Concurrency and Oracle Object Types

Hi All,
I have a question regarding Concurrent usage of an Object type in Oracle.
I have a java program which calls an Oracle stored proc with the object's table type as IN parameter. In my stored proc, I am populating an Oracle Object with data received from java and retrieving some data based on that.
My java program can be invoked concurrently by 500 users at the same time - the application is built to handle that request load.
Now in Oracle, if a bunch of requests are received at the same, would Oracle create multiple instances of this object type that would be usage to the multiple stored proc invocations? Or would there be a prob of concurrency?
If multiple instance creation is not supported, is there some alternative I can use?
My code roughly resembles:
Object:
contains two columns - name, age
Stored proc - logic to retrieve and return data from a table based on the name, age received.
When a bunch of requests access the stored proc simultaneously, will a bunch of instnaces of the object type get created? Or would there be a scenario where the object is common to all requests and hence data from one request would be conflicted due to data from another request?

Hi Wiiliam
Sorry for the late acknowledgement (i dozed off!).. Thanks for the response. So the private instance specific to a session ensure that theres no conflict between multiple requests to the same stored proc and hence no conflict of data... Great
Chaitanya

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