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Each time the Web Service system handle is called, it is increased by 1 and is not recycled when running. Please help me

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Post time: 2020-3-9 17:30:01
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UserInterfaceService client = new UserInterfaceService () client.Url = "http: //" + _platformUrl + "/ services / UserInterface";
UserInterface.SimpleUserInfo userInfo = new UserInterface.SimpleUserInfo ();
UserInterface.ClientObject clientInfo = new UserInterface.ClientObject ();
  userInfo.phonenumber = userNumber;
  clientInfo.origin = 6;
int ret = client.isCMPUser (userInfo, clientInfo);
return ret;

UserInterfaceService is a web reference added using .net
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Post time: 2020-5-31 23:45:01
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What amount is to be accumulated here? What is the relationship with the handle?
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 Author| Post time: 2020-6-1 18:45:01
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client.isCMPUser (userInfo, clientInfo); It is not cumulative, it is just a function function passing parameter, and it has nothing to do with the handle, that is, I did not call the webservice method once, the system handle will increase by one, and no matter how long it waits
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Post time: 2020-6-2 13:00:01
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I don't understand this well..

I think it should be the object of UserInterfaceService..

For the problem of handles, the system will manage it by itself. Of course, it is impossible to run out of handles as soon as they are used up.

for reference only..
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Post time: 2020-6-2 15:30:01
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Once the webservice is called, no matter how the client called it (for example, when it crashed), it will not affect its continued execution until completion.
Perhaps the phenomenon is caused by the long time of webservice method.
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Post time: 2020-6-2 15:45:01
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Misunderstanding...
You can try to call client.Dispose() and observe again, as for the phenomenon of handle increase, it still needs to be verified
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 Author| Post time: 2020-6-2 16:15:02
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I did a test. From 9 am, till now, the handle has not been recovered by the runtime. !
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 Author| Post time: 2020-6-4 17:45:01
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client.Dispose() I tried it didn't seem to work
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Repeatedly calling ws does cause the number of handles to increase, but it returns to a reasonable level after repeated calls many times. This is to understand the mechanism of gc. If you really need it, you can display the call to gc.collect() (not recommended);
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 Author| Post time: 2020-6-6 18:15:01
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TO: qcrabheroExcuse me, how much does the handle grow and no longer grows?
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