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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: How to close the underlying connection within callback?
Date Tue, 28 Jul 2015 13:18:23 GMT
On Tue, 2015-07-28 at 20:45 +0800, Cap zhou wrote:
> Hi:
> I want to close the underlying connection if the status code of response is
> not 2XX, or I don't want the connection to be reused if any request on it
> has ever failed. how? I am using httpasyncclient 4.0.2.
> why I want to do this? Because in some situations my server may return
> error right after it finished receiving the http headers while the body is
> not completed. And the client may stop sending body if it receive the
> response. And if the connection is reused by another request, the data of
> http header of the new request may consider to be the rest body data of the
> last request. Then the second request will fail with an unexpected
> exception.
> My solution to this problem is: don't reuse the connection if any request
> has failed it.

Use a custom response consume and throw an exception from any of its
methods. That will lead to termination of the current session and the
underlying connection.


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