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Apache Axis deserialization performance

 
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Hi All.
We are building an application using Java.
This application consumes web services (Java/Apache Axis implementation) and we are facing issues that the application is very slow.

Initially we suspected network and server side responses as culprits.
But on further investigation (we override GetWebResponse and GetWebRequest methods SOAPClient) we have found that the application is spending considerable amount of time (1+ minute) in deserializing the SOAP response from the server.

Has anyone faced such performance issues and any suggestions?

regards
Sree nivas
 
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