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[SCWCD] class that control Threads in Servlet

 
Paulo Gervásio.
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Hi!

I'm with this doubt, about when the thread is instanciated and started...
I'm using the tomcat container, but I can't see when this happens.

Do you know which class or classes control these process?

Thanks

Paulo Gervásio.

 
Frits Walraven
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Hi Paulo,

Welcome to javaranch!

For every request a separate thread is created, why do you want to know which class controls this? This is something container specific and not part of the SCWCD exam.

Regards,
Frits
 
Paulo Gervásio.
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Hi Frits!

Thanks!

I already knew that the Container creates a Thread by requisition, but i like know how this process works.
I think that this info will help me in future problems with safety and synchronization.

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Paulo Gervásio
 
Abimaran Kugathasan
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Frits Walraven wrote:
For every request a separate thread is created, why do you want to know which class controls this? This is something container specific and not part of the SCWCD exam.


creating Threads to serves the request is container specific or servlet/jsp specific?
 
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Abimaran Kugathasan wrote:creating Threads to serves the request is container specific or servlet/jsp specific?

No its not, its given in the Spec that a new thread will be created to handle each request. What Frits is saying is the spec doesn't say which class will create a thread to handle the request, the container can have its own classes for that...
 
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