So, you see the failure logged by resteasy, but you're interested in a 
callback?

On 7/5/12 6:14 AM, Dieter Cailliau wrote:
> We have a scenario where some client is initiating an HTTP POST to the
> server, the server responds with a 201, but this response is not
> acknowledged (tcp) by the client (because of some communication stack
> error) (we know this because we used wireshark to trace the tcp
> communication). I think this problem is "known" at the server side
> (the tcp stack knows it did not receive the ack), but i never saw an
> exception or error logging in the server. Where (in reasteasy or
> httpclient) should i look, for capturing this event in my server code?
> (using resteasy 2.2.2 inside jboss 4.2.3)
>
> I do have to mention that i suppress one particular logging statement
> which might be of importance. Still, even if i'ld have this logging
> enabled, i need a programmatic way of capturing the event.
>          <!-- ignore webstartable download printing Internal error:
> ClientAbortException: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe -->
>          <category
> name="org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[jboss.web].[localhost]">
>                  <priority value="ERROR" />
>          </category>
>
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