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Forward a copy of http requests to another (test) environment


Forward a copy of http requests to another (test) environment

By : DocWilco
Date : October 18 2020, 11:12 AM
I wish this helpful for you I want all the production data for my web-app to also flow through my testing environment. Essentially, I want to forward every http request for the production site to the test site (and also have the production website serve it!). , I managed to forward request like this
code :


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Forward a Copy of Http Requests to another system

Forward a Copy of Http Requests to another system


By : Kid Sim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Do you have the source code to the WCF service? If so, would you be able to modify it and redeploy it with a copy of the communications sent elsewhere?
Otherwise, you could try writing a proxy to intercept the messages, and then forward them on to the existing service and to your dev box.
Forward HTTP RESTfull API requests from http server to my application

Forward HTTP RESTfull API requests from http server to my application


By : whenisnever
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I'd decouple your RESTful service endpoint as much as possible from your original application. This allows you to scale (add multiple servers for your REST endpoint), but also to change your original application without having to change your REST API directly.
Clients <== REST (HTTP) ==> RESTful endpoint <== legacy (sockets) ==> Legacy backend
Forward HTTP requests to a private server

Forward HTTP requests to a private server


By : erukiti
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help your REST API must be public facing.
In my experience, it is best to have 1 exposed API and have all other resources to be handled on the backend of the API in which those external dependencies are on private subnets, so that way you can reduce the potential for security issues.
code :
Public
    - RESTful API, RPC endpoints
    - Websites, etc
--------------------------------------
Private
    - Databases, queues 
    - VPN-tunnelled servers
    - additional servers / external resources
In Angular/RxJs, how do I bundle http requests so that one bundle contains multiple requests (http://test/1, http://test

In Angular/RxJs, how do I bundle http requests so that one bundle contains multiple requests (http://test/1, http://test


By : rmk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue So I modified the code a bit. Now the two request bodies are merged into one body with an array. Every 3 seconds a set of request bodies are sent along with the url:
code :
import { HttpClient } from '@angular/common/http';
import { Injectable } from '@angular/core';
import { Subject, Subscriber, Observable } from 'rxjs';
import { debounceTime } from 'rxjs/operators/debounceTime';
import { buffer } from 'rxjs/operators/buffer';

interface ReportRunStatus {
    status: any;
}

interface RequestWithObserver {
    request: number;
    observer: Subscriber<ReportRunStatus>;
}

const DEBOUNCE_TIME = 3000;

@Injectable()
export class WelcomeService {
    private requests = new Subject<RequestWithObserver>();
    private bufferTrigger = new Subject<null>();
    private requestBuffer = this.requests.pipe(buffer(this.bufferTrigger.pipe(debounceTime(DEBOUNCE_TIME))));

    constructor(
        private http: HttpClient
    ) {
        this.subscribeBufferRequests();
    }

    public getConfig(id: number) {
        return new Observable((observer) => {
            this.bufferTrigger.next(null);

            this.requests.next({
                request: id,
                observer
            });
        });
    }

    public subscribeBufferRequests() {
        this.requestBuffer.subscribe((requests) => {
            const requestsData = requests.map((r) => r.request);
            this.http.post('getMovie', requestsData).subscribe((response) => {
                requests.forEach((requestItem, i) => {
                    requestItem.observer.next(response[i]);
                });
            });
        });
    }
}
Store and forward HTTP requests with retries?

Store and forward HTTP requests with retries?


By : 1 ' -
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do There are couple of possibilities.
One option is to use Common Address Redundancy Protocol or carp. Brief description from the man page follows.
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