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Using a synchronous receiver in a web application

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Joined: Oct 02, 2002
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I would like to know the implication(s) of using a synchronous receiver in a web application. A receiver that continuously looks for message from the specified queue ? I would like to specifically know if it is going to be a big drag in terms of performance.

The receiver would be some what like this


 
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