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Default Can you get object context in an ISAPI Filter?

I've written an ISAPI Filter that tries to grab the Session object(ISessionObject) via the ObjectContext. There are several examples of this in regular(non-ISAPI Filter) DLLs, but non for an ISAPI filter. My code for getting the object context appears ok.

When I attached my ISAPI filter to the inetinfo process and stopped it at a breakpoint, it gave the "There is no MTS object context" error.

Am I trying the impossible? Can one not get an mts object context in an ISAPI filter?

TIA,

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What version od IIS do you use?





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