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    Default Request Batching in DirectJNgine

    Request Batching in DirectJNgine


    I am trying to evaluate functionality of Request Batching in DirectJNgine, but I am not finding any example about this. So, I am not getting any clear idea about Request Batching in DirectJNgine. If any body provides any such link, it will be very helpful for me.

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    There is nothing you have to do with DJN to use batching, it works out of the box.

    All you have to do is configure ExtJs itself adequately: check the RemotingProvider.enableBuffer documentation. Set it right, and it will work.

    Now, DJN provides an optimization no other provider has, as far as I know: you can execute several batched request in separate threads for better performance (nice in a 4-core/8-thread machine). Read the DJN documentation for more info.
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    Default Requests not batching through RemotingProvider.enableBuffer

    Requests not batching through RemotingProvider.enableBuffer


    Hi Pagullo,

    I tried batching requests fired in 60 seconds through RemotingProvider.enableBuffer but in Firebug I can still see different requests.

    My code goes here :

    Ext.Direct.addProvider(Ext.app.REMOTING_API, {
    type : 'remoting',
    enableBuffer : 60000
    });

    Please tell if I am missing out something or any other way through which I can batch my requests.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Shweta

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    I tried sending 61 requests to the server with a sleep of 20 secs. All requests are getting batched even without implementing enablebuffer.

    And if I set buffer value to 10 secs and timeout value to 15 sec. then too the requests are getting batched, which should ideally get a timeout as there was a sleep of 20 secs.

    There does not seem any difference between the two cases mentioned above.

    But does that guarantee that the requests will always get batched even if I do not implement enablebuffer??

    Plzzz plzzz help. If anyone has implemented enablebuffer, plzz provide a sample.

    Shweta

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