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Web service slow the first time

Hope everybody is doing OK.

I have a webservice which I request via https://. I'm also using WSE to
generate an authenticated token.

I understand that the very first call to the webservice is slow because the
webservice needs to JIT. But I've noticed that after a period of time, when
the webservice is not being used, the request is slow again (only the first
time) and then subsequent requests are responded faster. It's like it went
to sleep and needs to be awake in order to respond to the request faster.

I've used webservices before and I never experience this behavior. Any
ideas why this could be happenning???

Maybe related to https:// or WSE???

Thanks in advance for any input.

Marlene

Sep 22 '06 #1
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check the iis application pool you are using. you can change the timeout on
the recycling of the pool. maybe that is what you are seeing.

"Marlene A. Roman" <so***@heat.comwrote in message
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Hope everybody is doing OK.

I have a webservice which I request via https://. I'm also using WSE to
generate an authenticated token.

I understand that the very first call to the webservice is slow because
the
webservice needs to JIT. But I've noticed that after a period of time,
when
the webservice is not being used, the request is slow again (only the
first
time) and then subsequent requests are responded faster. It's like it went
to sleep and needs to be awake in order to respond to the request faster.

I've used webservices before and I never experience this behavior. Any
ideas why this could be happenning???

Maybe related to https:// or WSE???

Thanks in advance for any input.

Marlene



Sep 22 '06 #2
I'm using the default DefaultAppPool, should I create a separate one for my
webservice???????

"Marlene A. Roman" wrote:
Hope everybody is doing OK.

I have a webservice which I request via https://. I'm also using WSE to
generate an authenticated token.

I understand that the very first call to the webservice is slow because the
webservice needs to JIT. But I've noticed that after a period of time, when
the webservice is not being used, the request is slow again (only the first
time) and then subsequent requests are responded faster. It's like it went
to sleep and needs to be awake in order to respond to the request faster.

I've used webservices before and I never experience this behavior. Any
ideas why this could be happenning???

Maybe related to https:// or WSE???

Thanks in advance for any input.

Marlene

Sep 22 '06 #3
you can, but you don't have to. if you had multiple services you may want
to give it more consideration, but for a single one, unless it needs some
strange settings, you can just use the default.

"Marlene" <Ma*****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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I'm using the default DefaultAppPool, should I create a separate one for
my
webservice???????

"Marlene A. Roman" wrote:
>Hope everybody is doing OK.

I have a webservice which I request via https://. I'm also using WSE to
generate an authenticated token.

I understand that the very first call to the webservice is slow because
the
webservice needs to JIT. But I've noticed that after a period of time,
when
the webservice is not being used, the request is slow again (only the
first
time) and then subsequent requests are responded faster. It's like it
went
to sleep and needs to be awake in order to respond to the request faster.

I've used webservices before and I never experience this behavior. Any
ideas why this could be happenning???

Maybe related to https:// or WSE???

Thanks in advance for any input.

Marlene


Sep 22 '06 #4

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