HttpContext.Current.Items Reused Across Multiple Http Requests?

Jan 27, 2011

I'm using HttpContext.Current.Items to make a Per-Request Cache Store. I'm hitting to many Cache entries over different http requests.

It seems that HttpContext.Current.Items is reused across multiple http requests. Is it normal?

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