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Overriding JAXWS Time out value programmatically  RSS feed

 
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I want to configure the time out value for the connection of my web service client with webservice programmatically because I want to control the response time of web services on my own.

I found the following link :

http://www.websphere-world.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2058

It says, there are three types of timeout values :

1. CONNECTION_TIMEOUT: The amount of time WebSphere JAX-WS client would wait to establish a http/https connection (default is 180 seconds)

2. WRITE_TIMEOUT: The amount of time the client would wait to finish sending the request (default is 300 seconds)

3. RESPONSE_TIMEOUT: The amount of time the client would wait to finish receiving the response (default is 300 seconds)

I strongly feel i should be overriding RESPONSE_TIMEOUT but I'm not sure whether overriding just the RESPONSE_TIMEOUT will be the cumulative sum of all 3 timeout settings?

Can you please let us know if I am right ?


 
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