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Re: [ecf-dev] regarding tcp connection in ECF

Hi Scott
     Thanks for sharing this information.I thought the remote service calls will never fail once discovered and added in consumer:) .I want to have this reconnect logic on timeout in my local bundle.Is there any abstraction for ecf generic/jmdns to do so? Could you please give some hints which part of code do i need to modify to serve my purpose.

Thanks and Regards

Abhisek

On Sat, Jun 26, 2010 at 8:28 PM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Abhisek,


abhisek saikia wrote:
Hi Scott
       Thanks for the information.I didnt know it before.So i can increase the timeout by changing the container id 's keepAlive value
                   "ecftcp://localhost:3282/server keepAlive=30000" is it correct?

Yes, you can increase the timeout by changing the container's keepAlive.  Of course this has/should be set similarly on both the server and client containers.



       So in this case,once the that keepalive time is reached,all my remote services calls will be failed.

If the keepAlive time is reached (with no traffic) the underlying socket will be disconnected.  All subsequent remote service calls will be failed (no connection means no communication :).


Please correct me if i am wrong.Is there any way to handle this.Is there any way to avoid this timeout so that  the remote services will be alive always untill i restart or terminate the equinox.

You can make the timeout essentially infinite, and then the keep alive will never result in disconnection.

Of course if disconnection occurs for some other reason, you will have to reconnect.
Scott



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