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StructureMap caching in a WinForms app

Posted By :Jack Hard     Posted Date :November 09, 2012    Points :40   Category :ASP.Net 
Here are the types availible.

PerRequest - The default operation. A new instance will be created for each request. Singleton - A single instance will be shared across all requests ThreadLocal - A single instance will be created for each requesting thread. Caches the instances with ThreadLocalStorage. HttpContext - A single instance will be created for each HttpContext. Caches the instances in the HttpContext.Items collection. HttpSession - A single instance will be created for each HttpSession. Caches the instances in the HttpContext.Session collection. Use with caution. Hybrid - Uses HttpContext storage if it exists, otherwise uses ThreadLocal storage.

Needless to say other than singleton and Thread local, they seem pretty web specific.

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