Hi Matthew,

Can you please tell what tweaking you have done in one Go file to make it 
work ? 


On Friday, 2 September 2016 10:32:06 UTC+5:30, matthe...@market2x.com wrote:
> We use grpc-gateway for exactly this and we program in Java. The 
> grpc-gateway is an independent reverse proxy layer that get compiled into 
> an executable, so it doesn't matter it is in Go. You run it typically on 
> the same server as you grpc service (written in Java) as a separate 
> process. I'm not a Go programmer and setting it up required tweaking one 
> file of Go code that I copy and pasted from the examples. 
> On Friday, August 19, 2016 at 4:48:38 AM UTC+12, ccl...@dieselpoint.com 
> wrote:
>> Our app has a REST API we've implemented using Jax-RS, Jetty, and 
>> Resteasy. 
>> I'd like to port the whole thing to gRPC, and offer both a gRPC and a 
>> JSON/REST interface to our customers.
>> Our product is not yet released, so I have some flexibility in 
>> redesigning the API. But it's going to be necessary to support query 
>> parameters in the URL, i.e. GET /hello?foo=bar 
>> Is this possible using the Java code? Maybe there's a Netty component for 
>> it?
>> (I see that there is a way to do it in Go: 
>> https://github.com/grpc-ecosystem/grpc-gateway. Need the same thing in 
>> Java.)

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