Re: ATL singleton
Alexander Lamaison <email@example.com> wrote:
On Fri, 19 Sep 2008 18:54:07 -0400, Igor Tandetnik wrote:
The connection isn't anything DCOMish. When I say a remote
connection, I really mean a local, inproc object that hold the
client end of an SFTP session.
Then just stick it in a global variable and be done with it. I
thought you needed something shared between processes. You lost me,
I don't understand your problem at all.
I was going to do that but I read various things that said a holding a
pool of these pointers in a simple global was a bad idea if they could
ever be accessed from different appartments.
Did you write the object (the one that holds the connection)? Is it
thread-safe? Why does it have to be a COM object in the first place?
With best wishes,
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