Yes, treating it like a MBR would work.  However, there needs to be a way
as you mention to make it go async.  I'm more trying to see if this is
already supported somehow.

There's a few ways I could see executor working:

- when building the proxy, include an executor() method (I think this is
already inherited from JAX-RS 2.1)
- use a property() call (already supported it seems in the core client)
- one of the method arguments on the proxy


On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 3:12 PM Romain Manni-Bucau <>

> Why not using the response type? It is not hard to detect it is a
> CompletionStage and therefore call rx().
> Side note: if there is an Executor param it should be forwarded/configured
> Le 4 févr. 2018 20:49, "John D. Ament" <> a écrit :
> > So far, it looks like proxy clients don't support rx() invocations.  I do
> > see rx() methods within WebClient that would allow its use, but I don't
> see
> > a straight forward way that those methods could be invoked within a
> proxy.
> > It could be that a custom annotation is used, indicating the response
> > should be from an rx() invocation.
> >
> > John
> >

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