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Re: [jetty-users] https (HTTP/1.1) request timeout


On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 10:50 AM, Cao, William (NSB - CN/Qingdao)
<william.cao@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am trying to use Jetty client (9.4.7 and 9.2.24) to develop a https client
> (HTTP/1.1). When it tried to send out the request, the server can receive
> the request and respond it, and in the client side the jetty log also shows
> that it got 200 OK response. However, the client application got timeout. I
> think the major point is the onContent(Response response, ByteBuffer buffer,
> Callback callback), and we can call callback.succeeded() to terminate the
> onContent(…). How should I check that all the content is received so that I
> can call callback.succeeded() in onContent(…) so as to avoid the timeout?

onContent(...) may be called multiple times.
Every time you must call callback.succeeded() to signal that you have
processed the content and that you want to get the next content chunk.

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