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[ProtocolChain] -> It depends on which strategy you want to implement. You can associate one ProtocolChain per Request (the statefull approach), or one ProtocolChain shared amongs all requests (stateless approach). The ProtocolChain can be shared amongs all SelectorHandler if you do:
So to answer your last question, your don't need to have 2 Controller, just need to create two instance of a ProtocolChainInstanceHandler, and set them on the SelectorHandler handling cA and cB :-)
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by pcultau123 - 2011-06-02 04:36
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