Should objects be disposed when using the client object model? If so, which ones? There seems to be plenty of information on this for server side, but nothing from Microsoft specifically about client side.
Should have been more specific - I am curious about all 3 client APIs - but mostly wondering about the .NET Managed Client Object Model.– drquinnMar 23, 2013 at 1:03
I noticed that none of the MSDN examples used dispose. Just curious if they left it out for simplicity, but still required for larger operations. Thanks!– drquinnMar 25, 2013 at 18:23
1This is incorrect some objects do need disposing due to asynchronous behavior. Feb 17, 2014 at 9:32
There is no need to dispose of objects in the managed client object model, as there are no unmanaged resources in use, everything is cleaned up by the garbage collector.