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class RoutingContext extends AnyRef

Represents the context for the handling of a request in Vert.x-Web.

A new instance is created for each HTTP request that is received in the of the router.

The same instance is passed to any matching request or failure handlers during the routing of the request or failure.

The context provides access to the and and allows you to maintain arbitrary data that lives for the lifetime of the context. Contexts are discarded once they have been routed to the handler for the request.

The context also provides access to the io.vertx.scala.ext.web.Session, cookies and body for the request, given the correct handlers in the application.

If you use the internal error handler

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  1. new RoutingContext(_asJava: AnyRef)

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  4. def acceptableLanguages(): Buffer[LanguageHeader]

    Returns the languages for the current request.

    Returns the languages for the current request. The languages are determined from the Accept-Language header and sorted on quality.

    When 2 or more entries have the same quality then the order used to return the best match is based on the lowest index on the original list. For example if a user has en-US and en-GB with same quality and this order the best match will be en-US because it was declared as first entry by the client. * @return The best matched language for the request

  5. def acceptableLocales(): Buffer[Locale]

    Returns the locales for the current request.

    Returns the locales for the current request. The locales are determined from the accept-languages header and sorted on quality.

    When 2 or more entries have the same quality then the order used to return the best match is based on the lowest index on the original list. For example if a user has en-US and en-GB with same quality and this order the best match will be en-US because it was declared as first entry by the client. * @return the best matched locale for the request

  6. def addBodyEndHandler(handler: Handler[Unit]): Int

    Provides a handler that will be called after the last part of the body is written to the wire.

    Provides a handler that will be called after the last part of the body is written to the wire. The handler is called asynchronously of when the response has been received by the client. This provides a hook allowing you to do more operations once the request has been sent over the wire. Do not use this for resource cleanup as this handler might never get called (e.g. if the connection is reset). * @param handler the handler

    returns

    the id of the handler. This can be used if you later want to remove the handler.

  7. def addCookie(cookie: Cookie): RoutingContext

    Add a cookie.

    Add a cookie. This will be sent back to the client in the response. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to work. * @param cookie the cookie

    returns

    a reference to this, so the API can be used fluently

  8. def addHeadersEndHandler(handler: Handler[Unit]): Int

    Add a handler that will be called just before headers are written to the response.

    Add a handler that will be called just before headers are written to the response. This gives you a hook where you can write any extra headers before the response has been written when it will be too late. * @param handler the handler

    returns

    the id of the handler. This can be used if you later want to remove the handler.

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  11. def clearUser(): Unit

    Clear the current user object in the context.

    Clear the current user object in the context. This usually is used for implementing a log out feature, since the current user is unbounded from the routing context.

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  13. def cookieCount(): Int

    returns

    the number of cookies. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to work.

  14. def cookies(): Set[Cookie]

    returns

    a set of all the cookies. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to be populated.

  15. def currentRoute(): Route

    returns

    the current route this context is being routed through.

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  18. def fail(statusCode: Int, throwable: Throwable): Unit

    Fail the context with the specified throwable and the specified the status code.

    Fail the context with the specified throwable and the specified the status code.

    This will cause the router to route the context to any matching failure handlers for the request. If no failure handlers match It will trigger the error handler matching the status code. You can define such error handler with io.vertx.scala.ext.web.Router#errorHandler. If no error handler is not defined, It will send a default failure response with provided status code. * @param statusCode the HTTP status code

    throwable

    a throwable representing the failure

  19. def fail(throwable: Throwable): Unit

    Fail the context with the specified throwable and 500 status code.

    Fail the context with the specified throwable and 500 status code.

    This will cause the router to route the context to any matching failure handlers for the request. If no failure handlers match It will trigger the error handler matching the status code. You can define such error handler with io.vertx.scala.ext.web.Router#errorHandler. If no error handler is not defined, It will send a default failure response with 500 status code. * @param throwable a throwable representing the failure

  20. def fail(statusCode: Int): Unit

    Fail the context with the specified status code.

    Fail the context with the specified status code.

    This will cause the router to route the context to any matching failure handlers for the request. If no failure handlers match It will trigger the error handler matching the status code. You can define such error handler with io.vertx.scala.ext.web.Router#errorHandler. If no error handler is not defined, It will send a default failure response with provided status code. * @param statusCode the HTTP status code

  21. def failed(): Boolean

    returns

    true if the context is being routed to failure handlers.

  22. def failure(): Throwable

    If the context is being routed to failure handlers after a failure has been triggered by calling io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#fail then this will return that throwable.

    If the context is being routed to failure handlers after a failure has been triggered by calling io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#fail then this will return that throwable. It can be used by failure handlers to render a response, e.g. create a failure response page. * @return the throwable used when signalling failure

  23. def fileUploads(): Set[FileUpload]

    returns

    a set of fileuploads (if any) for the request. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to work.

  24. def finalize(): Unit
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  25. def get[T](key: String)(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[T]): T

    Get some data from the context.

    Get some data from the context. The data is available in any handlers that receive the context. * @param key the key for the data

    returns

    the data

  26. def getAcceptableContentType(): Option[String]

    If the route specifies produces matches, e.g.

    If the route specifies produces matches, e.g. produces text/html and text/plain, and the accept header matches one or more of these then this returns the most acceptable match. * @return the most acceptable content type.

  27. def getBody(): Option[Buffer]

    returns

    Get the entire HTTP request body as a Buffer. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to be populated.

  28. def getBodyAsJson(): Option[JsonObject]

    returns

    Get the entire HTTP request body as a JsonObject. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to be populated.
    When the body is null or the "null" JSON literal then null is returned.

  29. def getBodyAsJsonArray(): Option[JsonArray]

    returns

    Get the entire HTTP request body as a JsonArray. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to be populated.
    When the body is null or the "null" JSON literal then null is returned.

  30. def getBodyAsString(encoding: String): Option[String]

    Get the entire HTTP request body as a string, assuming the specified encoding.

    Get the entire HTTP request body as a string, assuming the specified encoding. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to be populated. * @param encoding the encoding, e.g. "UTF-16"

    returns

    the body

  31. def getBodyAsString(): Option[String]

    returns

    the entire HTTP request body as a string, assuming UTF-8 encoding. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler for this to be populated.

  32. final def getClass(): Class[_]
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  33. def getCookie(name: String): Option[Cookie]

    Get the cookie with the specified name.

    Get the cookie with the specified name. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to work. * @param name the cookie name

    returns

    the cookie

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  36. def mountPoint(): Option[String]

    returns

    the mount point for this router. It will be null for a top level router. For a sub-router it will be the path at which the subrouter was mounted.

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  38. def next(): Unit

    Tell the router to route this context to the next matching route (if any).

    Tell the router to route this context to the next matching route (if any). This method, if called, does not need to be called during the execution of the handler, it can be called some arbitrary time later, if required.

    If next is not called for a handler then the handler should make sure it ends the response or no response will be sent.

  39. def normalisedPath(): String

    Return the normalised path for the request.

    Return the normalised path for the request.

    The normalised path is where the URI path has been decoded, i.e. any unicode or other illegal URL characters that were encoded in the original URL with % will be returned to their original form. E.g. %20 will revert to a space. Also + reverts to a space in a query.

    The normalised path will also not contain any .. character sequences to prevent resources being accessed outside of the permitted area.

    It's recommended to always use the normalised path as opposed to if accessing server resources requested by a client. * @return the normalised path

  40. final def notify(): Unit
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  42. def parsedHeaders(): ParsedHeaderValues

    The headers:

    The headers:

    • Accept
    • Accept-Charset
    • Accept-Encoding
    • Accept-Language
    • Content-Type

    Parsed into io.vertx.scala.ext.web.ParsedHeaderValue * @return A container with the parsed headers.

  43. def pathParam(name: String): Option[String]

    Gets the value of a single path parameter * @param name the name of parameter as defined in path declaration

    Gets the value of a single path parameter * @param name the name of parameter as defined in path declaration

    returns

    the actual value of the parameter or null if it doesn't exist

  44. def pathParams(): Map[String, String]

    Returns a map of named parameters as defined in path declaration with their actual values * @return the map of named parameters

  45. def preferredLanguage(): LanguageHeader

    Helper to return the user preferred language.

    Helper to return the user preferred language. It is the same action as returning the first element of the acceptable languages. * @return the users preferred locale.

  46. def preferredLocale(): Locale

    Helper to return the user preferred locale.

    Helper to return the user preferred locale. It is the same action as returning the first element of the acceptable locales. * @return the users preferred locale.

  47. def put(key: String, obj: AnyRef): RoutingContext

    Put some arbitrary data in the context.

    Put some arbitrary data in the context. This will be available in any handlers that receive the context. * @param key the key for the data

    obj

    the data

    returns

    a reference to this, so the API can be used fluently

  48. def queryParam(name: String): Buffer[String]

    Gets the value of a single query parameter.

    Gets the value of a single query parameter. For more info io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#queryParams * @param name The name of query parameter

    returns

    The list of all parameters matching the parameter name. It returns an empty list if no query parameter with name was found

  49. def queryParams(): MultiMap

    Returns a map of all query parameters inside the query string
    The query parameters are lazily decoded: the decoding happens on the first time this method is called.

    Returns a map of all query parameters inside the query string
    The query parameters are lazily decoded: the decoding happens on the first time this method is called. If the query string is invalid it fails the context * @return the multimap of query parameters

  50. def remove[T](key: String)(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[T]): T

    Remove some data from the context.

    Remove some data from the context. The data is available in any handlers that receive the context. * @param key the key for the data

    returns

    the previous data associated with the key

  51. def removeBodyEndHandler(handlerID: Int): Boolean

    Remove a body end handler * @param handlerID the id as returned from io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#addBodyEndHandler(Handler).

    Remove a body end handler * @param handlerID the id as returned from io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#addBodyEndHandler(Handler).

    returns

    true if the handler existed and was removed, false otherwise

  52. def removeCookie(name: String, invalidate: Boolean): Option[Cookie]

    Remove a cookie from the cookie set.

    Remove a cookie from the cookie set. If invalidate is true then it will expire a cookie, notifying a User Agent to remove it from its cookie jar. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to work. * @param name the name of the cookie

    returns

    the cookie, if it existed, or null

  53. def removeCookie(name: String): Option[Cookie]

    Expire a cookie, notifying a User Agent to remove it from its cookie jar.

    Expire a cookie, notifying a User Agent to remove it from its cookie jar. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.CookieHandler for this to work. * @param name the name of the cookie

    returns

    the cookie, if it existed, or null

  54. def removeHeadersEndHandler(handlerID: Int): Boolean

    Remove a headers end handler * @param handlerID the id as returned from io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#addHeadersEndHandler(Handler).

    Remove a headers end handler * @param handlerID the id as returned from io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#addHeadersEndHandler(Handler).

    returns

    true if the handler existed and was removed, false otherwise

  55. def request(): HttpServerRequest

    returns

    the HTTP request object

  56. def reroute(method: HttpMethod, path: String): Unit

    Restarts the current router with a new method and path.

    Restarts the current router with a new method and path. All path parameters are then parsed and available on the params list. * @param method the new http request

    path

    the new http path.

  57. def reroute(path: String): Unit

    Restarts the current router with a new path and reusing the original method.

    Restarts the current router with a new path and reusing the original method. All path parameters are then parsed and available on the params list. * @param path the new http path.

  58. def response(): HttpServerResponse

    returns

    the HTTP response object

  59. def session(): Option[Session]

    Get the session.

    Get the session. The context must have first been routed to a io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.SessionHandler for this to be populated. Sessions live for a browser session, and are maintained by session cookies. * @return the session.

  60. def setAcceptableContentType(contentType: Option[String]): Unit

    Set the acceptable content type.

    Set the acceptable content type. Used by * @param contentType the content type

  61. def setBody(body: Buffer): Unit

    Set the body.

    Set the body. Used by the io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.BodyHandler. You will not normally call this method. * @param body the body

  62. def setSession(session: Session): Unit

    Set the session.

    Set the session. Used by the io.vertx.scala.ext.web.handler.SessionHandler. You will not normally call this method. * @param session the session

  63. def setUser(user: User): Unit

    Set the user.

    Set the user. Usually used by auth handlers to inject a User. You will not normally call this method. * @param user the user

  64. def statusCode(): Int

    If the context is being routed to failure handlers after a failure has been triggered by calling io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#fail then this will return that status code.

    If the context is being routed to failure handlers after a failure has been triggered by calling io.vertx.scala.ext.web.RoutingContext#fail then this will return that status code. It can be used by failure handlers to render a response, e.g. create a failure response page.

    When the status code has not been set yet (it is undefined) its value will be -1. * @return the status code used when signalling failure

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  67. def user(): Option[User]

    Get the authenticated user (if any).

    Get the authenticated user (if any). This will usually be injected by an auth handler if authentication if successful. * @return the user, or null if the current user is not authenticated.

  68. def vertx(): Vertx

    returns

    the Vert.x instance associated to the initiating Router for this context

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