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Dear Jeff and David,

In another post, I saw that:

you can use same web application (Datasource refer to remote database server)

This makes me think of, in case, I have all Portlets in the same server, while I need external (remote) data source access, then, the Portlet might use any methods to get the data via the network.

However, what will happen when, say, I have 10 Portlets, one of them cannot locate the data from remote, or due to the small bandwidth, the transmission of data is very slow?

Will my page still be displayed? Or all contents of the 9 portlets will display, while the rest is still waiting?

Any method to work around with this issue?

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