The disable-event-thread Element"

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  <disable-event-thread>'''true'''|false</disable-event-thread>
 
  <disable-event-thread>'''true'''|false</disable-event-thread>
  
 
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{{deprecatedSince| 7.0.0}}
[Since ZK 7.0.0 deprecated to enable the event thread according to Java Servlet Specification that may prohibit the creation of new threads]
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Deprecated to enable the event thread according to Java Servlet Specification that may prohibit the creation of new threads
  
 
  [Default: true (disabled) for ZK 5 ad later; false (enabled) for ZK 2.x and 3.x]
 
  [Default: true (disabled) for ZK 5 ad later; false (enabled) for ZK 2.x and 3.x]

Latest revision as of 07:18, 28 April 2022


The disable-event-thread Element


Syntax:

<disable-event-thread>true|false</disable-event-thread>

Deprecated Since 7.0.0

Deprecated to enable the event thread according to Java Servlet Specification that may prohibit the creation of new threads
[Default: true (disabled) for ZK 5 ad later; false (enabled) for ZK 2.x and 3.x]

It specifies whether to disable the use of the event processing thread. If disabled, no event processing thread will be used at all. In other words, all events are processed in the same thread that serves HTTP requests (so-called Servlet thread) directly.

For better performance (and better compatibility with other frameworks), it is recommended to disable the use of the event processing thread. Please refer to ZK Developer's Reference: Event Threads for more information.

Enable the event thread only if the project does not need to integrate other frameworks (such as Spring), uses Messagebox and modal windows a lot, and does not have a lot of concurrent users.

Version History

Last Update : 2022/04/28


Version Date Content
7.0.0 November, 2013 Deprecated to enable event thread.


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