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Now how in the wolrd does that work? How does it know that some static method I called on some library was called by a page that had that context? I have tried it so far with my Utils class, and it works just fine when called from a page (all my methods are static), but I have also tried it by spawning a thread that grabs the same HttpContext.Current, and that appears to be null. So how does HttpContext.Current know which context to grab? im justa little scared to use thats all, until now all my static methods had ...

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    Now how in the wolrd does that work? How does it know that some static
    method I called on some library was called by a page that had that context?
    I have tried it so far with my Utils class, and it works just fine when
    called from a page (all my methods are static), but I have also tried it by
    spawning a thread that grabs the same HttpContext.Current, and that appears
    to be null. So how does HttpContext.Current know which context to grab? im
    justa little scared to use thats all, until now all my static methods had
    the context passed to them.


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    Hi,

    The Current static method will work without any problem on the current
    thread. If you want to create new thread and work with the context you
    can pass it as parameter to the thread. You can see my example:
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