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Will there be port collision when multiple applets access a single servlet?

 
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Hi all,

I am confronted with a confusion whether there will be any port collisions when multiple applets send a request to single servlet continously. I am using HTTP communication between a real time graph applet and the servlet . Does it has any perfomance issues .
thanks n regards
paskal
 
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I wouldn't expect there to be any problems. This is effectively the same situation as several web browsers hitting the servlet at the same time - which happens all the time.
 
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