Using threads in Servlet Context

Hi All,

is it recommented to not use the Thread inside the ServletContext??

Can anybody give some informational links regarding the same?

Cheers
manojvelliyatt
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TimYatesCommented:
but it should be fine (so long as you don't have a race condition, and permanently hung threads)
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krispolsCommented:
Hello manojvelliyatt,

when you want to know what part of J2EE can do the best is the specification.
For servlet you can read the following document http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/download.html#specs

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