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Hi all,

I have a small query.

Suppose we have an application lets say www.xyz.com which has been created using struts framework and it is being accessed by

some 10000 people at any given point of time.

In that case, as we know for any struts application there will be ONLY ONE action servlet which will be instantiated only once.

So in this scenario if some 500 people are accessing the site then, at that time how the application flow will work? like will there be

500 different threads accessing an instance of action servlet or ??

Can anyone please explain me the complete flow of the application in this scenario?

Thanks in advance.


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I don't have much knowledge about Struts 1.x, but that's how a normal servlet works i.e. one instance, multiple threads. So that should also be the case for action servlet...
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