On Thu, 5 Mar 2020 at 20:29, Jocke Eriksson <jockeeriksson(a)msn.com> wrote:
Hi devs and followers we have a problem and maybe someone on this
have some input.
We use undertow as an API gateway in front of JBoss application servers.
One API we have is responding with a chunked response, and the receiving
side is expecting that each chunk is a valid JSon object.
When we analyze the TCP dumps it looks like some chunks are not the full
JSon response we are expecting.
This is a terrible idea, chunking is an implementation detail of the HTTP
transport layer. Proxies are allowed to change the chunk boundaries.
So the question is could this be a problem in the gateway?
I found a flag called PRE_CHUNKED_RESPONSE could this be the answer.
If so, how do we apply it in a proxy handler?
You can't really, the client the proxy uses will strip the chunk data, so
the proxy will never see it, this would be a feature request.
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