When implementing a JSR-356 websocket endpoint I set
in the @OnOpen method. This means that, if no traffic is generated on the websocket in five seconds, the websocket is automatically closed.
Now, if the websocket si correcly closed by the client calling the "close" method in JS, the corrispective @OnClose method on the endpoint is called. But if the websocket is closed because of the idle timeout, on the server the @OnClose method is not called, and also @OnError method isn't called.
I think the correct behaviour should be to call @OnClose even when the socket is closed because of the idle timeout, so that the application has the ability to make some cleanup. Also, this is the behaviour I see when deploying in other Java web/application server.
The test code of my endpoint is the following: