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WHAT IS THE DIFF B/N SYNCRONOUS AND ASYNCRONOUS?

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 09:28 AM

    Hi,

    Call transaction: synchronus processing and async. update

    When you are uploading records using call transaction, it will initiate the transaction for processing (wait untill it starts processing) and goes to next record. It will not wait untill that record is updated in the database tables.

    Session Method: Async. processing and sync update

    In session method, all records will be loaded(creates a session, but will not initiate the transaction untill you start processing the session, hence async processing)in to a session and when you start processing the session,for each record the application document will be created (sysn. update) and then will go to process 2nd record.

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 09:31 AM

    Hi,

    Synchronous: Will commit the work , return and Acknowldge and then start for next transaction.

    -Slow

    -Gurented

    Asynchronous: Will commit the work and start for next transaction without waitong for Acknoledgement.

    -Fast

    -Cant take.

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 09:31 AM

    Synchronous:

    If there is one process at a time and second process wait for first to finish this is synchronous.

    Asynchronous:

    If two process run in simultanously with out waiting for each other. thta is Asynchronous.

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