I have the following question regarding starting Async procedures on an
Is it possible to start an second (and third...) async procedure while the
first started async procedure
still runs on the Appserver ?
I have been testing this and it seems that
the Progress-client which starts the async procedures
gets queued when it tries to start the second procedure
while the first one is still running.
(My appserver is configured as state-less)
Can anybody confirm my findings?
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That is how async works. The calls are queued up and executed
one after the other. The "async" part means that your 4GL client
is not locked up waiting for the appserver to finish executing
a program, not that the appserver will execute multiple 4GL
programs at the same time.
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Thanks for the answer, but it does not
sound really async.!
From: Brian K. Maher
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2002 3:11 PM
Subject: RE: Appserver question
If you want to execute two processes at the same time you should fire
these processes in diferent appserver brokers.
See kbase# 20801 to get a brief explanation of how the queue processes
You are right, this is not really async, you can use more than one 4GL
session and executed one procedure in each session
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