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blocking receive on the responses from mutiple clients to  a single server using threads

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the responses from the different clients tot the server are to be obtained in blocked manner using threads how can this be done
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Have the action class (or listener) immeadiately call a synchronized method that does the request handling and response generation.
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how to use the buffer queue in the sender end to receive the responses from the different receivers
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