[SR-Users] Query - REST API calls in async

Federico Cabiddu federico.cabiddu at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 08:43:24 CEST 2016


On Wed, Sep 7, 2016 at 4:14 PM, Agalya RAMACHANDRAN <agalya.job at gmail.com>

> Hi team,
> I am Agalya and I work for Comcast. We are trying to use kamailio as proxy
> server for our project.
> I have a query regarding the same. We are trying to use REST API calls
> asynchronously from the config file.
> I see that there is a module "http_async_client" which is used to handle
> REST services asynchronously.
> Found that libcurl is used to perform these operations.
> My question is:
> 1) How much time kamailio is taking to send the HTTP request out after TCP
> port is opened?
>     Is there any time dependency we need to wait on libcurl to send HTTP
> request out?
>     B'coz in opensips I see a delay time and  libcurl is used in-turn.
>     I found kamailio doing similar to opensips and hence am posting this
> question.
The HTTP request is sent right after opening the socket. I've never noticed
a delay between the TCP handshake and the query being sent. Then the
connection is cached and can be reused by subsequent queries to the same
server. Did you observe a different behavior?

2) We can also use PUT service by using http_set_method(PUT)?
> Should we add code to support PUT service?
> PUT method is supported. To set the query's method you can also use the
$http_req pseudovariable (
in this way:

$http_req(method) = "PUT";


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