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    Anas Anjaria
    @anasanjaria
    thanks @Arul-
    Csiszár Attila
    @csiszarattila

    hi
    i need little advise on annotations:

    Is it possible to annotate that i'm returning an array of models, and show model attributes on explorer under "Response Class"

    Eg:

    /** 
     * @return array (@class Users)
     */
    public function index()
    {
        return [
            new User(),
            new User(),
        ];
    }

    Thanks!

    Arul
    @Arul-
    /** 
     * @return array {@type User}
     */
    public function index()
    {
        return [
            new User(),
            new User(),
        ];
    }
    Csiszár Attila
    @csiszarattila
    Okay, thanks, it working.
    And what about showing the model attributes in the explorer, is it possible?
    Arul
    @Arul-
    which version of restler is being used? RC5 or RC6?
    Csiszár Attila
    @csiszarattila
    RC6
    Csiszár Attila
    @csiszarattila

    Okay, another problem: I cant get to show a blank request on POST/PUT in explorer

    in Restler i use:
    /**

     * @param string $name {@from body}
     */
    public function put($name)
    {    
    }

    in explorer i want to appear a blank json request under parameters:

    {
        "name" : ""
    }
    Sean Goresht
    @srsgores
    hey guys
    anyone there?
    Arul
    @Arul-
    @csiszarattila not sure I understand what you want! Could you explain a bit more?
    @srsgores even if you dont find any one when you are trying just post your question, it will be answered soon!
    Oleg Melnik
    @olegmelnik
    "debug": {
    "source": "Routes.php:431 at route stage",
    "stages": {
    "success": [
    "get"
    ],
    Arul
    @Arul-
    @olezko46 I guess you are getting 404 as Routes class could not find a route for the given url
    Matt Grosse
    @mattgrosse
    i'm getting undefined index notices here: vendor/Luracast/Restler/Routes.php on line 242
    which seems to be related to this: Luracast/Restler#416
    i'm using php 5.4
    Kit Sunde
    @kitsunde

    Looking at the live examples it doesn't seem like they are using require_once to import the APIClasses, but in my application I have to otherwise it seems like $r->addAPIClass('Foo') doesn't make that routable. How do I prevent this from happening:

    <?php
    include_once './vendor/autoload.php';
    include_once 'Foo.php';
    include_once 'Bar.php';
    include_once 'Baz.php';
    
    use Luracast\Restler\Restler;
    $r = new Restler();
    $r->addAPIClass('Foo');
    $r->addAPIClass('Bar');
    $r->addAPIClass('Baz');
    $r->handle();

    i.e. how do I stop needing to include every one of my API classes.

    Also I really wish that addAPIClass threw an exception if it can't find an APIClass. I probably spent 2 hours going through the source trying to figure out why it wasn't routing until I realized the include was missing.
    Arul
    @Arul-
    @kitsunde noted! will get back to you on the possibilities soon!
    byte.it
    @letsbyteit
    Did I get this right? Swagger 2.0 requires 'Schema'-Array for parameters located in the body? And this is currently missing in the S2-FeatureBranche, right?
    byte.it
    @letsbyteit
    Btw, I made it Swagger 2.0 compatible by adding the schema-array and change the defaultValue property to default. My code isn't really nice, but I'm going to fork the feature branch. And also, I think it's important to disable the HTML markup in the Swagger-Spec.
    Kit Sunde
    @kitsunde
    I'm using @format UploadFormat, but I can't for the life of me get it to respond with anything. I end up doing this:
      /**
       * @status 201
       * @url POST upload
       * @format UploadFormat
       * @access public
       * @throws RestException
       */
      function upload()
      {
        $media = CmsMedias::createMedia($_FILES['file']);
        header("Content-Type: application/json");
        echo json_encode(["media_id" => $media->getMediaId()]);
        exit();
      }
    While I actually want to do this:
    return ["media_id" => $media->getMediaId()];
    Kit Sunde
    @kitsunde
    Can I make Restler not eat the stack trace? I'd like to see my exceptions.
    Arul
    @Arul-
    Use your own Composer class to do that
    Jesse Weigert
    @jesseweigert
    @kitsunde I have one if you would like it.
    Jesse Weigert
    @jesseweigert
    This message was deleted
    Arul
    @Arul-
    Nice work @jesseweigert :+1:
    devnoname120
    @devnoname120

    Hello, I cannot access the command line on my server so I cannot install Composer and Restler in a conventional way. I created a local web server and I set up everything. Accessing http://localhost/HomebrewLand/public/examples/_001_helloworld/index.php/say/hello works correctly.

    Now I uploaded the project to my server, and when I write the same URL, I have the following error:

    
    Warning: Class 'Luracast\Restler\Restler' not found in /var/www/legtux.org/users/devnoname120/www/HomebrewLand/vendor/restler.php on line 6
    
    Fatal error: Class 'Luracast\Restler\Restler' not found in /var/www/legtux.org/users/devnoname120/www/HomebrewLand/public/examples/_001_helloworld/index.php on line 18

    Do you know how I could fix it?

    devnoname120
    @devnoname120

    If I modify the following line of vendor/restler.php

    if (is_readable(__DIR__ . '/autoload.php')) {

    to

    if (false && is_readable(__DIR__ . '/autoload.php')) {

    then it uses the other loader and it works. But it doesn't seem to be a proper solution (and could create issues later), so I would like to fix my issue anyway.

    byte.it
    @letsbyteit
    Anything about documentation for model-usage yet?

    I got this model-code so far:

    <?php
    
    namespace API\Models;
    
    
    use Luracast\Restler\Data\ValueObject;
    
    
    /**
     * Class Client
     *
     * A demo for model usage
     *
     * @package API\Models
     */
    class Client extends ValueObject
    {
        /**
         * @var int $id The id of the client
         */
        public $id;
    
        /**
         * @var string $surname The surname of the client
         */
        public $surname;
    
        /**
         * @var string $firstName The first name of the client
         */
        public $firstName;
    
        /**
         * @var string $emailAddress The e-mail address of the client {@type email}
         */
        public $emailAddress;
    
        /**
         * @var int $age The age of the client
         */
        public $age;
    }

    Then the API Class very simple:

    <?php
    
    namespace API\Clients;
    
    
    use API\Models\Client;
    
    
    /**
     * Class Clients
     *
     * Demonstrate the Model Usage
     *
     * @package API\Clients
     */
    class Clients
    {
        /**
         * Retrieves a client by using the Client-Model
         *
         * @param int $id
         *
         * @return Client
         */
        public function getClient($id)
        {
            $client = new Client();
            $client->id = $id;
            $client->age = 42;
            $client->surname = "Doe";
            $client->firstName = "John";
            $client->emailAddress = "john.doe@umbrella.inc";
    
            return $client;
        }
    
        /**
         * Creates client by using the Client-Model
         *
         * @param Client $client
         *
         * @return Client
         *
         * @status 201
         */
        public function postClient($client)
        {
            return $client;
        }
    
    }

    This "works", but there is no validation done on the Model-Object passed by the POST?

    byte.it
    @letsbyteit
    Screen Shot 2016-09-28 at 19.39.20.png
    You see? I passed an invalid email address and a string as ID
    There is also a related issue on github: Luracast/Restler#506
    byte.it
    @letsbyteit
    And am I understanding this correct: ValueObject is capable of creating an object (eg. Client) itself if I pass the properties or so? If I run a database query in a GET and want to return some Client-Rows, can this class ValueObject convert them into real Client-Objects to output them? Should this be done or is that more a senseless thing that increases response time?
    Chetan-citrusbug
    @Chetan-citrusbug
    i have one issue when i am sending json some time it's accept it and some time not and gives 500 error
    I also posted this to git hub. You guys can check using there using link: Luracast/Restler#586
    Ram Zero
    @ramzerof
    Hi, is there a way to have an xml tag like this? <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>