An example of sending composite metadata with RSocket.
In this example the
hello-client sends a request to receive a hello message along with some tracing metadata to the
The service responds with a hello message and echoes the metadata back.
Building the Example
Run the following command to build the example:
./gradlew clean build
Running the Example
Follow the steps below to run the example:
Run the following command to start the
If the service has started successfully you will see the following in the terminal:
> Task :hello-service:run [main] INFO example.hello.service.HelloService - RSocket server started on port: 7000
In a new terminal, run the following command to send a hello request, with tracing metadata, using the
./gradlew :hello-client:run --args=Bob
If successful, you will see the following in your terminal:
Sending request for 'Bob' [traceId: '7b34def1040fa567764848d468a6f876', spanId: '9da1e7f0427747b4'] Response: Hello, Bob! [traceId: '7b34def1040fa567764848d468a6f876', spanId: '9da1e7f0427747b4']
Bugs and Feedback
For bugs, questions, and discussions please use the Github Issues.
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