126.96.36.199.1 Context Handle Scope
The operations on a context handle are as specified in [C706] section 5.1.6. This section clarifies the scope of the context handle as interpreted by these extensions. As specified in [C706] section 5.1.6, the context handle is created by the client sending a null context handle in a method call, and by the server returning a nonnull context handle in the stub data in the response to the same method call. The RPC transport connection on which the request and response are transmitted belongs to an association, as specified in sections 188.8.131.52.1 and 184.108.40.206.2. The scope of a context handle is this association. If a request/response exchange on one association leads to the creation of a context handle, and this context handle is passed to a different association, the server SHOULD reject the request.