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From "Andre Prasetya" <>
Subject Re: Thread Pool
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2007 06:10:09 GMT
I am a bit loss reading your message.

is the flow like this ?
a java program called a servlet in multi thread mode
while the request is being processed, the java program called another
process and somehow end up in calling another servlet in the same manner as
above. But then the program have to wait the 1st call to finish instead of
it running on seperate thread.

Am i true ?
if truethen the mistake is at your java program and not at tomcat. If you
need thread pooling, you can use jdk5's ExecutorService.

On 6/12/07, Siraj Haider <> wrote:
> I am using tomcat version:5.5.20 java version:1.6.0-b105 os version:
> intel solaris 5.10
> scenario is: my java program call a servlet which return to my java
> program using sendData and then goes into a loop to perform other
> functions.  Now after i get the control back in my java program i try to
> call another servlet on the same tomcat, but it waits until the previous
> servlet call (which was in a loop to perform other functions) is done.
> I have these settings in my servler.xml for thread pooling:
> maxThreads="1000" minSpareThreads="100" maxSpareThreads="200"
> acceptCount="500".  Can somebody please how to fix this problem ?
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