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kandi X-RAY | actix-web Summary
Actix Web is a powerful, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for Rust.
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I am working on a sample api in rust. Everything is working fine in locally. I'm using windows 10 and this version of rust and cargo....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-11 at 14:33
The error is due to the
mongodb 0.9.2 depending on
os_info 1.3.3, which doesn't compile on Linux. The correct way to resolve this problem would be to bump
mongodb version -
0.9.2 is fairly old; the latest version at time of writing is
2.1.0, and it uses
os_info 3, which doesn't have this problem.
If, however, for some reason this update is undesirable (e.g. if the changes due to the changed API would be too large), and the crate isn't going to be published to crates.io, it's possible to leverage the Cargo.toml
- Copy the source code of the
os_infointo some local directory. It can be found in
$USER_DIR/cargo/registry/src/github.com-$HASH/os_info-1.3.3(the root component is the home directory, e.g.
C:/Users/username; hash can be different).
- Add the following entry to the
In my code I have this main function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 12:22
Look at the examples in the docs for Data. It seems you have to put your initialized struct in a
Mutex and then add that to your
App. Also beware that you need to include it in your path
fn as a Mutex as well.
CSS is not working via link rel attributes of maud with actix-web. Where I've made mistake(s)?
I think that position where I wrote link rel attributes is correct.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-11 at 21:35
Looking at the documentation of
The first argument (mount_path) is the root URL at which the static files are served.
The second argument (serve_from) is the location on disk at which files are loaded.
You are using
/static as first argument, so your files will be under
http://0.0.0.0:80/static, all right.
But as second argument you set
. that is the root of the project. This means that you are publishing the whole source of your project! For example, at
http://0.0.0.0:80/static/ is the mount point,
./src/main.rs is the local file) you will download the source of your binary, and you do not want that.
To fix your problem write instead:
I am using actix-web to authenticate a user in a REST api. The endpoint for authenticating a user sets the "Authorization" header of the response object to a generated token....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 11:40
In your case
token is a local variable and a reference to it (
&token) is definitely not with a static lifetime. The compiler error explains it and shows it to you.
You probably want to create a
HeaderValue instance some other way, not via
from_static. For example like this:
I'm trying to write a Udp Client Actor using Actix. I've followed this example, UDP-Echo, but I can't seem to send a message to the server using the UdpFramed tokio struct. Here's what I have so far, this is the Udp Client Actor implementation...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-09 at 22:09
Solved it by wrapping the UdpSocket in an Arc and keeping the reference in the actor for later use. Using the socket to write messages works. The split stream used for the streamhandler needs no change, as it works as expected.
I try write my first rust web demo with actix-web. I copied the example in actix-web welcome web page and changed it as below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-08 at 12:12
An async function returns a
Future, you need to
await the future to get the result. In your case the
Running this locally works as expected, however, when running it inside docker I cannot access the site. Everything I have seen has said make sure to bind to 0.0.0.0, which I am already so I'm at a loss.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-09 at 19:48
I think there are 2 problems here:
- Looks like you forgot to add
EXPOSE 8000to your dockerfile.
- Since you forgot to add expose I supposed you also forgot to bind your port when running your image:
docker run -p 8000:8000 image_name
I want to register application level data when configuring Actix http server, but when I try to access the data in a request handler with
HttpRequest::app_data() I always get
None. The code below panics in the
index request handler at the
It does work however if I use a
String instead of my
What am I doing wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-22 at 10:27
You need to specify the
Data type to
app_data with turbo fish syntax.
I am using the deadpool-postgres crate and actix-web in my application.
I am trying to do this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-23 at 15:00
NOT (interface_id = ANY($2)) where
ToSql of a Vec / slice of whatever type
Often these simple array queries can have the same execution plan as their
NOT IN equivalents - but double check an
EXPLAIN to be sure.
I use crate scylla that use tokio 1, so i must use crate actix-web 4.0 beta. Now i have problem that use actix_web::client::Client show error :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 02:16
This is mentioned in the
actix_web Changes.md for v4.0:
clientmod was removed. Clients should now use
actix_web::client module has long since largely been a wrapper around the
awc crate ever since the 1.0 release, but it seems they now want to separate them entirely.
The types from
awc should be near identical to those exposed in prior
actix_web releases, however if you're using it with
actix_web:4.0 (currently in beta) then you'll want to use
awc:3.0 (currently in beta) for compatibility.
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