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  1. #1
    Humberto Morales Guest

    COM+ and the garbage collection

    I am an object that is using the COM+ object pooling service. My question is
    why doesn't my destructor get called when I shutdown the application? I have
    also tried implementing a Dispose function and that also doesn't get called.

    -H



  2. #2
    Jason Guest

    Re: COM+ and the garbage collection


    I am a COM+ pooling service. When an application creates an instance of you,
    I get the call. You are not created in the application. You are created
    by me. I made you, and only I can destroy you. When you are not being used,
    I store you in a pool.

    When the application shuts down, you just get returned to the pool, not destroyed.
    You are doomed to an eternity of servitude, and I am your master! Bwu-ha-ha-ha!

    Well, at least it isn't a pool of fire and brimstone. :-)

    "Humberto Morales" <humberto_morales@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >I am an object that is using the COM+ object pooling service. My question

    is
    >why doesn't my destructor get called when I shutdown the application? I

    have
    >also tried implementing a Dispose function and that also doesn't get called.
    >
    >-H



  3. #3
    Humberto Morales Guest

    Re: COM+ and the garbage collection

    Even so when I shutdown the COM+ app it should destroy all the objects in
    the pool, right?

    "Jason" <jason@creative_nospam_corp.com> wrote in message
    news:3cc02bb4$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > I am a COM+ pooling service. When an application creates an instance of

    you,
    > I get the call. You are not created in the application. You are created
    > by me. I made you, and only I can destroy you. When you are not being

    used,
    > I store you in a pool.
    >
    > When the application shuts down, you just get returned to the pool, not

    destroyed.
    > You are doomed to an eternity of servitude, and I am your master!

    Bwu-ha-ha-ha!
    >
    > Well, at least it isn't a pool of fire and brimstone. :-)
    >
    > "Humberto Morales" <humberto_morales@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > >I am an object that is using the COM+ object pooling service. My question

    > is
    > >why doesn't my destructor get called when I shutdown the application? I

    > have
    > >also tried implementing a Dispose function and that also doesn't get

    called.
    > >
    > >-H

    >




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