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From Jeffrey Hau <>
Subject Re: Does axis support asychronous messaging?
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2002 10:23:07 GMT
thanks for your reply. I just look through the api doc and there is a 
invokeOneway method for client which is suppose to return immediately. 
Is this a non blocking call? in the alpha3 doc it says this 
functionality has not been implemented, do you know if has been done in 
more recent builds?



Taras Shkvarchuk wrote:

>What you want are non blocking calls.
>No. Currently Axis will block until response has arrived. It does however
>suppose async messaging, as in you do not have to complete an RPC session.
>You can submit a separate request to the server asking for your response, or
>server can push response when its ready to you, etc...
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Jeffrey Hau []
>>Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 1:57 AM
>>To: axis-user
>>Subject: Does axis support asychronous messaging?
>>is it possible for a client to invoke a service, go do something else 
>>and get the response from the service at an later stage? for 
>>example if 
>>i have a service that's waiting for a resource, is it 
>>possible for me to 
>>call the service first and check later if has got the resource and 
>>meanwhile do something else(call other serivces)?
>>any help will be greatly appreciated,

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