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Its been quite a while since servlet 3.0 specs came and we see some app servers started supporting it. so is adobe concerned with providing blazeds equipped with using the Java NIO(non blocking input/output) with its messaging channel endpoints? I read that along with this specs the entire blazeds j2ee project stack will have a better performance output when its under some sizable load..

So can someone tell me is there anything much to be gained from using servlet 3.0 specs with blazeds beyond this, please share your thoughts.

Regarding the book promo(Flex and Java) went through the contents was glad to see some sections specifically for Blazeds remoting and messaging, definitley also chapter 7. Expected some more with AIR section

 
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Santhosh Venkatesan wrote:Its been quite a while since servlet 3.0 specs came and we see some app servers started supporting it. so is adobe concerned with providing blazeds equipped with using the Java NIO(non blocking input/output) with its messaging channel endpoints? I read that along with this specs the entire blazeds j2ee project stack will have a better performance output when its under some sizable load..

So can someone tell me is there anything much to be gained from using servlet 3.0 specs with blazeds beyond this, please share your thoughts.

Regarding the book promo(Flex and Java) went through the contents was glad to see some sections specifically for Blazeds remoting and messaging, definitley also chapter 7. Expected some more with AIR section



To be honest, I've not really been following the Servlet 3.0 spec, so I am not sure about the NIO benefits.

With regards to having more in the AIR section, the purpose of our book was not to teach someone Flex or AIR, but simply to show how to integrate these two technologies with Java.
 
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Just got to now from adobe bug system, they seem to add servlet 3.0 in the next version of blazeds.. thats good..
https://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/BLZ-569?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel

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