Difference between single thread and multi thread model servlet
Answered by Scott on 2005-05-12 10:39:32: A servlet that implements SingleThreadModel means that for every request, a single servlet instance is created. This is not a very scalable solution as most web servers handle multitudes of requests. A multi-threaded servlet means that one servlet is capable of handling many requests which is the way most servlets should be implemented.
A single thread model for servlets is generally used to protect sensitive data ( bank account operations ).
Showing Answers 1 - 3 of 3 Answers
- QTP launch application methods
- Copy stage in processing
- Citrix vdi and citrix xendesktop
- Xenapp 6.0 and xenapp 6.5
- What is the difference body & neutral earthing ?
- What are the basic difference between re-insurance and insurance claim handling?
- Business rule & business validation
- What is the difference between subnetmask and host
- Oracle cursors in PL/SQL
- What is difference between win XP and win 7
- Launch any application methods in QTP
- Microstrategy differences
- What is the difference between a Java developer and Java designer?
- Cash management service
- Is there any difference between web application testing and sharepoint application testing.
- Difference between Informatica 8.1 and 8.6 in briefly
- Worksoft certify
- Database design
- Difference between computer architecture, structure, and organization