You can use io.undertow.server.HttpServerExchange#addResponseCommitListener
and implement the ResponseCommitListener interface.
On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 8:24 AM, Bill O'Neil <bill(a)dartalley.com> wrote:
I'm trying to make a handler that manages a request scoped sql transaction.
Ideally it would be a middleware handler that opens the connection and
starts the transaction and after the chain of handlers is finished it will
commit the transaction. The issue I am facing is the browser can receive the
data before the transaction is committed since the data is sent further down
Is there some type of hook where I can commit / close the transaction before
any data is sent? This should work fine in a blocking handler but an
asynchronous one may have issues?
My other thought is to make a Handler that expects some object to be
returned. In this handler commit / close the connection as soon as the
object is returned then send the data to the browser after. Would this be my
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