I am working with ActiveMQ(beginner). I want to put gRPC calls as a message on ActiveMQ. As soon as consumer picks a message , the gRPC in the message should execute.
gRPC calls take parameters , so I want to understand how to send these parameters in the message body along with the method name/identifier , or if there is any another way of achieving this which is followed already?
What I need is to store this statement in some format on activemq without calling the grpc now , then in the future when the consumer of activemq picks up the message containing this statement it should execute this gRPC call.
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Hi all,I have a quick question about grpc connections. I am running a grpc synchronous server that mostly replies to single (not streaming) requests with single (not streaming) replies.
I understand that each new request is handled by a thread from the grpc framework’s threadpool. I notice that for even after the request is handled and a reply is sent and processed by the client, the tcp connection between the client and server is not taken down. How long does the connection persist?
Is it in anyway coupled to the lifetime of the thread in the threadpool?
When does the threadpool reclaim the thread that was used to process the request? Thanks for your help!
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