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Using Apache http client's MultiThreadedHttpConnectionManager

 
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Hi All,

Please see below method. We call this method whenever we need to make an http connection to remote server. Is this approach correct. Do we need to make MultiThreadedConnectionManager and related configuration out of this method and keep its scope application level instead of per method call level?

Please throw some input on this.



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Folks any input on this.
 
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Well, what happens when you try it? I think you'll quickly see what a good policy is...
 
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