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From Aaron Hamid <>
Subject Re: Axis web services - multi-threaded ??
Date Tue, 17 Feb 2004 12:57:44 GMT
Doesn't that create a new object per request?  I thought "Application" 
scope allows the service to persist accross many requests.

Anyway, regardless, if you are using HTTP pipelining, then there is a 
good chance whatever calls are queued on your pipeline will be issued 
sequentially (that is the whole point of a pipeline - to avoid the 
overhead of another connection).  If you don't want this behavior, 
disable pipelining, or open a new pipelined connection.


Tony Blair wrote:
> Hi there,
> You need to set the scope to "Request".
> Tony.
> */"Kenneth W. Meehan" <>/* wrote:
>     Hi,
>     I have been running many of the Axis 1.1 sample web services with
>     several different web services clients.
>     In one of my web services client packages I have turned on HTTP
>     pipelining, and I can now write a client that immediately sends numerous
>     SOAP requests out to an Axis web service.
>     If I monitor the Axis web service I can see that it processes each
>     request sequentially. Is there any way to configure an Axis web service
>     to run multi-threaded??
>     I have been using the supplied samples from Axis like HelloWorld and the
>     Interop Echo service. Plus a simple one of my own to sleep a specified
>     number of seconds so that I can time operations.
>     I am using Tomcat 4.1.27, and optionally Apache 2 in front of this Axis
>     implementation.
>     I also get consistent results if I use a .NET web service (with IIS in
>     front). When I enable HTTP pipelining, and run my WS client, I see all
>     my SOAP requests go right out, but monitoring the web service indicates
>     everything running sequentially.
>     Any pointers are greatly appreciated.
>     Thanks,
>     Ken M.
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