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  • Sending an asynchronous request to a web service

    I am trying to send an Asynchronous request to a Web service. The Web service can only handle Asynchronous requests but the request is arriving as a synchronous request. I am using the Spring WebServiceTemplate in the Web Service client (with basic authentication) to contact the Web Service. Where/how can this be configured?

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    Originally posted by sutherlj View Post
    I am trying to send an Asynchronous request to a Web service. Where/how can this be configured?
    I have the same question.

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    • #3
      I have the same question. spring ws dont support asynchronism?

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      • #4
        check out this thread

        http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=54887

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        • #5
          I posted a new thread on the same question it seems, sorry about that but I was more specific on the use of ws-addressing which by my interpretation of its definition should support Asynchronous (transport neutral).

          The following thread mentioned

          http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?t=54887

          talks of using client timed out. The problem with client time out that you can't distinguish the differences from a real communication/server error that resulted in a timeout. A genuine communication error of course can trigger a retry in an EAI application, which is what I am doing. So really, we need asynchronous support and have http 200 return immediate after a request is sent.

          So we are in a bit of trouble with our client now as I can't deliver a key requirement for b2b with our current spring architecture. The fix can't come sooner.

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