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 ).
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