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Servlet Container/Web Server Threads management

murali kankanala
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Hello Experts,

Could you please give brief idea how the Web Server is applying threads on Servlet object ( because server is doing to create only one Servlet object if we dont implement SingleThreadModel interface)?

Thank you.
Bear Bibeault
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Pretty simple really: each request is executed in its own thread.


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