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Java webservice .NET Client. Performance issues

 
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Hi,
I have a webservice written in Java and using Apache Axis 1.1.
When I use Java Client to call this webservice, the first call to a webservice method takes about 300 ms, but every subsequent call takes only 50-90 ms.

When I use .NET Client (VB.NET or C#), all calls take 500 ms.

In both cases, I instantiate the client only once, the webservice object only once and reuse the object to call/invoke the webservice methods.

Has any one had this kind of problem before? Please help.

Thanks
Lakshmi
 
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My guess would be that the server-side execution time is pretty much the same for every invocation -- i.e. it's the .NET client-side code that exhibits the weird delay for all invocations. Thus, I would suggest asking about how to optimize your .NET code from a .NET community such as GotDotNet.
 
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