Frequently Asked Questions

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What are servlets?
What servlet resources are there?
What servlets are included with the generic servlet library?
What servlet runners are available?
What version of Java is supported?
How do I use a Just-In-Time Compiler (JIT)?
What are these Java Connections and why are there so many?
What is JVM Memory and why did it come with my JVM?
How do I get the JRunAdmin applet to work?
How do I interpret the data in stdout.log?
 

 
 
 

Java Connections determine how many simultaneous requests your servlet can handle. Our servlet runner (Caucho's Resin) exploits Java's multi-threaded nature to allow concurrent instances of a servlet to run without disturbing each other. Note that the number of Java Connections you have doesn't equal the number of simultaneous visitors your website may attract - most client requests take a few milliseconds to complete, so even one Java Connection can serve many site visitors.

 


 
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