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Pattern for Asynchronous Web-api method with registered callback RRS feed

  • Question

  • I'm looking at how to create a .net web-api method which is asynchronous i.e: - It runs the actual task as a background task but returns a status straightaway - It is also passed callback information which it calls back when background task is complete.

    I understand the theory and have noticed articles around Request/Acknowledge however im struggling to find a well document .net version of the pattern which achieves the above and doesn't cause multi-threading issues on my web-api? I don't want to do anything bespoke because surely this is a common .net implementation?

    Tuesday, April 18, 2017 6:38 PM