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general archetecture questions.

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I'm starting a venture into the ASP.NET area for the first time in ways.
though i've learned how to write up a page real quick i'm starting to write
a full application.

My past projects used classic asp and java (with j++ and javareg.exe)
because i kinda sorta dispise vb6. asp.net fixed that, now i gotta get on
board.

first app i'm writing will be using XML as a database of sorts, using
dataset and dataview and wrapped up in a set of classes. in the past i used
".getinstance()" in java to get a single instance of a class (datapool type
of situation) contained in a application variable to ensure i dont have 3-4
different instances hitting the database and worse now writing 3-4 different
xml files.

is there anything that would ensure this doesnt happen? when you use a
application variable in .net does it reference the same object in memory and
let it be addressed by different sessions?
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When you want to find architectural documentation search MSDN
or Google: "patterns & practices" which you can see by starting
here [1].
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<%= Clinton Gallagher
A/E/C Consulting, Web Design, e-Commerce Software Development
Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin USA
NET csgallagher@ REMOVETHISTEXT metromilwaukee.com
URL http://www.metromilwaukee.com/clintongallagher/
[1]
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...asp?frame=true

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I'm starting a venture into the ASP.NET area for the first time in ways.
though i've learned how to write up a page real quick i'm starting to write
a full application.

My past projects used classic asp and java (with j++ and javareg.exe)
because i kinda sorta dispise vb6. asp.net fixed that, now i gotta get on
board.

first app i'm writing will be using XML as a database of sorts, using
dataset and dataview and wrapped up in a set of classes. in the past i used
".getinstance()" in java to get a single instance of a class (datapool type
of situation) contained in a application variable to ensure i dont have 3-4
different instances hitting the database and worse now writing 3-4 different
xml files.

is there anything that would ensure this doesnt happen? when you use a
application variable in .net does it reference the same object in memory and
let it be addressed by different sessions?

Nov 18 '05 #2

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thanks... will look into it!
"clintonG" <csgallagher@RE************@metromilwaukee.com> wrote in message
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When you want to find architectural documentation search MSDN
or Google: "patterns & practices" which you can see by starting
here [1].
--
<%= Clinton Gallagher
A/E/C Consulting, Web Design, e-Commerce Software Development
Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin USA
NET csgallagher@ REMOVETHISTEXT metromilwaukee.com
URL http://www.metromilwaukee.com/clintongallagher/
[1]
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...asp?frame=true
"jack" <ja**@bone.com> wrote in message
news:ma********************@adelphia.com...
I'm starting a venture into the ASP.NET area for the first time in ways.
though i've learned how to write up a page real quick i'm starting to write a full application.

My past projects used classic asp and java (with j++ and javareg.exe)
because i kinda sorta dispise vb6. asp.net fixed that, now i gotta get on board.

first app i'm writing will be using XML as a database of sorts, using
dataset and dataview and wrapped up in a set of classes. in the past i used ".getinstance()" in java to get a single instance of a class (datapool type of situation) contained in a application variable to ensure i dont have 3-4 different instances hitting the database and worse now writing 3-4 different xml files.

is there anything that would ensure this doesnt happen? when you use a
application variable in .net does it reference the same object in memory and let it be addressed by different sessions?


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