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    Martin Chang
    @marty1885
    Ah yes. I should fix that typo :P
    Chung
    @chungwong
    Thanks Martin. Let me try it out
    wait a second. I just realised I copied a template/file from Drogon's source code into my project, and then make some changes to my CMakeLists.txt. Isn't it the job of the generator Drogon has been using for generating the project template drogon_ctl create project your_project_name
    Martin Chang
    @marty1885
    You can customize the template as much as you wish.
    And we don't want to force users to use our own testing framework. Choosing testing frameworks is a touchy subject.
    Chung
    @chungwong
    of course not. However, what about
    drogon_ctl create project your_project_name --include_drogon_test
    Martin Chang
    @marty1885
    Good idea! You should open an issue and we could discuss in detail there
    Chung
    @chungwong
    Alababdiy
    @Alababdiy
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    My application not load controller
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    The messenger_receiver controller not registered on app when i request /view got 404 not found
    João Fernandes
    @0rangeFox
    Hey @Alababdiy, are you loading these controllers on CMakeLists?
    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    does newHttpViewResponse() take only the name of .csp file or is .html also fine?
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    must be .csp, but it's content can be anything including HTML docs
    Martin Chang
    @marty1885
    There's also CSP syntax highlighting support for VSCode: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=marty1885.drogon-csp-lanuage
    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    Thanks for the extension. didn't know about it
    Rafael Bugajewski
    @rbugajewski
    yeah, thanks, I also didn’t know about it
    Rafael Bugajewski
    @rbugajewski
    @Aayush-2492 I’m throwing Ember.js into the mix :) https://emberjs.com/
    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    @rbugajewski thanks but already started with vue :)
    Rafael Bugajewski
    @rbugajewski
    Good luck! Vue is probably the better choice in the generic case :)
    @0rangeFox What you talked about is a Smoke Test, but what @chungwong wants are Unit Tests. Both are tests, yes, but slightly different ones. They complement each other.
    1 reply
    Alababdiy
    @Alababdiy
    Hi .. i'm newbie
    after i add :-
    auto db2 = app().getFastDbClient();
    get this error
    Assertion failed: (iter != dbFastClientsMap_.end()), function getFastDbClient, file /Users/abdo/Workshop/vcpkg/buildtrees/drogon/src/v1.7.1-c852679de5.clean/lib/src/DbClientManager.h, line 42.
    config.json:-
    "db_clients": [
    {
    //name: Name of the client,'default' by default
    "name":"default",
    //rdbms: Server type, postgresql,mysql or sqlite3, "postgresql" by default
    "rdbms": "postgresql",
    //filename: Sqlite3 db file name
    //"filename":"",
    //host: Server address,localhost by default
    "host": "ec2-52-212-157-46.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com",
    //port: Server port, 5432 by default
    "port": 5432,
    //dbname: Database name
    "dbname": "XXXXXX",
    //user: 'postgres' by default
    "user": "XXXXXX",
    //passwd: '' by default
    "passwd": "XXXXXX",
    //is_fast: false by default, if it is true, the client is faster but user can't call
    //any synchronous interface of it.
    "is_fast": true,
    //client_encoding: The character set used by the client. it is empty string by default which
    //means use the default character set.
    //"client_encoding": "",
    //number_of_connections: 1 by default, if the 'is_fast' is true, the number is the number of
    //connections per IO thread, otherwise it is the total number of all connections.
    "number_of_connections": 5,
    //timeout: -1.0 by default, in seconds, the timeout for executing a SQL query.
    //zero or negative value means no timeout.
    "timeout": 5
    }
    ....
    João Fernandes
    @0rangeFox
    Hey guys, could someone tell me if this is the only way to do it or is there a better way?
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    By the way, the variable "_dbClient" is of type: IOThreadStorage<DbClientPtr>
    João Fernandes
    @0rangeFox
    I think I was not very specific to my issue, what I really wanted to know, is regarding the variable "_dbClient", when passing in the "Captures" of the lambdas expressions.
    Rafael Bugajewski
    @rbugajewski
    It’s really hard to say something, because the context is missing.
    João Fernandes
    @0rangeFox
    Yes I get it but I personally also read that and got confused and I can't simplify it any more than that, what I basically meant, if you look there is a "capture" with the following parameter, "_dbClient = *_dbClient" in the last lambda, and I wonder if there is any way to just send "_dbClient" as the first lambda?
    praveenpillay
    @praveenpillay
    For a front end desktop application heavy on real time chart updates from drogon server, what would you guys recommend? Flutter, React Native, Vue or something else? Thank you!
    1 reply
    An Tao
    @an-tao

    Yes I get it but I personally also read that and got confused and I can't simplify it any more than that, what I basically meant, if you look there is a "capture" with the following parameter, "_dbClient = *_dbClient" in the last lambda, and I wonder if there is any way to just send "_dbClient" as the first lambda?

    Why not just capture this pointer instead of _dbClient

    João Fernandes
    @0rangeFox
    Because I need to fetch the object that is inside of the IOThreadStorage. Or am I forgetting something?
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    This kind of callback nesting can be perfectly solved by coroutine
    Alababdiy
    @Alababdiy
    how to get drogon:orm:Row columns ?
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    use index or iterator
    or name
    Alababdiy
    @Alababdiy
    inline json row_to_json(const Row &row){
    json r ;
        for (short i = 0; i< row.size();i++)
        {
            cout << "Key" << row.operator[](i).as<string>();
            cout << "Value" << row.operator[](i).as<string>();
            r.emplace(row.operator[](i).as<string>(),row.operator[](i).as<string>());
        }
        return r;
    }

    use index or iterator

    i can't detect columns name

    An Tao
    @an-tao
    why not use row[i]?
    you could use row[i].name() to get the column name
    Alababdiy
    @Alababdiy

    thanks An Tao

    why not use row[i]?

    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    Something strange is happening. If I register a controller from main.cc it works fine but if a define a controller in the controller folder and go to that path it says 404 not found.
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    did you re-configure your project with cmake after adding the controller?
    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    Do i need to? I created the controller by drogon_ctl command.
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    yes, you need. drogon_ctl just create the files.
    Aayush-2492
    @Aayush-2492
    Oh
    What line do I need to add to the CMake file then?
    An Tao
    @an-tao
    You don't need add new lines, just run cmake ..