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Persistent Connection : Sping-ws Client

 
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Hello Friends,

I am using a spring-ws client to invoke a web service in two way ssl mode. I need to make sure that I don't end up creating a new connection everytime - instead I re-use connections.
I did some re-search and found that by default HTTP 1.1 always makes persistent http(s) connections. Is that true?

Do I need any piece of code in my client to ensure connections are persistent? How can I check if the connections are persistent or if a new connection is being created vereytime I send a new request ?

Below is my sping context xml:
 
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