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Async in asp.net 2.0 and async application block

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Does the new async features within asp.net 2.0 and ado.net 2.0 render the
async application block (1.1) extinct? What would be the advantages of using
the async application block with 2.0? Seems like a lot less code can be
written using 2.0 that threads safely and quickly.
Jan 3 '06 #1
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Hi, See this site http://www.udaparts.com/document/articles/asyniis.htm for
asynchronous pages in asp.net 2.
"Leneise44" <Le*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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Does the new async features within asp.net 2.0 and ado.net 2.0 render the
async application block (1.1) extinct? What would be the advantages of
using
the async application block with 2.0? Seems like a lot less code can be
written using 2.0 that threads safely and quickly.

Jan 3 '06 #2

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Not sure what that site has to do with my question. It's a pretty
straightforward question for someone that has actually coded with asp.net 2.0
asynchronously and used the async application block.

"yekerui" wrote:
Hi, See this site http://www.udaparts.com/document/articles/asyniis.htm for
asynchronous pages in asp.net 2.
"Leneise44" <Le*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:C4**********************************@microsof t.com...
Does the new async features within asp.net 2.0 and ado.net 2.0 render the
async application block (1.1) extinct? What would be the advantages of
using
the async application block with 2.0? Seems like a lot less code can be
written using 2.0 that threads safely and quickly.


Jan 4 '06 #3

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