I was wondering what is the behavior of synchronous event receivers when multiple items are added at a same time? in the following blog it is mentioned that "synchronous event handlers have a blocking nature because they run on the same thread that is processing the event action."

Does that mean, if i add multiple items, then the logic will be executed for one item at a time and not concurrently?


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    Your question title references remote event receivers while your question text and the link seem to refer to on-premises event receivers. Those are different things. Which are you asking about? – Derek Gusoff Feb 2 '18 at 18:31
  • Remote Event Receivers – Deepa Moorjmalani Feb 3 '18 at 5:14

A Remote Event Receiver is just a web endpoint. It takes requests and makes responses. It can handle multiple requests just like a normal website can handle multiple requests.

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