kandi X-RAY | smallrye-graphql Summary
kandi X-RAY | smallrye-graphql Summary
SmallRye GraphQL is an implementation of.
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- Invokes the given field and returns the result
- Wraps exception handling
- Checks if the specified exception is whitelisted
- Append a partial result
- Scan the given value and return a mapped value
- Gets adapted field
- Creates a new field from a field
- Reads the configuration based on the key provided
- Extracts the initial init payload
- Initialize the index
- On open the session
- Initialize websocket
- Invokes the user - defined method call
- Sends the received message
- Reads the result and returns the result
- Creates a handler for websocket connection
- Gets a list of objects
- Builds the String representation of the operation
- Creates the websocket handler
- Merges the specified configuration with the specified values
- Compute and return the value associated with the given key
- Checks to see if it should be fetched or not
- Parse a literal value
- Creates a hash code for the object
- Scan all source fields for the method
- Compares this object to another
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I'm trying this for days right now and I'm not sure if i missed something.
I have a Quarkus GraphQL Service , like here : https://quarkus.io/guides/smallrye-graphql
And I have setup Keycloak to secure it.
Now I wanted to create a client with Qute and GraphQL Smallrye client like here : https://quarkus.io/guides/smallrye-graphql-client
The client can connect to the service, but I always get an "Data Fetching Error: io.quarkus.security.UnauthorizedException".
It seems like the GraphQL client is not sending the headers correctly or it doesn't send any ...
Does anyone know how I can tell the client to send the Authorization header from keycloak with every call?
PS: I tested it with a short react frontend and there it's working, so it seems to be an graphql client issue with the headers... Some ideas?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 08:35
Not sure if you're using a dynamic or typesafe client, so I'll describe both.
For both types, if you have a key that doesn't change during the life of the application, you can configure that by adding a configuration property like this:
If the value can change over time, I would probably recommend using the programmatic builder instead of using a statically configured client, like this:
I'm using quarkus version
I have a rest endpoint in the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-17 at 05:12
Because you are returning
Uni from your method, RESTEasy Reactive is running the method on the event loop (see this for details).
However, it looks like the call to
entityRepository.createRevision is blocking IO, which means that the event loop thread is being blocked - something which is not allowed to happen.
@Blocking annotation means that the request is being serviced on a worker pool thread, on which you are allowed to block.
I'm trying to use Quarkus and JDBI — not so many examples on this out there I would say :/
The Gradle script has these dependencies:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-24 at 19:52
yes , it works with AgroalDataSource
I try to execute a Graphql Client Query. Sadly I am not able to find any kind of documentation or examples on how to do a simple Mutation using the Dynamic Graph QL Client. Here is the documentation https://quarkus.io/guides/smallrye-graphql-client....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-15 at 15:49
Having declared your server side mutation following the Eclipse MicroProfile API as follows:
In a quarkus project with quarkus-smallrye-graphql lib, is there a way to unit test a GraphQL resource object like this one :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-10 at 11:28
If using plain HTTP requests for the communication is ok to you, then something like this would work
when i run my test on intellij, it was returning...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-18 at 14:50
First, I would remove the version from the quarkus-junit5-mockito artifact.
Then you should check you don't have an old ASM version around in your dependency tree.
I am trying to use the quarkus-smallrye-graphql extension. And it seems like I cannot use any of the security annotations such as @Authenticated in a class annotated with @GraphQLApi. I previously tried to use the smallrye-graphql project directly and I was able to use security. But now when using the offered extension in quarkus, it does not work.
A simple example of api class is...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-15 at 07:33
The extension is not properly integrated with programmatic security yet. Please follow https://github.com/quarkusio/quarkus/issues/10001 that I've reported, it should be fixed soon.
In the meantime, it is possible to use config-based security as described in https://quarkus.io/guides/security#authorization-of-web-endpoints-using-configuration, just use
/graphql* for the
I am using the dependency as shown below in a Quarkus application. Default the endpoint is
/graphql. But since I am running this application in a k8s environment behind a ingress, this is not ideal. Anyone has an idea how to change this default endpoint to something like:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-01 at 06:47
If you're using the SmallRye GraphQL extension, you can control the endpoint path using
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You can use smallrye-graphql like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the smallrye-graphql component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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