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Default Using "Asynchronous PreRequest Handler"

I have read an article http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa480507.aspx which talks about a workaround for IE's limit of two simultaneous asynchrnoous connections and wonder if anyone has tips or code examples that can help me get a working example.

The end result that I am aiming for is to have one webpage, which contains a button ... when clicked, takes a paramater (say, customer account number) and passes it to several different, external web services to capture data from the services.

Each service may, or may not return information and will take a varying amount of time to do so.

We are therefore expecting the page to connect asynchronously and simultaneously to all services and display the results as they are processed, thereby the results should all have appeared on screen by the time that the slowest services has responded.

So, far we have code (javascript) which connects asynchronously, but found that IE will only allow two connections at a time, queueing further requests until a connection becomes available. This does speed up the overall time, but not what we're after.

The above mentioned article intimates that the solution will have no problems handling this situation.

If anyone can offer any help, information, useful links or even some sample code, it would be appreciated.
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