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Using Threadlocal in a singleton class

Ryan Raina
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Joined: Jun 16, 2010
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hi all

I have a doubt regarding using thread local variables.. consider the following code



My first question is I want thread local present in the same class where rest of the methods are also present(On browsing internet everybody is making it in separate class and making thread local object in it ).....i want it in the same class(is the usage correct??)
My top level is singleton ..do I have any issue because of it..Also if threadlocal is static will it have any issue


Thanks in advance
Jeff Verdegan
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Joined: Jan 03, 2004
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Sorry, it's really not clear what you're asking. Can you try to clarify a bit? Maybe add some examples?

Also, please don't use large blocks of bold text. It's hard to read. Thanks!
 
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