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We use lots of services that use each other and use themselves internally.
When used internally they create instances of their proxies using a TROLocalChannel.
I noticed that whenever you execute a normal call from a proxy using another type of channel it causes a remote call which is received by the server and a new thread is spawn to respond to that call. Perfect.
On the case of TROLocalChannel I dont think the server spawns another thread to attend its internal call. Is that the case? I will expect the caller to remain on the thread where it was executed (could be the main thread or another) and I will have to deal with the logic of doing an async call or keep it there but once it “leaves” to the server it should spawn a thread to respond to it. Is that the case?