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At what point to set Request / Response Filters?

At what point in the application lifecycle should a filter be applied to the
Request / Response objects? Should this be done at the start of each
transaction? This would make sense if a new Request / Response object is
created fresh for each transaction. If these objects are reused though
across transactions, then this is obviously not the approrpriate point to
set these filters.

I'm suspecting that my earlier issues with Response filtering (Tricky
Request Filtering Issue - 9/2/2008 11:09pm) are due to the fact that I am
setting this filter in place at the start of every successive transaction.
Is this the correct approach, or is this incorrect? In the past, I've set
the Response filter at the beginning of each request (OnAuthorizeRequest)
and this has worked for me, however I'm not having similar successful
results with Request filtering. Please let me know if I'm doing this
incorrectly.

Thanks for any guidance which you can provide.

- Joseph Geretz -
Sep 3 '08 #1
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