Gzip requires rudder-serverv1.4 or higher. Otherwise, your events might fail.
RudderStack does not store or persist the user state in any of the server-side SDKs.
Unlike the client-side SDKs that deal with only a single user at a given time, the server-side SDKs deal with multiple users simultaneously. Therefore, you must specify either the userId or anonymousIdevery time while making any API calls supported by the .NET SDK.
The [identify](https://www.rudderstack.com/docs/event-spec/standard-events/identify/ call lets you identify a visiting user and associate them to their actions. It also lets you record the traits about them like their name, email address, etc.
A sample identify call made using the .NET SDK is shown below:
An optional dictionary of the group’s traits like nameor email.
Object containing anonymousId, integrations, timestamp, and context.
See the options parameter section for more information on the options object and its fields.
The alias call lets you merge different identities of a known user. It is an advanced method that lets you change the tracked user’s ID explicitly. You can use alias for managing the user’s identity in some of the downstream destinations.
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