Collection of request-response protocols.
RequestResponsesBehaviour struct defined in this module provides support for zero or
more so-called “request-response” protocols.
A request-response protocol works in the following way:
For every emitted request, a new substream is open and the protocol is negotiated. If the remote supports the protocol, the size of the request is sent as a LEB128 number, followed with the request itself. The remote then sends the size of the response as a LEB128 number, followed with the response.
Requests have a certain time limit before they time out. This time includes the time it takes to send/receive the request and response.
If provided, a “requests processing” channel is used to handle incoming requests.
- The configuration for a
- A single request received by a peer on a request-response protocol.
- Response for an incoming request to be send by a request protocol handler.
- Configuration for a single request-response protocol.
- The ID of an inbound or outbound request.
- Implementation of
NetworkBehaviourthat provides support for request-response protocols.
- Event generated by the
- When sending a request, what to do on a disconnected recipient.
- Possible failures occurring in the context of receiving an inbound request and sending a response.
- Possible failures occurring in the context of sending an outbound request and receiving the response.
- Error when registering a protocol.
- Error in a request.
- Error when processing a request sent by a remote.