Code Inspection: Thread static field has initializer
ThreadStaticAttribute makes a field thread-local. This means that every thread has its own reference corresponding to the field. Fields marked with
ThreadStaticAttribute must be static and not initialized statically.
This attribute does not affect instance fields. If you need a thread-local instance field you can use the
ThreadLocal<> type that has been introduced in .NET 4.0.
If a static field has an initializer, this initializer is invoked only once - on the thread that executes the static constructor. If initialization on all threads is needed, then the field can be encapsulated by a lazy-initialized property:
ThreadLocal<>class can be used (as of .NET 4.0):