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Let’s say we have a service that does some processing. This service needs to support multithreading, and there is some additional information that needs to be saved along the main process.
For example, I have a dao service. This service in addition to saving the entity, knows to save the full graph of the entity. What I need in the end of an action (update) is a list of all entities that where effected. Since this service is a singleton and multiple threads will be calling the same update function I need to save this information somewhere.
I have an application with a set of model classes.
I need to externalize them with soap. I do not want to couple my soap interface with my internal classes, but on the other hand i do not want to duplicate all my classes (there are many).
Does any one have ideas of what to do?
We all find ourselves finding solutions to the problem of loading different configurations depending on the environment.