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Posted 19 Apr 2010

The Proper Use and Disposal of WCF Channels (or CommunicationObjectFaultedException ?!*#*$)

, 20 Apr 2010
In this post, I explore the subtle but disastrous consequences of expecting a 'using' block to clean up your WCF channels.
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