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We are planning to use Liberty for running online transactions on mainframe. The model is going to be: Consumer -- > Web server (on z/) -- > Liberty app server (on z/). As we understand, the request from the Web server first arrives at a Global queue (associated with the Liberty server). Default Executor (in the Liberty server) picks up the request, and executes it.
Our ask - If the Executor is not able to start execution of an http request within a certain time duration (either configured in request header or server.xml), then the server should forget about the request (time it out), instead of executing it.
We'd prefer that this time duration can be configured in server.xml (as a global value), but can be overridden for a particular request/application type.
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