[Esml-users] Difference between a Timer and and a Thread?

Feng Shi fengshi at isis.vanderbilt.edu
Tue Jun 8 10:24:23 CDT 2004


All subscribe port can be associated with a thread in process model,
which means that the subscribe port should be running within the
specified thread. 

Hope this helps and please let us know any other question.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jesse Greenwald [mailto:jesse at cis.ksu.edu] 
Sent: Monday, June 07, 2004 4:22 PM
To: esml-users
Subject: [Esml-users] Difference between a Timer and and a Thread?


What does it mean for a component subscription port to be hooked up to a
Thread vs the port being hooked up to a Timer?

I understand that the Timer causes an event to be periodically delivered
to the subscription port.  Does a Thread connected to a subscription
port also mean that an event is periodically delivered to the port?


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