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From Steffen Späthe <>
Subject Re: multiple, parallel requests
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2006 08:54:14 GMT
Hello Antonio Petrelli,

thank you very much. Now my world is right again.
I tried multiple request from one firefox-instance in multiple tabs. And 
this doesn´t work - as you described it. Now I retried it with on 
firefox and on internet explorer instance. And it worked as expected. I 
thought, i tried two different browsers yesterday ... any way .... now 
it works :-) :-) :-)

Thank you very much!

Have a nice week,

> Steffen Späthe ha scritto:
>> In my understanding should an other thread been started with the 
>> service-methode, if the first thread is sill running and a new 
>> request comes in. If this isn´t correct, please correct me.
> Not always. If you are using HTTP 1.1 persistent connections and you 
> are trying to make a request from within the same browser (it should 
> be the default if you are using modern browsers and the latest Tomcat 
> if I am not wrong...), usually the browser will use the same caller 
> TCP port. Because there is a 1:1 mapping between the TCP port and the 
> service process (or thread), if the port does not change, the 
> thread/process will not change too.
> Just to be sure, open a new browser (I suggest to try with a totally 
> different one, e.g. use Firefox and IE) and retry the same experiment.
> Antonio
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