what is the recommended (correct?) way to ensure a certain response timeout
when using superPool flow? I think flow.completionTimeout (and friends) are not
apropriate because they affect the whole flow of requests to responses whereas
only a single request-response pair might have been affected by the timeout.
Studying the configuration options there seem to be only two settings that
might be useful: connecting-timeout and idle-timeout. The first setting however
does not track responses and the second setting is only indirectly linked with
the original problem of having timeouts for responses.
Can anyone advice?
(PS: One could use nested flows of single requests to single responses and
flatten / recover them or use the "Future-Based" variant of the API instead.
Yet, I wonder if there is an easier solution.)
Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards
Dr. Stefan Wachter
Bosch Software Innovations GmbH
Tel. +49 711 811 58 477
Fax +49 711 811 58 100
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