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From Deepal Jayasinghe <dee...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: Initializing Web Service (Server) before first request received
Date Tue, 09 Feb 2010 22:57:49 GMT
Deploy there service in Application scope.

Thanks,
Deepal
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> Hi all,
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> I am deploying an AXIS2 web service (server side).
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> My problem: The skeleton class (the one that performs all the business
> logic) is read for the first time only when the first request is
> received by the server. It means that the first response takes a
> really long time (up to 20 seconds on a weak machine) since there are
> a lot of initialization I have to perform (static init).
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>  
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> Solution: I am assuming I can write some sort of a main class that
> will try to call the skeleton class. This is not only ugly but also
> prone to all sorts of errors. Is there a proper way to init my service
> class? I would expect some mechanism to be used, such as utilizing the
> servlet init of the axis servlet.
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> Anyone? Thanks!
>
> Oded
>

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Thank you!


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