i want to build a java application which will run on multiple nodes which access a database to retrieve questions(different questions may be retrieved by diferent hosts) and their answers to these multiple choice questions are entered into the database as and when the user on a host answers.
How many such remote hosts can the apache derby server support?
Thanks in advance.
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Pinned topic Urgent Help needed with derby network server
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Re: Urgent Help needed with derby network server2007-12-26T17:19:38Z in response to SystemAdminThe Network Server does not limit the number of connections but there are properties that will promote better performance when a large number of active threads are anticipated. Only by testing the specific application and network can you determine the responsiveness of any particular system design. Application design and hardware resources have the biggest impact on the response time of any system.