In an Apache HttpClient with a PoolingHttpClientConnectionManager, does the Keep-Alive strategy change the amount of time that an active connection will stay alive until it will be removed from the connection pool? Or will it only close out idle connections? For example, if I set my Keep-Alive strategy to return 5 seconds for every request, and I use the same
I’ve got lots of code that uses Apache’s HttpClient, and I’d like to log the version of TLS that’s being negotiated when a request is made. Is this possible? I’d prefer an approach that doesn’t requiring changing how the request is being built, if possible – something that inspects a response or views a log or something like that? From
I am using the Apache HttpClient to send requests to our internal API servers. The servers require authentication and need a cookie to be set with an auth token. Up to HttpClient 4.3.6 this has been …
I am using org.apache.http.HttpResponse I want to create an empty dummy resposne, I am going to use this to return when errors occur instead of passing back null. I tried to create one and it has lost of weird params. Can someone tell me how to create one. Answer Just implement HttpResponse with no-op methods.
How do I bypass invalid SSL certificate errors with Apache HttpClient 4.0? Answer You need to create a SSLContext with your own TrustManager and create HTTPS scheme using this context. Here is the code,