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Yuvraj Singh
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Hi Greg,
I wanted to know the Scalability and Performance
of two modes of Request Processing Synchronous &
Asynchronous.
In my application I have to process request coming from Siebel(CRM)Application hosted on IIS
by J2EE Application Server .
What you suggest in this scenario...
One more thing I want to process the request on real time and I also don't want to loose data..
Thanks in advance,
Manish
 
Roger Thornhill
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Hi Manish,
Although it is my opinion that one should generally try to exploit asynchrony when possible, it sounds to me like your real time needs may require you to deliver a reply to each request ASAP, which suggests synchronous. But it really depends -- for example, are clients making explicit requests (i.e., clicking on buttons) or are they simply watching for page updates?
I'd rather not stake an answer in the ground until I know more details. Can you give us a better picture of what the application does?
Thanks.
 
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