Melih Ercan xe44 9777
Fri, 03 Oct 1997 15:37:37 +0100


As far as I know, the purpose of oneway is to achieve an asynchronous
call (no response-fire and forget-nonblocking call) to a server object

Now imagine that there is a server object method whose execution takes
5 minutes when called.

When a client which resides on another address space activates this
method with oneway, the nonblocking will work fine as this call will be
routed to the proxy object which will send the request to the target
address space and will return immediately.

But if the target object is in the same address space, the call will be
done to the real object which will return to the client after 5 minutes.
What a nonblocking call!!!

Any comments???

Best regards.