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plugin seneca services into hapi.js

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var Hapi = require('hapi')
var hapiServer = Hapi.createServer('', 3000)
var seneca = require('seneca')()
seneca.ready(function() {
  var hapiPin ={role: 'hapi', cmd:'*'})
    name: 'salestax',
    version: '0.0.1',
    pack: hapiServer.pack,
    connectors: [
        'method': 'post',
        'path': '/salestax',
        'role': 'salestax',
        'cmd': 'salestax'
    ], function(err) {



name (required) the name of the hapi plugin exported

version (required) the version of the hapi plugin exported

pack (required) The server pack to which the plugin should be attached

connectors (required) An array of seneca plugins to expose. Each connector is an object with the following attributes

Connectors have the following attributes:

method (optional) the HTTP method. defaults to post

path (optional) the HTTP path to the endpoint. defaults to /<role>

The path can contain any parameters except role. For example:

role: 'salestax',
path: '/salestax/{cmd}/{arg1}/{arg2}'

will expose any command from the 'salestax' microservice, and tie arg1 and arg2 to the url. Paths follows hapi's url format.

role (required) the seneca plugin name. The role is required so that you cannot expose all your commands by mistake

cmd (optional) the specific command to expose. By default, all commands are exposed and can be selected with either the cmd GET params for GET request or the cmd attribute in the body payload (json) for other HTTP methods.

Parameters ordering.

It is possible to pass parameters from HTTP to the microservices in multiple ways:

  • GET query parameters /foo?arg1=abc&arg2=xyz
  • POST body parameters {"arg1": "abc", "arg2": "xyz"}
  • routing parameters /foo/{arg1}/{arg2} ==> /foo/abc/xyz

GET parameters are only read when the get method is specified in the connector. POST parameters are overridden by routing parameters.

That means that if given the following query:

  method: 'POST',
  url: '/foo/valueURL1/valueURL2',
  payload: '{"arg1": "valueBody1", "arg2": "valueBody2", "arg3": "valueBody3"}'

The microservice will receive:

  arg1: 'valueURL1',
  arg2: 'valueURL2',
  arg3: 'valueBody3'

If the role or the cmd is defined in the connector, the values will take precedence over any parameter passed to the HTTP endpoint.