Show List of Inventory and Handle Error Timeout

I am trying to display all inventories but the timeout error keeps showing.

Here is a snippet of the code, and I am running this via groovy script runner 

try

{

    int TENSECONDS = 10*1000
    int THIRTYSECONDS =30*1000
    HttpClient httpClient = HttpClientBuilder.create().build()
    HTTPBuilder builder = new HTTPBuilder()

     builder.getClient().getParams().setParameter("http.connection.timeout", new Integer(THIRTYSECONDS))
    builder.getClient().getParams().setParameter("http.socket.timeout", new Integer(THIRTYSECONDS))

    HttpGet request = new HttpGet(addr)
    request.setHeader("Authorization", "Basic ${authString}")
    request.addHeader("content-type", "application/json")
   

    response = httpClient.execute(request)
    return response

 

}

If i test and see at what part it runs, if I put a return request, then it works.

I believe the error comes from "response = httpClient.execute(request)" it just doesnt work. And after it runs, it shows "Error timeout, no stack trace available"

Any help? and also some sites where I can get tutorials?

 

 

1 answer

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Just write to the logs and ignore the result on the screen. The UI has a hard-coded timeout of 90s or something. Until long-running tasks get into the plugin this is not going to change.

But does the system you are talking to really take that long to respond?

 

I need help regarding how to show the inventories too. its stops working when it goes to this line : response = httpClient.execute(request) Do I still have to include the code for timeout? Because my only problem right now is being able to return the values from And as far as I know the system wont take that long to respond, so Im guessing the problem is within the code? response = httpClient.execute(request) return response

I'd look at using HttpBuilder, it's a wrapper round the library you are using. Get it working first with curl/wget.

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