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How can J2EE Programming be used to leverage Multicore processors?

John Paul Murphy
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How can J2EE Programming be used to leverage Multicore processors? Thank you.
Jesper de Jong
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J2EE application servers are multi-threaded server applications. Because they are multi-threaded, they will most likely be able to use all the cores of your multi-core processor.


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Paul Clapham
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Originally posted by Jesper Young:
Because they are multi-threaded, they will most likely be able to use all the cores of your multi-core processor.
Provided, of course, that the underlying JVM supports that. I doubt that there is anything in J2EE specifically that can affect how the JVM and the operating system do their thread processing.
 
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