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Hi, I was thinking. The Action dispatching is not multithreaded. In other words: the Action does nog extends Thread nor does it implements Runnable. What is the reason for this? When there are many client requests, there will be a waitbuffer, won't there be? Request are handled after eachother. Could anyone explain this? We are developing a dispatcher that dispatches jobs to actions that need to be Threads, because they extract data from the database. In order to not slowing down other requests, we made it an extension of Thread. Thanks and cheers, Jeroen Oosterlaar
Thanks, I found out myself. Threads aren't even possible. Say I develop my own dispatcher. My actions are extensions of Thread. When I pass the request object to that action, it cannot be used anymore. The reference is lost. Thanks for the comments.