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How to delay the close() in client

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WCF
 
HI,        I'm writing a WCF using wsDualHttpBinding as binding property, in my client side i specified the closeTimeout as 00:00:00, it throws the timout exception, when i closed the channel, using close() in client side code.   However, if i specify the closeTimeout  as 00:00:01, it will finish the close of channel, within 1 second. But for 0.01, 0.1 second it cannot able to close, now i want to specify a 30 second closeTimeout, and in the code behind i want to make the close to take more time to finish closing the channel. How can i make the close() to wait,   any idea,


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