User is in overflow, the open is not initiated. Item: <itemname> ........
in the ADS log.
API used is RFA Java with default settings for request throttling. Connection type is RSSL.
The application is sending about 20000 requests very rapidly, so the warning isn't a huge surprise. I just thought RFA would handle it.
QUESTION: I'm wondering if I as the developer need to worry about this warning in ADS log?. Can the RFA API handle this condition 'behind-the-scenes', i.e. by backing off and sending the same request again a little later or will I as the developer need to handle this in my own code?
Also: I fully understand how RFA request throttling works with throttleType=count, which is the default. What I don't understand is this sentence in the RFA Config Guide:
Batching provides no extra value for RSSL, Batching provides no extra value for RSSL connections.
which you can find in the explanation for variable 'throttleBatchCount' in the section about RSSL connections. Despite the sentence seemingly repeating itself - which I think is just a typo - what is the meaning of that sentence?