Developer Guide

  • 10/27/2020
  • Public Content

Non-Shared Session

When the application creates a non-shared session by calling 
(C++, C#), the client service creates a new session in the virtual machine (VM) and assigns a new session handle for the application.
The application calls 
 (C++, C#) with the acquired session handle to communicate with the session.
When the application closes the session by calling 
 (C++, C#) with the given session handle, the client service will remove the session handle and also close the session in the VM.

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