spring-graphql ResponseField 源码

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spring-graphql ResponseField 代码


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package org.springframework.graphql;

import java.util.List;

import org.springframework.graphql.client.ClientGraphQlResponse;
import org.springframework.lang.Nullable;

 * Representation for a field in a GraphQL response, with options to examine
 * the field value and errors.
 * @author Rossen Stoyanchev
 * @since 1.0.0
public interface ResponseField {

	 * Whether the field has a value.
	 * <ul>
	 * <li>{@code "true"} means the field is not {@code null}, and therefore valid,
	 * although it may be partial with nested field {@link #getErrors() errors}.
	 * <li>{@code "false"} means the field is {@code null} or doesn't exist; use
	 * {@link #getError()} to check if the field is {@code null} due to an error.
	 * </ul>
	boolean hasValue();

	 * Return a String representation of the field path as described in
	 * {@link ClientGraphQlResponse#field(String)}.
	String getPath();

	 * Return a parsed representation of the field path, in the format described
	 * for error paths in Section 7.1.2, "Response Format" of the GraphQL spec.
	 * @see ResponseError#getParsedPath()
	List<Object> getParsedPath();

	 * Return the raw field value, e.g. Map, List, or a scalar type.
	 * @param <T> the expected value type to cast to
	 * @return the value
	<T> T getValue();

	 * Return the error that provides the reason for a failed field.
	 * <p>When the field <strong>does not</strong> {@link #hasValue() have} a
	 * value, this method looks for the first field error. According to the
	 * GraphQL spec, section 6.4.4, "Handling Field Errors", there should be
	 * only one error per field. The returned field error may be:
	 * <ul>
	 * <li>on the field
	 * <li>on a parent field, when the field is not present
	 * <li>on a nested field, when a {@code non-null} nested field error bubbles up
	 * </ul>
	 * <p>As a fallback, this method also checks "request errors" in case the
	 * entire response is not {@link GraphQlResponse#isValid() valid}. If there
	 * are no errors at all, {@code null} is returned, and it implies the field
	 * value was set to {@code null} by its {@code DataFetcher}.
	 * <p>When the field <strong>does</strong> have a value, it is considered
	 * valid and this method returns {@code null}, although the field may be
	 * partial and contain {@link #getErrors() errors} on nested fields.
	 * @return return the error for this field, or {@code null} if there is no
	 * error with the same path as the field path
	ResponseError getError();

	 * Return all field errors including errors above, at, and below this field.
	 * <p>In practice, when the field <strong>does have</strong> a value, it is
	 * considered valid but possibly partial with nested field errors. When the
	 * field <strong>does not have</strong> a value, there should be only one
	 * field error, and in that case it is better to use {@link #getError()}.
	List<ResponseError> getErrors();



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