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ASP.NET Core In Process Hosting on IIS with ASP.NET Core 2.2



In version 2.2 ASP.NET Core adds support for direct in-process hosting which improves throughput considerably using an easy mechanism that allows switching between in-process and out-of-process hosting. In this post I describe how to use in process hosting and how it works.
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