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is com+ really stateless

is com+ really stateless

is com+ really stateless

i allways assumed that com+ doesnt save states.

lately i cheacked it. i wrote a simple class that has one property and entered it into the component services.

then i wrote an exe that defines 1000 clases and initilizes this property.

to my suprise every instance of the class rememberd its state

how can it be?

RE: is com+ really stateless

Depends what in COM+ you were using and how you were using it. For instance if you're using object pooling by itself I'm not surprised.

Object pooling and JIT and how you develop them both can produce stateless objects.

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