Sarathi. Service discovery aware declarative rest client with client side load balancing. Sarathi is a rest client for microservices. It is modelled similar to probably the most popular rest client of this sort in Java world: Feign (spring-cloud-feign) and its load balancer: Ribbon (spring-cloud-ribbon), both from Netflix and fall under spring cloud project.
The request body is specially formatted as a series of parts, separated with boundaries. Unfortunately the Java 11 HTTP client does not provide any convenient support for this kind of body, so we have to build it from scratch. The following method takes a Map of key/value pairs and a boundary and then builds the multipart body.
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Feign is a Java to HTTP client binder inspired by Retrofit, JAXRS-2.0, and WebSocket. Feign's first goal was reducing the complexity of binding Denominator uniformly to HTTP APIs regardless of ReSTfulness. Why Feign and not X? Feign uses tools like Jersey and CXF to write java clients for ReST or SOAP services.
Response response = client.execute(request, options); 方法首先会组装成request请求，会经过RequestInterceptor拦截处理，这就给了我们扩展的机会。 这里我们实际开发中可以继承RequestInterceptor实现我们的逻辑，如处理Get方式的request body数据。
Aug 29, 2012 · - RESTful Java client with RESTEasy client framework. Reading the JSON string seems to work ok but RESTEasy stumbles with unmarshaling the response even for a simple POJO.
The Feign Builder API allows us to create custom encoders for a request, and decoders for a response, to the Feign client. Custom encoder Let's create a custom encoder for a request body.
To begin the flow, you'll need to get the user's authorization. This step may include one or more of the following processes: * Authenticating the user; * Redirecting the user to an Identity Provider to handle authentication; * Checking for active Single Sign-on (SSO) sessions; * Obtaining user consent for the requested permission level, unless consent has been previously given.