In DO 4 there is a notion of a current Session. It is stored in thread local storage. This causes troubles in systems where requests are handled on a thread pool like ASP.NET. What is the expected usage pattern of DO for such systems?

The main trouble is that DO itself in some cases when transaction scope is disposed references tls-stored Session.

This thread was imported from our support forum. The original discussion may contain more detailed answer. Original topic by lopata.

asked Jul 15 '09 at 06:23

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Alex (Xtensive) wrote:

We're aware about this: ... ail?id=243

The priority of this issue is set to overnight. We've been using DO4 with ASP.NET MVC internally, so there is a solution. The only reason it isn't integrated into DO4 source yet is lack of time. You can expect the build & description in few days (i.e. on this week).

Alex Kofman wrote:

There is no simple way to handle such situations now, we will probably extend DataObjects API to solve the problem. I think we'll make till the next Tuesday. Now you can just use temporary solution like this:

Alex (Xtensive) wrote:

Related issues:

Alex Kofman wrote:

ASP.NET sample is available now. You can download it from DataObjects.Net downloads page (see "Samples" folder).

answered Jul 15 '09 at 08:46

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lopata wrote: I would appreciate of you could post the workaround, or at least give a hint which approach to take. Thanks!

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We'll add it to the official Samples folder before the next release.

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