Asp Net Core. Connections. Features Namespace
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Contains interfaces for features that describe or manipulate a connection.
Represents the completion action for a connection.
A feature that represents a connection endpoints.
A feature that represents the connection heartbeat.
The unique identifier for a given connection.
Indicates if the connection transport has an "inherent keep-alive", which means that the transport will automatically inform the client that it is still present.
A bag of items associated with a given connection.
Represents the lifetime of the connection.
Enables graceful termination of the connection.
Provides access to the connection's underlying Socket.
The transport for the connection.
The user associated with the connection.
The MemoryPool<T> used by the connection.
Provides access to a key/value collection that can be used to persist state between connections and requests. Whether a transport supports persisting state depends on the implementation. The transport must support pooling and reusing connection instances for state to be persisted.
Because values added to persistent state can live in memory until a connection is no longer pooled, use caution when adding items to this collection to avoid excessive memory use.
The error code for the protocol being used.
Supports aborting individual sides of a connection stream.
The direction of a connection stream
Represents the identifier for the stream.
Represents the details about the TLS handshake.
Gets the transfer format of the protocol.