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XMLRPC::Client#call_async(...) (36113.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

XMLRPC::Client#multicall_async(...) (24113.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

XMLRPC::Client#call2_async(...) (21013.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

XMLRPC::Client#multicall2_async(...) (21013.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

XMLRPC::Client#proxy2_async(...) (21013.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

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XMLRPC::Client#proxy_async(...) (21013.0)

In contrast to corresponding methods without "_async", these can be called concurrently and use for each request a new connection, where the non-asynchronous counterparts use connection-alive (one connection for all requests) if possible.

...connection for all requests)
if possible.

Note, that you have to use Threads to call these methods concurrently.
The following example calls two methods concurrently:

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.add", 4, 5)
}

Thread.new {
p client.call_async("michael.div", 7, 9)
}...

XMLRPC::Client::Proxy.new(server, prefix, args=[], meth=:call, delim=".") (3012.0)

Creates an object which provides method_missing.

...ovides method_missing.

server must be of type XMLRPC::Client, which is the XML-RPC server to be used
for a XML-RPC call. prefix and delim will be prepended to the methodname
called onto this object.

Parameter meth is the method (call, call2, call_async, call2_async) to use for
a RPC.

args are arg...