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I’ve to make a post request to a service (not implemented with ServiceStack). From the docs, please correct me if I am wrong, I have to use HTTPUtils nuget package (v. 6.0.2), but if I make a request using its extensions the service returns a 400 bad request. The same request done using RestSharp (v.105.0) works.
However, I noticed that I had to use an old version compared to the available version of RestSharp.(nothing changes if I downgrade ServiceStack).
Could it be that the service implementation is not compatible with the latest versions of RestSharp and ServiceStack?
Is it correct to use HTTPUtils for a service that I don't know if it's implemented with ServiceStack?
Does ServiceStack add some extra wrapper to the .NET framework HTTP client?
Thanks in advance ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-11 at 17:41
Receiving a 400 Bad Request response suggests that you're sending an invalid request.
Whenever you're investigating issues calling HTTP APIs you should be inspecting the HTTP Traffic with a HTTP tool like WireShark or Fiddler so you can verify that it's sending the HTTP Request you want to send, whilst Postman is a useful tool for quickly working out the HTTP Request you want to send.
If you want help with using a tool you'll need to post the C# source code you're using, the HTTP Request/Response it's sending and the HTTP Request you want to send. Typically the HTTP Response should contain information on why your request is invalid.
will ServiceStack extends support for SOAP service in .NET 6? We’ve seen from documentation that SoapFormat plug-in requires .NET Framework...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 13:52
SOAP Support requires full WCF support which has no plans on being made available on .NET 6 so SOAP Support will be limited to .NET Framework.
I have an self-hosted application written originally using ServiceStack 3.x, where I had dozens of APIs with a route starting with /api
Upon licensing ServiceStack 6, all routes starting with /api are failing with the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 13:50
You can disable the API Route with:
Our shop has been using ServiceStack libraries for several years now without many issues. Recently, after upgrading from the 5.12 version to the 6.0 version, we are seeing a credential-based authentication request returning no BearerToken.
I have read the release notes section on JWT changes, here, and I understand the "breaking" change, as well as here, where it describes how to revert back to returning the bearer token in the response. However, the suggested change is for the JwtAuthProvider, not the CredentialsAuthProvider. The CredentialsAuthProvider does not have a UseTokenCookie property.
Is there a way to revert back to returning the bearer token in the authentication response, when the auth provider is a CredentialsAuthProvider?
For what it's worth, here is the relevant server code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 13:20
If you're using JWT, you'll have the
JwtAuthProvider configured in the
AuthFeature plugin which is what needs to be configured with
UseTokenCookie=false in order for the JWT Tokens to be populated on the Response DTO (i.e. instead of using Token Cookies), as explained in the linked docs.
It seems like the
IAppSettings implementation was not ready from IoC in the constructor.
Before I go into details, I've read similar problems:
- ServiceStack doesn't auto-wire and register AppSettings
- Instantiation of POCO objects with ServiceStack's IAppSettings is not working
Both were answered by @mythz that he was not able to reproduce it.From the Doc
AppSettings a first-class property, which defaults to looking at .NET's App/Web.config's.": https://docs.servicestack.net/appsettings#first-class-appsettings
And there is default IoC registration already in Funq to give you
AppSettings when you ask for
All my codes are in the repo: https://github.com/davidliang2008/MvcWithServiceStack
The demo app is just an ASP.NET MVC app (.NET 4.8) that built using the template, the simplest you can get, with ServiceStack (5.12.0) installed:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 01:26
You cannot use any property dependency in the constructor since the properties can only be injected after the class is created and the constructor is run.
You'll only be able to access it in the Constructor by using constructor injection, e.g:
We use ServiceStack 5.9.2 and have a ready, running application build with Visual Studio. Is it possible to add additional services to this application which were build in another Visual Studio solution? It provides a DLL which could be copied to the Exe of the host application. The application would have to detect the services in the copied dll on startup.
Just read https://docs.servicestack.net/modularizing-services#modularizing-services-in-multiple-assemblies but I'am not sure if that is possible/ allowed....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-15 at 07:22
The AppHost supports wiring up Services from multiple .dll's so you can register services in an external .dll by adding the assembly to your AppHost's base constructor:
Can you help me point out how should I start on this:
I'm new to API , and I'm currently working on ASP.NET Core 3.1 MVC paired with Microsoft SQL Server. I have requirement that I should use API (ServiceStack) for a certain method.
My question are :
- how or where do I start from my existing project solution?
- If I use API should it be calling on SQL also? (I supposed the data will stay on db)
- with regards to first question : they gave me a link where I can see this.
Where should I start , I'm just so confused.
I've looked up on youtube but there's no similar case to mine, they all use in-memory. Suggestions and advice are welcome !...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 14:58
Go through ServiceStack's Getting Started Section starting with Create your first Web Service.Configure OrmLite in your AppHost
To configure OrmLite, start with the OrmLite Installation tells you which package to download whilst the OrmLite Getting Started docs lists all the available SQL Server Dialects which you'd use to configure the OrmLiteConnectionFactory in your IOC.
E.g. for SQL Server 2012:
I started a new project with ServiceStack v6. I noticed that when I use routes starting with
/api, they will produce a
NotImplementedException when called. I believe this is due to the new API Explorer UI implemented on ServiceStack v6. I am not entirely sure about this but I have a hunch this might be the culprit.
Is there any way to disable API Explorer UI? I want my
/api routes to work as they used to work on ServiceStack 5.13.2
Or perhaps changing the
/api prefix handler to something else would also be fine by me, API Explorer UI seems like a feature I would like to use.
/api from my route will make it work just fine. An interesting observation is that it will also work if I add another slash before
/api and essentially call
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-08 at 14:33
I have a custom attribute and I want to check via a GlobalFilter, if the methods I'm calling has this marker attribute.
I can't find a way, to get the information that the called method where my request aims to has the Attribute.
I've found already another post, which recommends to use
FilterAttributeCache.GetRequestFilterAttributes(request.GetType()) but this and also other methods are retuning just no elements.
Could you please help me in what I'm missing here?
Following the example code:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 15:36
I'd recommend adding attributes on the Request DTO which is much easier to access since the Request DTO is available everywhere throughout ServiceStack request pipeline, e.g.
dto.GetType() in global filters or
IRequest.Dto.GetType() everywhere else.
To access ServiceStack actions, you'd need to access the service Type then its actions, e.g:
I would like to use API key to access secured ServiceStack web service simply as possible:
- I do not want to be able to register an user
- I do not need user permissions or roles
- Custom API key permissions would be a plus:
- Be able to limit some service to a specific API key.
- API keys will be managed directly from the database
- What are the classes or methods I need to override? There are many extension points but I do not know what to keep and what to rewrite:
- OrmLiteAuthRepository (base?)
I am able to call a service with Bearer token (API key). It returns 200 Forbidden.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 09:02
The API Key AuthProvider may not suit your use-case as it's designed to generate API Keys for registered users to provide an alternative way for them to call protected APIs.
To be able to model this using ServiceStack's built-in Auth API Key Auth Providers I would still have a registered AuthProvider and users representing the client that would use the API Keys.
But instead of providing User registration functionality, add them into the database manually then Generating API Keys for Existing Users.
You'll need to configure your preferred RDBMS to store the API Keys and Users in:
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