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SOAP Integration Behavior v. Number of Threads

SOAP Integration Behavior v. Number of Threads

SOAP Integration Behavior v. Number of Threads

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I am curious if anyone has seen anything like this before, and if so, do you know why the systems behaved this way...

We have one SOAP integration running 10 parallel threads in the eWay, each doing equal amounts of work.

We have another SOAP integration that is running 1 thread in each eWay, because we saw that running multiple threads in the eWay in this integration did not improve performance, as one thread did 98% of the work.

Both integrations read off of a JMS queue and make a soap call to a web service. Both are from one windows box to another.

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