The optimization of the Alert Messaging system is achieved as follows:
1. The code of database connectivity is segregated, i.e., it is written in a different section under one bean, this bean is used to do interaction with the database server. The connection with database is done by this bean, in the default constructor of every server class implementing load balancer.
2. The project unlike other systems which are based on round robin scheduling or FIFO, is based on Capacity Driven scheduling. Here, more load is given to the client which is more efficient and delivers larger number of alerts to customers. It not only increases the overall efficiency but also gets away with the choking problem.
3. In most of the client/server applications, the server is used to shed load or give the alert messages for transmission to customers but in alert messaging system the clients first finish off the work assigned to them. Clients get more work only when they finished off the work assigned to them.
4. If due to any reasons the database connection gets broken then it has to be reset. The optimization is achieved when server starts its thread (threads = clients). Each of the thread have to get the array list from the database server. If the connection gets broken; it can be reestablished by any of the executing threads at that time, so resetting of broken database is also optimized by this multithreaded architecture.
5. If any of the three modes of message transmission, i.e., SMS, Email, Pager is down on any client machine then by using the backup mode the message can be transmitted to the customer.


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