What is the difference between a Transient and a Scoped service?

A Transient service instance is created every time a calling method or dependent class requests for it from the container, whereas a Scoped service instance is created for a request and is reused by the container for all calling methods or classes within that request. Hence a Scoped service has a create-once-per-request scope while the Transient has a create-once-per-service-invoke scope.

A Transient service instance is created every time a calling method or dependent class requests for it from the container, whereas a Scoped service instance is created for a request and is reused by the container for all calling methods or classes within that request. Hence a Scoped service has a create-once-per-request scope while the Transient has a create-once-per-service-invoke scope.

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