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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 7618] - need a way to set time out when using HttpClient and HttpMultiClient
Date Fri, 10 May 2002 11:56:25 GMT
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need a way to set time out when using HttpClient and HttpMultiClient





------- Additional Comments From svante@nemesis.se  2002-05-10 11:56 -------
Jan, when you say "nightly builds offer me a method to set 
timeout on the HttpConnection object", do you mean HttpConnection.setSoTimeout() ?

But how to get hold of the HttpConnection from my HttpClient?
The connection field is private. Should I subclass HttpClient,
and create a getClient() method?

I'm tempered to re-open this bug, but since I'm a recent HttpClient user,
I remain calm...

Please also note the related bug 4486.

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