Microservice

Open source template written in Go that creates a secure server and gateway where gRPC service calls are converted from a REST endpoint.

Installation

To install clone the repo and run docker-compose build then docker-compose up from the root directory.

NOTE: You will need to connect to MongoDB through MongoDB Compass to create the databases for the Carts Service and the Items service until the DB schema is saved in the repo and initialized in the docker-compose file.

  • Open MongoDB Compass
  • Connect to the local Docker MongoDB instance with mongodb://localhost:27017
  • Create a database called template with a collection called template

NOTE: You will need to hardcode your Docker cluster IP address for the MongoDB connection in the docker-compose file until the IP is made static.

  • After running docker-compose up for the first time you will see your local cluster IP address in the logging
  • From the root folder edit the docker-compose.yml file IP address wherever you see mongodb://

Template Service

Version: 1.0

Contact information:Mike Laeta[email protected]

/v1/template

POST

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
body body Yes v1CreateRequest
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1CreateResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

/v1/template/all

GET

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
api query No string
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1ListResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

/v1/template/{template.id}

PUT

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
template.id path Yes string
body body Yes v1UpdateRequest
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1UpdateResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

PATCH

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
template.id path Yes string
body body Yes v1UpdateRequest
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1UpdateResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

/v1/template/{id}

GET

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
id path Yes string
api query No string
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1ReadResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

DELETE

Parameters
Name Located in Description Required Schema
id path Yes string
api query No string
Responses
Code Description Schema
200 A successful response. v1DeleteResponse
404 Returned when the resource does not exist. string (string)
default An unexpected error response runtimeError

Models

protobufAny

Any contains an arbitrary serialized protocol buffer message along with aURL that describes the type of the serialized message.

Protobuf library provides support to pack/unpack Any values in the formof utility functions or additional generated methods of the Any type.

Example 1: Pack and unpack a message in C++.

Foo foo = ...;Any any;any.PackFrom(foo);...if (any.UnpackTo(&foo)) {  ...}

Example 2: Pack and unpack a message in Java.

Foo foo = ...;Any any = Any.pack(foo);...if (any.is(Foo.class)) {  foo = any.unpack(Foo.class);}

Example 3: Pack and unpack a message in Python.

foo = Foo(...)any = Any()any.Pack(foo)...if any.Is(Foo.DESCRIPTOR):  any.Unpack(foo)  ...

Example 4: Pack and unpack a message in Go

 foo := &pb.Foo{...} any, err := ptypes.MarshalAny(foo) ... foo := &pb.Foo{} if err := ptypes.UnmarshalAny(any, foo); err != nil {   ... }

The pack methods provided by protobuf library will by default use’type.googleapis.com/full.type.name’ as the type URL and the unpackmethods only use the fully qualified type name after the last ‘/’in the type URL, for example “foo.bar.com/x/y.z” will yield typename “y.z”.

JSON

The JSON representation of an Any value uses the regularrepresentation of the deserialized, embedded message, with anadditional field @type which contains the type URL. Example:

package google.profile;message Person {  string first_name = 1;  string last_name = 2;}{  "@type": "type.googleapis.com/google.profile.Person",  "firstName": <string>,  "lastName": <string>}

If the embedded message type is well-known and has a custom JSONrepresentation, that representation will be embedded adding a fieldvalue which holds the custom JSON in addition to the @typefield. Example (for message [google.protobuf.Duration][]):

{  "@type": "type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Duration",  "value": "1.212s"}
Name Type Description Required
type_url string A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one “/” character. The last segment of the URL’s path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading “.” is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a [google.protobuf.Type][] value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics. No
value byte Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type. No

runtimeError

Name Type Description Required
error string No
code integer No
message string No
details [ protobufAny ] No

v1Template

Name Type Description Required
id string No
items string No
created dateTime No
updated dateTime No

v1CreateRequest

Name Type Description Required
api string No
template v1Template No

v1CreateResponse

Name Type Description Required
api string No
id string No

v1DeleteResponse

Name Type Description Required
api string No
deleted string (int64) No

v1ListResponse

Name Type Description Required
api string No
data [ v1Template ] No

v1ReadResponse

Name Type Description Required
api string No
template v1Template No

v1UpdateRequest

Name Type Description Required
api string No
template v1Template No

v1UpdateResponse

Name Type Description Required
api string No
updated string (int64) No

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