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From Ralph Goers <>
Subject Re: cocoon actions implements threadsafe
Date Fri, 02 Jun 2006 18:04:10 GMT
It is interesting that you say that they are using threadsafe and then 
show an example that says SingleThreaded.  These are not the same thing. 
Look at  Actions 
only have a single act method so in most cases they should be able to 
implement ThreadSafe. Marking them as SingleThreaded would almost 
certainly be a bottleneck.


Doug Herold wrote:

> Hi,
> I have noticed that some of our programers are using threadsafe when 
> creating a class for actions.
> public *class* StudentSearchAction *extends* AbstractAction * 
> implements* SingleThreaded {
> I read that you should never use SingleThreaded and that it was going 
> to be depreciated.  Our server has a very large load, but we were 
> having problems with one user being able to see another users info.  I 
> think this is why the used this.  We are now having problems with 
> performance.  Could this cause performance issues.
> Could someone point me to any good articles about the dangers 
> of SingleThread classes and what to do instead of using them.
> Thanks in advance
> Doug

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