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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi , 

I have report framework which generates pages with charts. In my code I have 10 threads. For each thread I have one url to report page. So for each thread I create HttpWebResponse and I read response stream. I have then html page source. I parse it and I extract links to images. Then by HttpWebRequest I get image and I save it on local disk. Everything is ok but - images are not proper. They are mixed between threads. Temp file names are different , they are not duplicated. Each thread has its own session.

Any piece of advice ?

Regards, Piotr

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