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problem with CLOSE_WAIT

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i created an axis2 webservice which has a save method and is running at tomcat .
By a soap client (by java) i'm sending a request to the service method save .If the value is inserted into DB then it returns true else the soap fault.

in a special case the request has to wait for a while for the next case has to enter by client(request).

It works fine but while testing, they typed in cmd
netstat -an | find /i "8080"
there come some times CLOSE_WAIT ,FIN_WAIT this is the issue, the 8080 (the save service is waiting that they said)
how can i avoid this.
or what i has to do
actually the wsdl file was already created and i generated the java class by "wsdl2java ........................." this created a java source file +resource folder(wsdl+service.xm)+build.
On calling the ant it generate the XXX.aar file,

soap sending example from -----
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