I would be VERY surprised to see a 1-connection limit. That would be almost useless. The ultimate limit is actually probably set by the underlying platform and not the Java networking subsystem.
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Syam Sathyan George
posted 10 years ago
Thanks, but in many cases (as much as i can remember!!!) it only a single connection used to read a resource.
Especially in many apps(Examples included many from getjar.com etc),what we can see is that at a time only one Connection is used to read, so for reading 5 images, what usually seen is a scheduled reading (one at a time).
one major difference was Google maps on mobile which was so fast in reading all the images(i suspect it uses the other way -"using more connections???")
Can you give a satisfactory explanation?
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