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Pooling web service client objects

 
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Hello everyone,

I am new to Spring framework, and constantly enriching my knowledge in it.

Well I got stuck at a point, where I want to pool my web-service client object, and for the same I have made the following configurations in Spring Web Context Configuration file:



Here I am printing cmrcPort in class ComClient at line 12. And I am always getting the same value of cmrcPort for multiple requests that lands on MyController. I suppose, it should come as different at least in some cases.

Here is my java code for ComClient:



I am confused if the pool is actually getting created or not as always getting the same value printed on line 12 of class ComClient .


 
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