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From Michael Becke <be...@u.washington.edu>
Subject Re: HttpException: Already used, but not recycled
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 12:02:55 GMT
Hi TJ,

In short the solution is to not reuse HttpMethods.  You will need to 
create new instances of the method in each run through the loop.  
Except for exceptional cases you should only need to run the loop once.

Mike

> I encounter HttpException: Already used, but not recycled.
>
> From the API doc, the HttpMethod.recycle() is deprecated and no longer 
> supported. How should I solve this problem?
>
> client = new HttpClient();
> HttpMethod method = new 
> GetMethod("http://www.klse-ris.com.my/delaystk-html/stksum.html");
> while (true) {
>  // can we reuse the method without having to instantiate it each loop?
>  int status = client.executeMethod(method);
> }
>
> Appreciate if you can help me or point me to other resources, thank 
> you!


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