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Discussion on: Getting Started With RSocket Part 2

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Thank you for the comment. It is a good question. I have added a close method now in the RSocketClientController:

@GetMapping("/close")
public void close() {
    rSocketRequester.rsocketClient().dispose();
}
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I hope this answers your question.

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ramureddymca

Thank you so much, the above code is working fine to close connection.

But if I try to invoke again, getting below error for "request-response"

java.util.concurrent.CancellationException: Disposed.

Is it possible to stop stream the data without closing the connection for request- stream scenario?

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I do not know, I have spent some time searching for a solution, but did not find any. I have found that calling dispose is the way to stop the stream. But I could not find how to reestablish the connection. During my research for the blogs, I had difficult times to find good documentation for rsocket, certainly when trying to solve problems. If you are able to find the answer to your question, I would like to know it also ;-)