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[OO Tip] HF_174608 - HTTPClient does not reuse connections causing performance bottlenecks

Problem:

Using OO 9.06 CP10 - Each OO RAS operation is designed as an atomic unit with the following considerations:

- at execution time, all resources are acquired
- when the operation completes, the acquired resources are released

However, if a flow uses sequentially the same operation for a couple of thousands of steps, at each step, the RAS operation will re-create the resources needed, instead of reusing them.

Consider the following example:
- A list of 1000 Service Manager incidents is being retrieved
- Using InvokeMethodv2 operation, a loop is performed to update each SM incident from the list
- InvokeMethodv2 makes use of HttpClient base operation (resource). This operation will create a new HTTP connection for each incident and close it after the response is received.

HttpClient base operation should re-use the connection if it already exists

Solution:

Contact HP OO Support and request this hotfix.

HP Support
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Re: [OO Tip] HF_174608 - HTTPClient does not reuse connections causing performance bottlenecks

Was this fixed in 9.07 or do I still need the hotfix?
Thanks,
Don
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