Interface Http2RemoteFlowController.FlowControlled

    • Method Detail

      • size

        int size()
        The size of the payload in terms of bytes applied to the flow-control window. Some payloads like HEADER frames have no cost against flow control and would return 0 for this value even though they produce a non-zero number of bytes on the wire. Other frames like DATA frames have both their payload and padding count against flow-control.
      • error

        void error​(ChannelHandlerContext ctx,
                   Throwable cause)
        Called to indicate that an error occurred before this object could be completely written.

        The Http2RemoteFlowController will make exactly one call to either this method or writeComplete().

        ctx - The context to use if any communication needs to occur as a result of the error. This may be null if an exception occurs when the connection has not been established yet.
        cause - of the error.
      • write

        void write​(ChannelHandlerContext ctx,
                   int allowedBytes)
        Writes up to allowedBytes of the encapsulated payload to the stream. Note that a value of 0 may be passed which will allow payloads with flow-control size == 0 to be written. The flow-controller may call this method multiple times with different values until the payload is fully written, i.e it's size after the write is 0.

        When an exception is thrown the Http2RemoteFlowController will make a call to error(ChannelHandlerContext, Throwable).

        ctx - The context to use for writing.
        allowedBytes - an upper bound on the number of bytes the payload can write at this time.
      • merge

        boolean merge​(ChannelHandlerContext ctx,
                      Http2RemoteFlowController.FlowControlled next)
        Merge the contents of the next message into this message so they can be written out as one unit. This allows many small messages to be written as a single DATA frame.
        true if next was successfully merged and does not need to be enqueued, false otherwise.