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Can I Specify Max No of Objects To Be Created By MTS

Can I Specify Max No of Objects To Be Created By MTS

Can I Specify Max No of Objects To Be Created By MTS

(OP)
hi,
   i want to know if i can somehow specify how many objects of a paticular component i want MTS to create,
   I am aware of object pooling in COM+ but is it possible for me to specify it im MTS 2.0

RE: Can I Specify Max No of Objects To Be Created By MTS

Howdy,

In the MTS 2.0 Helpfile under 'Object Pooling and Recycling':
"...

Important  Object pooling and recycling is not available in this release. MTS calls CanBePooled as described here, but no pooling takes place. This forward-compatibility encourages developers to use CanBePooled in their applications now in order to benifit from a future release without having to modify their applications later.

..."

Regards,
         Kees

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