JSON/RPC

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JSON-RPC Protocol

JSON-RPC is a remote procedure call protocol encoded in JSON (JavaScript Object Notation). Jolie implements version 2 over HTTP transport. Protocol name in Jolie port definition: jsonrpc.

JSON-RPC Parameters

type JsonRpcConfiguration:void {
/*
* Defines whether the underlying connection should be kept open.
*
* Default: true
*/
.keepAlive?: bool
/*
* Defines whether debug messages should be activated
*
* Default: false
*/
.debug?: bool
/*
* Enable the HTTP content compression
* On client side the "Accept-Encoding" header is set to "gzip, deflate"
* or according to "requestCompression". On the server the compression is
* enabled using gzip or deflate as the client requested it. gzip is
* preferred over deflate since it is more common.
* If the negotiation was successful, the server returns the compressed data
* with a "Content-Encoding" header and an updated "Content-Length" field.
*
* Default: true
*/
.compression?:bool
/*
* Enables the HTTP request compression feature.
* HTTP 1.1 per RFC 2616 defines optional compression also on POST requests,
* which works unless HTTP errors are returned, for instance 415 Unsupported
* Media Type.
* Jolie allows to set the parameter to "gzip" or "deflate" which overrides
* also the "Accept-Encoding" header. This invites the server to use the same
* algorithm for the response compression. Invalid values are ignored.
* If all conditions are met, the request content gets compressed, an
* additional "Content-Encoding" header added and the "Content-Length"
* header recalculated.
*
* Default: none/off
*/
.requestCompression?:string
}