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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16522] - Allow Axis HTTP 1.1 clients to use Keep-Alive
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 17:57:06 GMT
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Allow Axis HTTP 1.1 clients to use Keep-Alive





------- Additional Comments From nmerritt@peregrine.com  2003-02-04 17:57 -------
Although it may be moot at this point, I attached a different patch which 
addresses issues 1) and 3) raised by Marko and also does not modify HTTPSender 
nearly so heavily. Chen's version was written in early 2002 and therefore would 
back-level it, plus it ignored ChunkedInputStream, had hard-coded constants 
etc. So instead of replacing HTTPSender.java and introducing 
HTTPInputStream.java, this patch modifies the existing version of 
HTTPSender.java and SocketInputStream.java. It is somewhat of a hack, but 
perhaps it will be helpful to someone else who can't wait another year for Keep-
Alive support.  With this mod, the client application is responsible for 
calling "msgContext.getAxisEngine().getTransport("http").cleanup()" or the 
equivalent when they are done with sequence of SOAP calls.

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