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%% JSON-RPC for Mochiweb
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%% @author Tony Garnock-Jones <tonygarnockjones@gmail.com>
%% @author LShift Ltd. <query@lshift.net>
%% @copyright 2007-2010, 2011, 2012 Tony Garnock-Jones and 2007-2010 LShift Ltd.
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%% @since 1.2.0
%%
%% @reference the <a href="http://code.google.com/p/mochiweb/">Mochiweb home page</a>
%%
%% @doc Support for serving JSON-RPC via Mochiweb.
%%
%% Familiarity with writing Mochiweb applications is assumed.
%%
%% == Basic Usage ==
%%
%% <ul>
%% <li>Register your JSON-RPC services as usual.</li>
%% <li>Decide on your `AliasPrefix' (see {@link rfc4627_jsonrpc_http:invoke_service_method/4}).</li>
%% <li>When a Mochiweb request arrives at your application, call {@link handle/2} with your `AliasPrefix' and the request.</li>
%% </ul>
%%
%% It's as simple as that - if the request's URI path matches the
%% `AliasPrefix', it will be decoded and the JSON-RPC service it names
%% will be invoked.
-module(rfc4627_jsonrpc_mochiweb).
-export([handle/2]).
normalize(X) when is_atom(X) ->
string:to_lower(atom_to_list(X));
normalize(X) when is_binary(X) ->
string:to_lower(binary_to_list(X));
normalize(X) when is_list(X) ->
string:to_lower(X).
%% @spec (string(), #mochiweb_request{}) -> no_match | {ok, Response}
%% where Response = {Code, ReplyHeaders, ReplyBody}
%% Code = integer()
%% ReplyHeaders = [{string(), string()}]
%% ReplyBody = string()
%%
%% @doc If the request matches `AliasPrefix', the corresponding
%% JSON-RPC service is invoked, and an `{ok, Response}' is returned;
%% otherwise, `no_match' is returned.
%%
%% Call this function from your Mochiweb application's `loop'
%% function, as follows:
%%
%% ```
%% case rfc4627_jsonrpc_mochiweb:handle("/rpc", Req) of
%% no_match ->
%% handle_non_jsonrpc_request(Req);
%% {ok, Response} ->
%% Req:respond(Response)
%% end
%% '''
%%
%% where `handle_non_jsonrpc_request' does the obvious thing for
%% non-JSON-RPC requests.
handle(AliasPrefix, Req) ->
Path = Req:get(path),
QueryObj = {obj, [{K, list_to_binary(V)} || {K,V} <- Req:parse_qs()]},
HeaderObj = {obj, [{normalize(K), list_to_binary(V)}
|| {K,V} <- mochiweb_headers:to_list(Req:get(headers))]},
RequestInfo = {obj, [{"http_method", list_to_binary(atom_to_list(Req:get(method)))},
{"http_query_parameters", QueryObj},
{"http_headers", HeaderObj},
{"remote_peername", list_to_binary(Req:get(peer))},
{"scheme", <<"http">>}]},
Body = Req:recv_body(),
case rfc4627_jsonrpc_http:invoke_service_method(AliasPrefix,
Path,
RequestInfo,
Body) of
no_match ->
no_match;
{ok, ResultEnc, ResponseInfo} ->
DefaultType = rfc4627:mime_type(),
RespType = case Req:accepts_content_type(DefaultType) of
true -> DefaultType;
false ->
case Req:accepts_content_type("text/plain") of
true -> "text/plain";
false -> DefaultType
end
end,
{obj, ResponseHeaderFields} =
rfc4627:get_field(ResponseInfo, "http_headers", {obj, []}),
StatusCode =
rfc4627:get_field(ResponseInfo, "http_status_code", 200),
Headers = [{K, binary_to_list(V)} || {K,V} <- ResponseHeaderFields],
{ok, {StatusCode, Headers ++ [{"Content-type", RespType}], ResultEnc}}
end.