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Whether window size will limit the speed of data entry in Java

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Hi all,
We try to develop a data entry system by using Java Applet. But there is a problem.The system should promise that the data operator don't need to wait for the system response before he enters the next record. In host-terminal system, this isn't a problem. But in windows OS, whether the window buffer size limits this function? If not, Using socket in Java whether can resolve this problem?

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The hits are normally taken at startup, so once it's initialized you should be OK, unless you're changing the gui significantly after startup
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Have your updates sent to server in a seperate thread and the user will not need to wait for system response.
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thanks for reply. we assume multiple data operators enter data to a server at the same time and their typing speed is very fast. So it is possible the window size of the server will be full taken. if this happens, the server will not response for the continue input. Correct me if i am wrong.
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Without knowing the details, it's difficult to say exactly, but i'd guess that any problems are unlikely
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8-)
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