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From "Igor Nogueira" <igornogueirasan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ServiceContext in OperationContext does not match error
Date Wed, 24 Sep 2008 21:13:04 GMT
Ok! Thanks again. So I must send the properties instead of the context.
Thanks Deepal!

2008/9/24 Deepal jayasinghe <deepalk@gmail.com>

>
> >   Hi Deepal! Thanks for answering! That´s what I wanna do: I have two
> > services. Service A and service B. Both are stateful, and they may not
> > be on the same server. Service A proccess the client's invocations and
> > consequently update the session state.
> You mean when client invoke the service A , it updates it session data
> (a database)
> > Service B is a backup service and sometimes need to have it's session
> > updated with the values in service A's state. To do this, I serialize
> > the context in A and send it to B as a string. In B I rebuild it and
> > try to set B's context with this value.
> Thats the problem , you have to find some other way to do that. I mean
> you are missing the idea behind Message context and Operation context (I
> mean the context hierarchy).
> What you should do is , find the session related data and try sending
> that from service A to service B.
>
> Thank you!
> Deepal
>
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