Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Re: where can i get the results of RequestContext's fire method?

In addition to Jens answer: the RequestContext is a queue of invocations and edited proxies. Only when fire()d the RequestContext will flush that queue into an HTTP request.

Each invocation can have a Receiver set using Request#to(Receiver), and the RequestContext can have a global Receiver passed to the fire() method (note: its onFailure will only be called when the server cannot be reached or failed to decode the request or encode the response; independently of invocations: each invocation can fail independently of the others, and even if all of them fail, it doesn't make the global Receiver's onFailure to be called)

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