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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I have a DLL in which there are classes and classes have numerous methods.

I want to create 10 different instances of the DLL and pass a same variable to each of the instances. Every instance will loop through the same classes and same methods.

I want to use multi-threading for this purpose such that I can parallelly/simultaneously using all the 10 instances.


How do I go about it.


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I have 10 databases which store data about the Project Plans. my aim is to generate an XML file containg info about the plans. There is a variable that passes the name of the database to the DLL.

Now I want to use multi-threading such that I can generate files from all the databases simultaneously/parallely.

Note: I want to use the same variable to pass the name of the database to every instance.

 All the instances will use the same classes and methods for this purpose.


Thnx in advance.

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