I have a program which runs a request to an AIX server where another application is located where I could query info using a wsdl.
The code used is REQUEST DOCUMENT, and on the return PARSE to deserialise the xml.
However, the synchronous call is causing me major hassle when performance is checked. The TCP/IP overhead exceeds the cpu processing required by the application. In other words 50ms is required, of which 30ms is taken up by the transportation layer.
is it possible to code ‘persistent sockets’, or request sockets to stay open from my Natural program?