Singleton Orchestration in BizTalk Server
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Published: 19 Mar 2007
Abstract
In this article you will learn how to write Singleton orchestrations using BizTalk Server.
by Naveen Karamchetti
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Overview

Generally, a singleton pattern is used to restrict the number of instances of a class to only one object. This means there can be only one instance of a class at any time. All the requests for an instance of the class would point to the same object that was created earlier.

The singleton pattern is implemented by creating a class with a method that creates a new instance of the object if one does not exist. If an instance already exists, it simply returns a reference to that object. To make sure that the object cannot be instantiated any other way, the constructor is made either private or protected.


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Title: Singleton_Orchestration_in_BizTalk_Server   
Name: srinivas
Date: 2012-09-13 3:36:26 AM
Comment:
Hi naveen karamchetti,

recently i read one of the artical(Singleton orchestraion in biztalk server) written by you.It is a very good artical.
in that artical you explain with one sample example.i need that sample code.please send to my mail id it is usefull to me.plz plz plz plz send me.

Thanks & regards
srinivas
srinu.reddy789@gmail.com
Title: Error Handling   
Name: Ramon
Date: 2011-03-11 1:08:22 PM
Comment:
What happens if there is an error in the first batch that the orchestration receive and there are more to come. Does the orchestration fail and the next batch starts a new orchestration or what happens?
Title: Demo   
Name: Author
Date: 2008-12-03 1:56:46 PM
Comment:
Delay is just for demo only. You are free to remove.
Title: Why the delay?   
Name: Adman
Date: 2008-01-28 12:11:43 PM
Comment:
What's the purpose of the delay? If you leave out a delay, why are lots of CPU cycles used...?

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