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creation of 5 object instances dynamically for a servlet

raghuram bikkani
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how we create 5 object instances dynamically for a servlet?suppose if creation is possible dynamically, i make a request to that servlet which object instance will give to me?
Bear Bibeault
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Unless you use a deprecated setting, there will be only one instance of a servlet per servlet declaration.


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Purushoth Thambu
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I doubt about deprecated api. Servlet specification has deprecated just SingleThreaded class. Loading multiple instance is fine as long as synchronization is take care in the servlet. Setting the number of servlet to be loaded is specific to application server. For eg: WebLogic has something like single-threaded-servlet-pool-size. Correct me if I am wrong.
 
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