On Fri, 30 Jan 2004 listas(at)lozano(dot)eti(dot)br wrote:
> > > Web applications should NEVER fork processes or create their own threads.
> > > Period. Do this isn't safe in any environment, os, web server or
> > development
> > > tool. You can see on the J2EE specs that Servlets and EJBs are expressly
> > > prohibited from doing this.
> > Is this true? I know lots of servelet developers (mostly using Tomcat) that
> > do this all the time without encountering any problems. Could you point me
> > to the part in the spec where it indicates that this is inappropriate?
This was recently discussed on the jdbc list here:
The general consensus was that threads are legal in servlets.
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