I've been playing around with the AsynchronousResponse support and it seems
to work well but there's two big problems: (1) when a request finally times
out it seems Resteasy returns 200 OK with an empty response instead of
returning a 408 Request Timeout error (2) there's no way for me to register
a callback when the request finally times out so that I might do some kind
of clean up. I don't suppose there's any way to work around these issues?

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