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Every WebSocket can receive various events:
An indication to the WebSocket that the Upgrade has succeeded and the WebSocket is now open.
You will receive a
org.eclipse.jetty.websocket.api.Session object that references the specific session for this Open Event.
For normal WebSockets, it is important to hold onto this Session and use it for communicating with the Remote Endpoint.
For Stateless WebSockets, the Session will be passed into each event as it occurs, allowing you to only have 1 instance of a WebSocket serving many Remote Endpoints.
An indication that the WebSocket is now closed.
Every Close Event will have a Status Code (and an optional Closure Reason Message)
A normal WebSocket closure will go through a Close Handshake where both the Local Endpoint and the Remote Endpoint both send a Close frame to indicate that the connection is closed.
It is possible for the Local WebSocket to indicate its desire to Close by issuing a Close frame to the Remote Endpoint, but the Remote Endpoint can continue to send messages until it sends a Close Frame. This is known as a Half-Open connection, and it is important to note that once the Local Endpoint has send the Close Frame it cannot write anymore WebSocket traffic.
On an abnormal closure, such as a connection disconnect or a connection timeout, the low level connection will be terminated without going through a Close Handshake, this will still result in an On Close Event (and likely a corresponding On Error Event).
An indication that a complete message has been received and is ready for handling by your WebSocket.
This can be a (UTF8) TEXT message or a raw BINARY message.