Spring Boot: How to set RestTemplate read timeout

Using the class RestTemplateBuilder it is very easy to configure the RestTemplate you need.

Here is a snippet that shows you how to configure the read timeout on a RestTemplate instance.

NB: you can set timeouts in java.time.Duration (instead of int) since Spring Boot 2.1

public class MyRestClient {

	private Duration readTimeout;

	private RestTemplate restTemplate;

	public MyRestClient(RestTemplateBuilder restTemplateBuilder) {
	   this.restTemplate = restTemplateBuilder
	// Code that actually uses RestTemplate...

Then you just have to set the value of the property “service.client.timeout.read” (instead of hardcoding it)


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