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I have multiple clients, and I'm trying to send to each and every one of them some messages, using async callbacks (when a message is sent, next message is dequeued).
 
I wanted to ask if when using Async callbacks, are they using the thread pool? or exceeding it? or anything like that.
 
Can I simply execute my Async callbacks without worrying, would they be executed like every other queued thread in the thread pool?
Posted 25-Oct-11 22:49pm
Edited 25-Oct-11 22:52pm
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If you mean by async callbacks the asynchronous programming model (BeginInvoke, EndInvoke etc.) then the threadpool is generally used.
 
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms228963.aspx[^]
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ShacharK at 26-Oct-11 4:27am
   
I mean the socket's async receive and send...

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