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How to access a property in a class used to implement IDispatchMessageInspector on a WCF service (server side)?


How to access a property in a class used to implement IDispatchMessageInspector on a WCF service (server side)?

By : jcampbel2
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
like below fixes the issue Based on patterns I see the WCF team themsevles establishing, my suggestion would be to have your IDispatchMessageInspector shove the value of the header into the current OperationContext's IncomingMessageProperties dictionary. By doing this, the value will be tied to the current operation context and carried through all stages of execution properly for you by the WCF runtime.
As far as how to read that value further down the stack out you can do two things. First, you can expose the string key you will be using to read/write the value to the properties collection on a static readonly string somewhere that other code can use it to retrieve the value from the OperationContext.Current themselves like so:
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By : user3885822
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By : Navjot Nagra
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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