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Ronald Depew
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Java Frameworks have traditionally supported synchronous processing (Send and Respond entire web pages). How is it possible to implement asynchronous processing in such a processing send_receive model?
Bear Bibeault
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The HTTP mechanism remains the same. A request is sent from the browser, and a response is returned.

The asynchronous nature of Ajax is on the client and has nothing to do with the server which just gets the usual HTTP message.
[ September 22, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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