Questions tagged [Apache Thrift] (5)

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Server with a custom binary Protocol?

Primarily interested in how this is implemented in S. T. E., I would like a DSL to specify the formats of packets and, possibly, the logic of interaction. As I understand it, you can create packages using asn1c or protobuf or Thrift (there are other tools, but the mainstream, I thought, these), the server can write to it. I...
yoshiko82 asked October 9th 19 at 22:11
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Why doesn't Thrift in Angular.js?

Good afternoon. Write the client for the server. Communication with the server via Thrift. If I send a request to a server just in the code of the index page - it's all good. The answer appears.var transport = new Thrift.Transport("Path_To_Server"); var protocol = new Thrift.Protocol(transport); return new SomeMethod(prot...
Toni72 asked September 24th 19 at 00:56
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Is there a solution to test services based on thrift?

Hi all. Develop a service running on the Apache Thrift Protocol. Really want to test something on the similarity of the Swagger UI, but for thrift. If faced with a similar cast link.
andre_Erdman43 asked September 15th 19 at 10:05
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What's wrong through a long chain of inheritances?

And so, the situation: We develop a client-server application constantly working with a large number of entities and plan to use the auto generation of code based on object descriptions. Standard tools apache thrift \ protobuf not come to us, so we are planning to paint your bike. The generated code assumes that it does no...
Kylie asked September 4th 19 at 00:01
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Globally as to get rid of PersistentCollection?

Good afternoon. In my project there is one complex document, made up of several EmbeddedDocument's quite large nesting - profile player in a RPG. The document involved in about 50 classes. Sometimes used through the inclusion of the @EmbedMany that during hydration of documents gives PersistentCollection's. Almost all class...
christophe_Torp98 asked August 2nd 19 at 13:11
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