DefaultHttpClient Timeout

by Mr.No » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 17:58:03 GMT


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 Hello,
how i can set the timeout for a DefaultHttpClient?
and which function i must override to handle the event?




rgds Mr.No
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DefaultHttpClient Timeout

by dillirao malipeddi » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 18:05:18 GMT


 int connection_Timeout = 10000; // = 10 sec

HttpParams my_httpParams = new BasicHttpParams();
HttpConnectionParams.setConnectionTimeout(my_httpParams,
connection_Timeout);
HttpConnectionParams.setSoTimeout(my_httpParams, connection_Timeout);
HttpClient httpclient = new DefaultHttpClient(my_httpParams);  //get http
client with given params






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Dilli Rao. M

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DefaultHttpClient Timeout

by Mr.No » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 21:24:53 GMT


 THX



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