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How can I do a one way sync with a singleton

I’ve read the blog post ( http://davispaw.com/blog/2011/01/21/how-to-create-a-singleton-data-source/ ) about using a Service to create a singleton DAO that could be used to simplify certain operations. That sounds great. But if I have an entity that is a one to one to another entity. Then this entity only has data when it is set in its parent entity. How should I implement this type of singleton? Should the singleton be using the service pattern to set both entities to the same ID in it’s data source or should it use some other type of mechanism?
For example.
public class Person
{
public Name Name { get; set; }
public Address Address { get; set; }
public Entity State (in State.cs Person.State State)
}

public class State
{
public Name Name { get; set; }
public Address Address { get; set; }
}

public class PersonService
{
private readonly Repository repository;
private IDataSource dataSource;

public PersonService()
{
this.repository = new Repository( this.dataSource );
}
public Person GetPerson( Name name)
{
return this.repository.Get( name );
}
}

A:

You actually have a very important problem with that approach. You can’t have multiple services accessing the single service data source. When I say access, I don’t just mean call GetPerson from a different service, I mean have two different services both calling the same GetPerson, causing both to retrieve data from your single database row:
// Simulated service for testing
public class PersonService {… }
public class StateService {… }

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