InverseInvokerto be marked dead.
If this is
true, the first
TimeoutException thrown by
InverseInvoker.performInverseServiceRequest(InverseServiceRequest) causes the
InverseInvoker to be marked
diedOfTimeout and all future requests will fail
immediately without waiting for the timeout again.
An implementation of
InverseServiceRequest should return
false, if it cannot
guarantee that handling this request will never exceed the timeout. If, however, it knows for sure
(really 100%!) that the timeout means the communication partner is dead (JVM crashed, shut down or whatever),
it should return
true to prevent unnecessary waiting.
InverseInvokerout of order.
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