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   Re: [xml-dev] ServerXMLHTTP

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Badri Lakshmiraghavan" <lb2628@yahoo.com>
To: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 10:02 AM
Subject: [xml-dev] ServerXMLHTTP

> Hi,
> My query is regarding ServerXMLHTTP in MS XML 4. I'm
> not sure this forum is appropriate for such a
> question. If you think it's NOT appropriate, pl.
> ignore this mail. My apologies.
> Microsoft states that ServerXMLHTTP40, which is part
> of MS XML 4 is designed for server applications and it
> is a server-safe subset of WinInet without unnecessary
> features [those features not needed for server
> applications]. But heard that WinInet will limit
> connections to a single HTTP server to four
> simultaneous connections. Is this limitation still
> there in ServerXMLHTTP40? I'm planning to use it from
> an ASP which will use this component to open an HTTP
> connection to another server. Usage of this ASP page
> is quite high and concurrent connections of the order
> of 50 or more can be expected. Is it OK to use this
> component in such a situation? Any pointers in this
> regard would be appreciated.
> Badri
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