes it is possible to get a return value when using async methods. So if we had a method such as ..

C#
private string Foo()
{
  return "Hello"
}


and a delagate like this ..

C#
public delegate string MyDelegate();


You can use code like this to get the result.

C#
MyDelegate del = new MyDelegate();
IAsyncResult res = del.BeginInvoke();

// Do something while our method is being executed

string result = delFoo.EndInvoke(res);
   
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[no name] 29-Sep-11 7:39am
   
Good Answer. My 5!

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