[00:08:05] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [08:29:59] <KumaarGS> Thro vertx httpclient we are unable to consume this service “http://services.groupkt.com/country/get/iso2code/IN” [08:30:37] <KumaarGS> its showing 302 status code. can anyone help on this?? [08:45:21] <KumaarGS> 0 [08:58:01] <temporalfox> if you have 302 code you need to handle it and follow the redirect [08:58:25] <temporalfox> with the Location header [09:03:43] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporal_
[15:11:17] <dns_> hi there! is it possible to check eventbus.consumer existence before sending a message?
[15:11:58] <dns_> I know. Vertx do this, but I can't find where (
[15:17:25] <temporal_> dns_ no you can't
[15:18:50] <dns_> Ok. so… does a publish method have the same exception if no consumer exists?
[15:19:10] <dns_> eventbus.send throws it
[15:43:02] <cescoffier> event.send let you know that noone is there thanks to the reply handler (getting a timeout)
[15:43:13] <cescoffier> publish does not let check this
[17:17:33] <dns_> ok. thank you!
[17:19:02] <dns_> is it possible to retrieve several resultsets with different columns count from a single jdbc call?
[17:23:59] <dns_> like here: http://www.xyzws.com/javafaq/how-to-retrieve-multiple-result-sets-from-a-stored-procedure-in-jdbc/172
[17:57:06] <BadApe> when vertx started up in a cluster, i assume each node gets some sort of cluster id?
[18:31:56] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [18:51:10] <AlexLehm> KumaarGS, temporalfox: usually i would think that you have to follow the redirect, however in this example it is redirecting to https://127.0.0.1… which cannot be right [22:15:36] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporal_
[23:50:20] <sfxplayer> is there a download for vertx-web or would I have to build it myself (I would prefer to not use gradle)