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Overview

Package thrift implements Thrift encoding support for YARPC.

To use this package, you must install ThriftRW 1.0 or newer.

go get go.uber.org/thriftrw

You must also install the ThriftRW plugin for YARPC.

go get go.uber.org/yarpc/encoding/thrift/thriftrw-plugin-yarpc

To generate YARPC compatible code from a Thrift file, use the command,

thriftrw --plugin yarpc myservice.thrift

In addition to generating code for types specified in your Thrift file, this will generate the following packages for each service in the file: a client package, a server package, a test package, and an UberFx module.

myservice
   |- myserviceclient
   |- myserviceserver
   |- myservicefx
   |- myservicetest

The client package allows sending requests through a YARPC dispatcher.

client := myserviceclient.New(dispatcher.ClientConfig("myservice"))

The server package facilitates registration of service implementations with a YARPC dispatcher.

handler := myHandler{}
dispatcher.Register(myserviceserver.New(handler))

The test package provides a gomock-compatible mock client for the service.

mockCtrl := gomock.NewController(t)
client := myservicetest.NewMockClient(mockCtrl)
client.EXPECT().Hello(request).Return(response, nil)

The Fx package provides an UberFx-compatible constructor for service clients. This may be used with Provide to make service clients available in the container.

fx.Provide(myservicefx.Client("myservice"))

The Fx package also provides an UberFx-compatible constructor for registering service procedures. This expects an instance of the service interface to be available in the container and provides the list of procedures resulting from that to the "yarpcfx" value group.

fx.Provide(
	myservicefx.Server(),
	NewMyServiceHandler,  // func(...) myserviceserver.Interface
)

Automatically Building Clients

All clients generated by the YARPC ThriftRW plugin are compatible with YARPC's yarpc.InjectClients function.

var handler struct{ Client keyvalueclient.Interface `service:"keyvalue"` }
yarpc.Injectclients(dispatcher, &handler)

These clients may further be customized by providing a "thrift" tag. The following options may be provided on the tag using a comma-separated list.

enveloped:   Requests and responses will be wrapped inside a standard
             Apache Thrift envelope. This flag is needed to call existing
             Apache Thrift services with clients generated by YARPC.
             Equivalent to passing thrift.Enveloped.
multiplexed: Requests are being sent to an Apache Thrift server which has
             multiplexing enabled. Equivalent to passing
             thrift.Multiplexed. This option has no effect if enveloped
             was not set.

For example,

type handler struct {
	Client keyvalueclient.Interface `service:"keyvalue" thrift:"multiplexed,enveloped"`
}

var h handler
yarpc.Injectclients(dispatcher, &h)

Calling Existing Apache Thrift Services

You can call existing Apache Thrift services with YARPC by passing in the thrift.Enveloped option when constructing the corresponding clients.

client := myserviceclient.New(dispatcher.ClientConfig("myservice"), thrift.Enveloped)

With yarpc.InjectClients, you can pass the tag `thrift:"enveloped"` to enable this option on automatically instantiated clients.

type handler struct {
	Client myserviceclient.Interface `service:"myservice" thrift:"enveloped"`
}

var h handler
yarpc.InjectClients(dispatcher, &h)

Automatically Sanitizing TChannel Contexts

Contexts created with `tchannel.ContextWithHeaders` are incompatible with YARPC clients generated from Thrift. Using such a context will cause a YARPC client to error on any call. Using the `sanitize-tchannel` flag will generate a YARPC client such that all TChannel headers from any context supplied are removed before making a YARPC call. The option can be used like so:

thriftrw --plugin "yarpc --sanitize-tchannel" myservice.thrift

Index

Constants

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const Encoding transport.Encoding = "thrift"

Encoding is the name of this encoding.

Variables

This section is empty.

Functions

func BuildProcedures

func BuildProcedures(s Service, opts ...RegisterOption) []transport.Procedure

BuildProcedures builds a list of Procedures from a Thrift service specification.

func Register

func Register(r transport.RouteTable, rs []transport.Procedure)

Register calls the RouteTable's Register method.

This function exists for backwards compatibility only. It will be removed in a future version.

Deprecated: Use the RouteTable's Register method directly.

Types

type Client

type Client interface {
	// Call the given Thrift method.
	Call(ctx context.Context, reqBody envelope.Enveloper, opts ...yarpc.CallOption) (wire.Value, error)
	CallOneway(ctx context.Context, reqBody envelope.Enveloper, opts ...yarpc.CallOption) (transport.Ack, error)
}

Client is a generic Thrift client. It speaks in raw Thrift payloads.

Users should use the client generated by the code generator rather than using this directly.

func New

func New(c Config, opts ...ClientOption) Client

New creates a new Thrift client.

type ClientOption

type ClientOption interface {
	// contains filtered or unexported methods
}

ClientOption customizes the behavior of a Thrift client.

var Multiplexed ClientOption = multiplexedOption{}

Multiplexed is an option that specifies that requests from a client should use Thrift multiplexing. This option should be used if the remote server is using Thrift's TMultiplexedProtocol. It includes the name of the service in the envelope name for all outbound requests.

Specify this option when constructing the Thrift client.

client := myserviceclient.New(clientConfig, thrift.Multiplexed)

This option has no effect if enveloping is disabled.

func ClientBuilderOptions

func ClientBuilderOptions(_ transport.ClientConfig, f reflect.StructField) []ClientOption

ClientBuilderOptions returns ClientOptions that InjectClients should use for a specific Thrift client given information about the field into which the client is being injected. This API will usually not be used directly by users but by the generated code.

type Config

type Config struct {
	// Name of the Thrift service. This is the name used in the Thrift file
	// with the 'service' keyword.
	Service string

	// ClientConfig through which requests will be sent. Required.
	ClientConfig transport.ClientConfig
}

Config contains the configuration for the Client.

type HandlerSpec

type HandlerSpec struct {
	Type   transport.Type
	Unary  UnaryHandler
	Oneway OnewayHandler
}

HandlerSpec represents the handler behind a Thrift service method.

type Method

type Method struct {
	// Name of the method itself.
	Name string

	// The handler to call.
	HandlerSpec HandlerSpec

	// Snippet of Go code representing the function definition of the handler.
	// This is useful for introspection.
	Signature string

	// ThriftModule, if non-nil, refers to the Thrift module from where this
	// method is coming from.
	ThriftModule *thriftreflect.ThriftModule
}

Method represents a Thrift service method.

type OnewayHandler

type OnewayHandler func(context.Context, wire.Value) error

OnewayHandler is a convenience type alias for functions that act as OnewayHandlers.

type Option

type Option interface {
	ClientOption
	RegisterOption
}

Option unifies options that apply to both, Thrift clients and handlers.

var Enveloped Option = envelopedOption{}

Enveloped is an option that specifies that Thrift requests and responses should be enveloped. It defaults to false.

It may be specified on the client side when the client is constructed.

client := myserviceclient.New(clientConfig, thrift.Enveloped)

It may be specified on the server side when the handler is registered.

dispatcher.Register(myserviceserver.New(handler, thrift.Enveloped))

Note that you will need to enable enveloping to communicate with Apache Thrift HTTP servers.

func Named

func Named(n string) Option

Named is an option that specifies the name of a thrift.Client. This option should be used if a thrift service extends another thrift service. Note that the first Named Option will trump all other Named options. This ensures that the inherited procedures are appropriately labelled with the correct inheriting service's name.

Specify this option when constructing the Thrift client.

client := myserviceclient.New(clientConfig, thrift.Named("foo"))

It may be specified on the server side when the handler is registered.

dispatcher.Register(myserviceserver.New(handler, thrift.Named("foo")))

If not specified, the client or server's inherited procedures will be labelled with the service name from which they are inherited.

func Protocol

func Protocol(p protocol.Protocol) Option

Protocol is an option that specifies which Thrift Protocol servers and clients should use. It may be specified on the client side when the client is constructed,

client := myserviceclient.New(clientConfig, thrift.Protocol(protocol.Binary))

It may be specified on the server side when the handler is registered.

dispatcher.Register(myserviceserver.New(handler, thrift.Protocol(protocol.Binary)))

It defaults to the Binary protocol.

type RegisterOption

type RegisterOption interface {
	// contains filtered or unexported methods
}

RegisterOption customizes the behavior of a Thrift handler during registration.

type Response

type Response struct {
	Body envelope.Enveloper

	IsApplicationError bool

	ApplicationErrorDetails string
	ApplicationErrorName    string
	ApplicationErrorCode    *yarpcerrors.Code
}

Response contains the raw response from a generated Thrift handler.

type Service

type Service struct {
	// Name of the Thrift service. This is the name specified for the service
	// in the IDL.
	Name    string
	Methods []Method
}

Service is a generic Thrift service implementation.

type UnaryHandler

type UnaryHandler func(context.Context, wire.Value) (Response, error)

UnaryHandler is a convenience type alias for functions that act as Handlers.

Directories

Path Synopsis
thriftrw-plugin-yarpc implements a plugin for ThriftRW that generates code compatible with YARPC.
thriftrw-plugin-yarpc implements a plugin for ThriftRW that generates code compatible with YARPC.
observabilitytest/test/testservicefx
Package testservicefx provides better integration for Fx for services implementing or calling TestService.
Package testservicefx provides better integration for Fx for services implementing or calling TestService.