Until now I alway build our applications using 'normal' sockets. Currently
I've got an application server build which is running well for years now.
Now I've modified the server so it is able to process soap messages. The
soap messages are send by the webserver to the application server on another
engine, parsed and executed and result is sent back. So far so good. But I
wonder, when do I have to use a threaded approach. 'Long' and 'blocking' as
said in the ics sample is very vague for me. I ask this because of a
possible near redesign of the server.
University of Groningen
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