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Sri Addanki
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Hi,
Can someone tell the Difference between Client Side Threading, Server Side Threading?
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Mr. C Lamont Gilbert
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I hate to give the obvious answer but...One is done on the client side, and one is done on the server side. Their is no other difference.
Are you asking what is the difference between a client side program and a server side program? Or what effect will you see?
Question needs more boundaries.
 
Parthasarathy Venkatavaradhan
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In terms of performance, Client-side threading will have servere impact than server side. This is due to obvious reasons to have thin clients. So, in a typical client-server programming, the number of threads running on the server-side is many more compared to the number of threads running on the client-side. While most of the client-side threads are worker-threads, meaning, will come to a halt once the job is done, it's not always the case with server-side threads. Of course, when client requests server for a service, such services may be handled by worker threads in the server.
 
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Thanks, Parthasarathy.
This is what i was looking for; i'm almost finished with the Java Developer assignment and wanted to find out the difference in terms of performance. I really didn't know that i used client side threading in my assignment & also i wanted to elaborate on this in my design document.
I'm sorry i couldn't get back to u asap as i looked into the post after along time.
thanks,
sri
 
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