Hi, I traced the WSME code and found a place  where it tries to get arguments from request body based on different mimetype. So looks like WSME supports only json, xml and “application/x-www-form-urlencoded”.
So my question is: Can we fix WSME to also support “text/plain” mimetype? I think the first snippet that Nikolay provided is valid from WSME standpoint. Or if we don’t understand something in WSME philosophy then it’d nice to hear some explanations from WSME team. Will appreciate that. Another issue that previously came across is that if we use WSME then we can’t pass arbitrary set of parameters in a url query string, as I understand they should always correspond to WSME resource structure. So, in fact, we can’t have any dynamic parameters. In our particular use case it’s very inconvenient. Hoping you could also provide some info about that: how it can be achieved or if we can just fix it. If you need help with contribution let us know pls. Thanks  https://github.com/stackforge/wsme/blob/master/wsme/rest/args.py#L215 <https://github.com/stackforge/wsme/blob/master/wsme/rest/args.py#L215> Renat Akhmerov @ Mirantis Inc. > On 25 Nov 2014, at 23:06, Nikolay Makhotkin <nmakhot...@mirantis.com> wrote: > > Hi, folks! > > I try to create a controller which should receive one http content-type in > request but it should be another content-type in response. I tried to use > pecan and wsme decorators for controller's methods. > > I just want to receive text on server and send json-encoded string from > server (request has text/plain and response - application/json) > > I tried: > > class MyResource(resource.Resource): > id = wtypes.text > name = wtypes.text > > > class MyResourcesController(rest.RestController): > @wsexpose(MyResource, body=wtypes.text) > def put(self, text): > return MyResource(id='1', name=text) > > > According to WSME documentation > (http://wsme.readthedocs.org/en/latest/integrate.html#module-wsmeext.pecan > <http://wsme.readthedocs.org/en/latest/integrate.html#module-wsmeext.pecan>) > signature wsexpose method as following: > > wsexpose(return_type, *arg_types, **options) > > Ok, I just set MyResource as return_type and body to text type. But it didn't > work as expected: > http://paste.openstack.org/show/138268/ > <http://paste.openstack.org/show/138268/> > > I looked at pecan documentation at > https://media.readthedocs.org/pdf/pecan/latest/pecan.pdf > <https://media.readthedocs.org/pdf/pecan/latest/pecan.pdf> but I didn't find > anything that can fit to my case. > > Also, I tried: > > class MyResource(resource.Resource): > id = wtypes.text > name = wtypes.text > > > class MyResourcesController(rest.RestController): > @expose('json') > @expose(content_type="text/plain") > def put(self): > text = pecan.request.text > return MyResource(id='1', name=text).to_dict() > > It worked just in case if request and response have the same content-type. > (application/json<->application/json, text/plain<->text/plain) > > I also tried a lot of combination of parameters but it is still not worked. > > Does anyone know what the problem is? > How it can be done using WSME and/or Pecan? > > Sorry if I misunderstand something. > -- > Best Regards, > Nikolay > _______________________________________________ > OpenStack-dev mailing list > OpenStackemail@example.com > http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev
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