I need to speed up a response from a web service by splitting a request containing a large set of items into multiple requests which the remote server can handle concurrently.
Aside from a data queue approach deploying multiple client jobs I am considering that issuing asynchronous requests much the same way that a browser does would be more elegant.

It would appear that implementing this by modifying the HTTPAPI source code might be tempting fate.
So I guess that writing a specific asynchronous client application would be the answer, right?

Peter


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