You can only make updates to SWT controls from within the SWT UI thread. You need to use either synExec or asyncExec to accomplish running other code that updates SWT controls because these methods cause the code to be run on the SWT UI thread. See :
my application receives data frames from bus
so if i send a a lot of frames the CPU usage reaches 55%
because of creating new thread for every data received
it is my problem with this method of updating
The methods I described to you are only for updating UI elements. Not for executing long running tasks. Executing long running tasks on the UI thread (i.e. by calling asynchExec on your code block) is going to freeze up the UI, making it unresponsive to the user.
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