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Published: Mar 5, 2018 License: Apache-2.0 Imports: 4 Imported by: 0

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const (
	MethodNameKey contextKey = 1 + iota
	ServiceNameKey
	PackageNameKey
	StatusCodeKey
	RequestHeaderKey
	ResponseWriterKey
)

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Functions

func HTTPRequestHeaders

func HTTPRequestHeaders(ctx context.Context) (http.Header, bool)

func MethodName

func MethodName(ctx context.Context) (string, bool)

MethodName extracts the name of the method being handled in the given context. If it is not known, it returns ("", false).

func PackageName

func PackageName(ctx context.Context) (string, bool)

PackageName extracts the fully-qualified protobuf package name of the service handling the given context. If it is not known, it returns ("", false). If the service comes from a proto file that does not declare a package name, it returns ("", true).

Note that the protobuf package name can be very different than the go package name; the two are unrelated.

func ServiceName

func ServiceName(ctx context.Context) (string, bool)

ServiceName extracts the name of the service handling the given context. If it is not known, it returns ("", false).

func SetHTTPResponseHeader

func SetHTTPResponseHeader(ctx context.Context, key, value string) error

SetHTTPResponseHeader sets an HTTP header key-value pair using a context provided by a generated server, or a child of that context. The server will include the header in its response for that request context.

This can be used to respond with custom HTTP headers like "Cache-Control". But note that HTTP headers are a implementation detail, only visible by middleware, not by the clients or their responses.

The header will be ignored (noop) if the context is invalid (i.e. using a new context.Background() instead of passing the context from the handler).

If called multiple times with the same key, it replaces any existing values associated with that key.

SetHTTPResponseHeader returns an error if the provided header key would overwrite a header that is needed by xservice, like "Content-Type".

func StatusCode

func StatusCode(ctx context.Context) (string, bool)

StatusCode retrieves the status code of the response (as string like "200"). If it is known returns (status, true). If it is not known, it returns ("", false).

func WithHTTPRequestHeaders

func WithHTTPRequestHeaders(ctx context.Context, h http.Header) (context.Context, error)

WithHTTPRequestHeaders stores an http.Header in a context.Context. When using a generated client, you can pass the returned context into any of the request methods, and the stored header will be included in outbound HTTP requests.

This can be used to set custom HTTP headers like authorization tokens or client IDs. But note that HTTP headers are a implementation detail, only visible by middleware, not by the server implementation.

WithHTTPRequestHeaders returns an error if the provided http.Header would overwrite a header that is needed by, like "Content-Type".

func WithMethodName

func WithMethodName(ctx context.Context, name string) context.Context

func WithPackageName

func WithPackageName(ctx context.Context, name string) context.Context

func WithResponseWriter

func WithResponseWriter(ctx context.Context, w http.ResponseWriter) context.Context

func WithServiceName

func WithServiceName(ctx context.Context, name string) context.Context

func WithStatusCode

func WithStatusCode(ctx context.Context, code int) context.Context

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