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What's the difference between having the Configure Message Streaming (Buffer immediately) and not having the assertion at all?

Question asked by jdjsolano on Dec 5, 2018
Latest reply on Dec 6, 2018 by jdjsolano

Hi all,


As part of our policies, we're logging the time it takes to buffer a service's response. We do this by adding Configure Message Streaming (Buffer immediately) assertion right after the HTTP routing, and then measuring it's latency. We've always assumed this would give us some insights on the network latency for getting the response's full payload. Questions:


1. Is our assumption accurate? Or is there something else to consider as part of the Configure Message Streaming Assertion's latency?

2. How does the policy behaves when using this assertion vs not using it at all?


Thanks in advance,