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Ice thread endurance

VladjaVladja Member Vadimir JovanovicOrganization: Geomant,Inc.Project: Java client-server with ICE
Hello,

I have an Ice server and a client connected to it. On the other hand, the Ice client represents a server that talks to its own clients through sockets. So, the socket client invokes methods on the Ice server intermediately through the socket server.
I am not sure how endurable the Ice thread really is.
Is there a way to make a new thread to the Ice server that would be synchronized with the first one?
Could you give some explanation on this?

Thanks,
-Vladimir

Comments

  • matthewmatthew NL, CanadaMember Matthew NewhookOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine ✭✭✭
    It appears you have some sort of socket -> ice bridge (in this case the client that you refer to). After that I don't understand what you are asking. I suggest you read the concurrency models section of the Ice manual - after that you should have a clearer idea of the threading models that Ice supports. If after this things are still not clear please try to explain a little further what you what.
  • VladjaVladja Member Vadimir JovanovicOrganization: Geomant,Inc.Project: Java client-server with ICE
    Ok, thanks for answering. Will check the docs.
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