Wednesday, April 9, 2003 09:58 PM
The following description is given for the above statement.
"The response to a request is handled by a light-weight Action object, rather than an individual servlet. Struts instantiates each Action class once,
and allows other requests to be threaded through the original object
. This core strategy conserves resources and provides the best possible throughput. A properly-designed application will exploit this further by routing related operations through a single Action.
What does it mean ?
If my Action class is single threaded then how can i handle multiple request at a time ?