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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 1:20
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Daniel Turini23-Oct-02 1:23
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Paul Watson23-Oct-02 2:05
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Daniel Turini23-Oct-02 2:22
Daniel Turini23-Oct-02 2:22 
What you are doing is also known as "Engine Collection Class" or ECC-design.

Gosh, I'll have to dig some old links and books I've read with analisys of common design styles and send you...

In the mean time, you can learn something from COM+ stateless components here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/1200/comtips/default.aspx[^]

You can also read a discussion of ECC-design problems here:
http://dotnet247.com/247reference/msgs/2/10148.aspx[^]


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Questionthread.Abort() doesn't work????? Pin
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Questionplease try it...see what happens...is it a bug? Pin
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