Was not hard, some java8 fu, and just appending, internally, the "batch"
part of the URL
On Sat, Feb 18, 2017 at 3:09 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew(a)apache.org>
how do people feel about an batch processing endpoint:
If you have a list of different users (via different alias), and want to
send them a personalized message (e.g. "Hello $alias, how are things?"),
CURRENTLY you'd have to iterate through that list and send a push request
for _each_ alias/message pair. Which results in lot's of overhead, and
lot's of http requests;
Now, using this new batch endpoint, allows you do iterate through the
list, create the actual message, put it to a collection, and after the
iteration, you send one HTTP request, containing the message collection.
This results in ONE http request, which it may contain 100's of different
messages, for the given Push-Application, instead of 100's of HTTP requests.
Any thoughts ?