Has anyone successfully implemented in a multi user environment?
That is multiple users interacting with the same application such as on a touch surface.
I am finding that when a second command (user 2) starts it requires the first command (user 1) to be committed. This causes very frequent commits and therefore a performance hit.
With the touch functionality in Windows 7 I expect that this will become a more important issue.
Does anyone have any ideas / experience in this area?