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I have a question on sending multiple requests. Let's say I send multiple requests to the same servlet (Ofcourse two in my case) on a single click of button, is there a guarantee that those requests would be processed in the same order?
But is it really possible to send multiple requests on a single button click? Haven't tried it yet but I think the first request is processed and the servlet will generate some response and the second request does not get a chance.
Sure it is. A click handler can be defined to fire off any number of requests to newly-opened windows, to iframes, as Ajax requests and so on.
I am not familiar with a click handler But can a click handler send multiple requests to a servlet? If yes then I think after the first request, a response will be generated and as I said above the second request wont get a chance. Is it like that some client side buffering is done for requests?