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Generating Axis client class with global timeout

Generating Axis client class with global timeout

Generating Axis client class with global timeout

I am using Axis 1.1 and firing the ant task (axis-wsdl2java) to generate the client classes. Is there a way to update the axis configuration timeout value. I would like to modify the global timeout for the axis client. I would like to avoid updating the auto generated classes like in the example below:

"How do I set a timeout when using WSDL2Java stubs?
There is a setTimeout method on the org.apache.axis.client.Stub class, which is the class all emitted stubs extend.
Here is how to set the timeout given a service named Foo:
 FooServiceLocator loc = new FooServiceLocator();
 FooService binding = loc.getFooService();
 org.apache.axis.client.Stub s = (Stub) binding;
 s.setTimeout(1000);  // 1 second, in miliseconds

I think there should be a way to update the following CONNECTION_TIMEOUT_PROPERTY of org.apache.axis.client
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