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What is Object pooling in ASP.NET.

Posted By: amit     Posted Date: December 18, 2009    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
use of object pooling and how to handle.

Author: nishithraj             
Posted Date: December 18, 2009     Points: 5   

It is a concept that implies that we can store a pool of objects in memory to be reused later and, hence, reduce the load of object creation to a great extent. An Object Pool, also known as a Resource Pool, is a list/set of ready to be used reusable objects that reduce the overhead of creating each object from the scratch whenever a request for an object creation comes in. This is somewhat similar to the functioning of a Connection Pool, but with some distinct differences. This article throws light on this concept (Object Pooling) and discusses how we can implement a simple generic Object Pool in .NET.

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Author: Abhisek Panda             
Posted Date: December 25, 2009     Points: 5   
Author: Lalij Mer             
Posted Date: January 05, 2010     Points: 5   

Object Pooling is something that tries to keep a pool of objects in memory to be re-used later and hence it will reduce the load of object creation to a great extent.

Object Pool is nothing but a container of objects that are ready for use. Whenever there is a request for a new object, the pool manager will take the request and it will be served by allocating an object from the pool.
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