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Hello,
    I have just a concern, I'm developing an db-driven pages with ASP. Of course there is some read/write to the database. There will be a couple of people who will be entering information which will be put in the database.

I've read some ASP books but there is no mention of threads. Should I be worried about threads? I'm just wondering how threads are handled in ASP (either using VBScript or JScript). OR IIS takes care of threads.

So, is there an experience ASP developer who has some info for me to read on how to code so that i can make my application thread-safe. Same applies to connection pooling. I'm a Java Developer, so, I know how threads and connection pooling works in Java, however, I'm rather new to ASP. Any help would be very nice.

Thanx in advance.

-Nikolas
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