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endpoint.tv - WCF AppFabric Caching Behavior Sample

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While I was out on holiday break I had this idea.  What if you could create an operation behavior that would cache results for a WCF call and intercept the call returning the response from the cache if it was found?  That would be pretty cool so I created the WCF AppFabric Caching Behavior Sample and on this episode I'll show you how it works.



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  • Yossi DahanYossi Dahan

    Hi Ron
    Really like this, thanks for posting, although I have to admit that when I thought about it, whilst watching the video, I've decided for me it would work better as a client endpoint behaviour, so that I can save the hit on the service endpoint completely; of course this is true in my case only because I am in control of all of the clients' endpoints and know they all have access to the cache...

  • Ron Jacobsrojacobs Ron Jacobs

    Agreed - I wanted to make a client endpoint behavior but it turns out that you cannot intercept a call on the client.  There are other ways to do this but they involve messing with the client proxy typically.

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