ChannelCacheSettings.IdleTimeout Property

.NET Framework (current version)
 

Gets the maximum interval of time for which the object can remain idle in the cache before being disposed.

Namespace:   System.ServiceModel.Activities
Assembly:  System.ServiceModel.Activities (in System.ServiceModel.Activities.dll)

public TimeSpan IdleTimeout { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System.TimeSpan

An interval of time.

The following example shows how to set the IdleTimeout property.


//sharing a channel cache between two workflow applications in a single app-domain.
sharedChannelCache = new SendMessageChannelCache(new ChannelCacheSettings { MaxItemsInCache = 5 }, new ChannelCacheSettings { MaxItemsInCache = 5 });

WorkflowApplication workflowApp1 = new WorkflowApplication(workflow);
workflowApp1.Completed = new Action<WorkflowApplicationCompletedEventArgs>(OnCompleted);
workflowApp1.Extensions.Add(sharedChannelCache);

WorkflowApplication workflowApp2 = new WorkflowApplication(workflow);
workflowApp2.Completed = new Action<WorkflowApplicationCompletedEventArgs>(OnCompleted);
workflowApp2.Extensions.Add(sharedChannelCache);

//disabling the channel cache so that channels are closed after being used.
SendMessageChannelCache disabledChannelCache = new SendMessageChannelCache(new ChannelCacheSettings { MaxItemsInCache = 0 }, new ChannelCacheSettings { MaxItemsInCache = 0 });

WorkflowApplication workflowApp3 = new WorkflowApplication(workflow);
workflowApp3.Completed = new Action<WorkflowApplicationCompletedEventArgs>(OnCompleted);
workflowApp3.Extensions.Add(disabledChannelCache);

.NET Framework
Available since 4.0
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