Applying the Singleton Design Pattern in .NET Remoting
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Published: 26 Oct 2006
Abstract
This article describes how to apply the Singleton Design Pattern in .NET Remoting.
by Joseph Chahine
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Introduction

Having worked with .NET Remoting for a while, I would like to describe an issue I encountered while working with Client Activated Objects (CAO's) hosted in IIS.

This article describes how you can avoid a matching instance of a class in every remote object to ensure it only has one instance and to provide a global point of access to it.


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