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    performance java .net adapter

    i have a question about .net adapter performance.
    do java adapters have better performance?

    does using .net adapter cause the server doesn't accept new connection for lots of client?


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    the .NET adapter has a slight and mostly irrelevant disadvantage as it needs to communicate to the server via TCP. Obviously this changes if the adapter is located "far away" from the server thus introducing a big latency in the communication between the two.

    As per the refusal of new connections this may happen with the java and .net adapters alike if session instauration calls (e.g.: notifyNewSession notifyUser...) are slow enough for the client to give up on the connection because of its timeouts.





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