Don't think you need the HttpRuntime to use System.Web.Caching.Cache. I've
seen implementations that outside of ASP.NET. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917411
. It works in .NET 2.0 & above.
Hope this helps. If I'm missing something kindly call it out.
Senior Software Architect
"Curt K" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is there a WCF equivelent cache object like the System.Web.Caching.Cache
> Object? I would like to simulate a "session" by creating a sliding window
> Cache obect. In order to use this System.Web.Caching.Cache object I need
> to use the HttpRuntime object. It seems a waste to bring up this runtime
> if all I want to do is use the cache. At this point the WCF server
> application will be ran in "stand alone" mode or NOT in the IIS
> If no other object exists like this outside this namespace, anyone know if
> there's an issue using the HttpRuntime (performance/memory consumption
> other gotcha's) inside of a WCF server application?
> thanks in advance,