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WCF Essentials: Discover Mighty Instance Management Techniques For Developing WCF Apps

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Instance management refers to a set of techniques used by Windows Communication Foundation to bind a set of messages to a service instance. This article introduces the concept and shows you why you need instance management.

Juval Lowy

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