[][src]Struct rocket::Config

pub struct Config {
    pub environment: Environment,
    pub address: String,
    pub port: u16,
    pub workers: u16,
    pub keep_alive: Option<u32>,
    pub log_level: LoggingLevel,
    pub limits: Limits,
    pub extras: HashMap<String, Value>,
    // some fields omitted
}

Structure for Rocket application configuration.

Usage

A Config structure is typically built using Config::build() and builder methods on the returned ConfigBuilder structure:

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .address("127.0.0.1")
    .port(700)
    .workers(12)
    .unwrap();

General Configuration

For more information about Rocket's configuration, see the config module documentation.

Fields

environment: Environment

The environment that this configuration corresponds to.

address: String

The address to serve on.

port: u16

The port to serve on.

workers: u16

The number of workers to run concurrently.

keep_alive: Option<u32>

Keep-alive timeout in seconds or None if disabled.

log_level: LoggingLevel

How much information to log.

limits: Limits

Streaming read size limits.

extras: HashMap<String, Value>

Extra parameters that aren't part of Rocket's core config.

Methods

impl Config[src]

pub fn build(env: Environment) -> ConfigBuilder[src]

Returns a builder for Config structure where the default parameters are set to those of env.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .address("127.0.0.1")
    .port(700)
    .workers(12)
    .unwrap();

pub fn new(env: Environment) -> Config[src]

Returns a Config with the parameters for the environment env.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut my_config = Config::new(Environment::Production);
my_config.set_port(1001);

pub fn active() -> Result<Config>[src]

Returns a Config with the default parameters of the active environment as determined by the ROCKET_ENV environment variable.

If ROCKET_ENV is not set, the returned Config uses development environment parameters when the application was compiled in debug mode and production environment parameters when the application was compiled in release mode.

This is equivalent to Config::new(Environment::active()?).

Errors

Returns a BadEnv error if ROCKET_ENV is set and contains an invalid or unknown environment name.

Example

use rocket::config::Config;

let mut my_config = Config::active().unwrap();
my_config.set_port(1001);

pub fn development() -> Config[src]

Returns a Config with the default parameters of the development environment.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut my_config = Config::development();
my_config.set_port(1001);

pub fn staging() -> Config[src]

Returns a Config with the default parameters of the staging environment.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut my_config = Config::staging();
my_config.set_port(1001);

pub fn production() -> Config[src]

Returns a Config with the default parameters of the production environment.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut my_config = Config::production();
my_config.set_port(1001);

pub fn set_root<P: AsRef<Path>>(&mut self, path: P)[src]

Sets the root directory of this configuration to root.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
config.set_root("/var/my_app");

assert_eq!(config.root().unwrap(), Path::new("/var/my_app"));
assert_eq!(config.root().unwrap(), Path::new("C:\\var\\my_app"));

pub fn set_address<A: Into<String>>(&mut self, address: A) -> Result<()>[src]

Sets the address of self to address.

Errors

If address is not a valid IP address or hostname, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
assert!(config.set_address("localhost").is_ok());
assert!(config.set_address("::").is_ok());
assert!(config.set_address("?").is_err());

pub fn set_port(&mut self, port: u16)[src]

Sets the port of self to port.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
config.set_port(1024);
assert_eq!(config.port, 1024);

pub fn set_workers(&mut self, workers: u16)[src]

Sets the number of workers in self to workers.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
config.set_workers(64);
assert_eq!(config.workers, 64);

pub fn set_keep_alive(&mut self, timeout: u32)[src]

Sets the keep-alive timeout to timeout seconds. If timeout is 0, keep-alive is disabled.

Example

use rocket::config::Config;

let mut config = Config::development();

// Set keep-alive timeout to 10 seconds.
config.set_keep_alive(10);
assert_eq!(config.keep_alive, Some(10));

// Disable keep-alive.
config.set_keep_alive(0);
assert_eq!(config.keep_alive, None);

pub fn set_secret_key<K: Into<String>>(&mut self, key: K) -> Result<()>[src]

Sets the secret_key in self to key which must be a 256-bit base64 encoded string.

Errors

If key is not a valid 256-bit base64 encoded string, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
let key = "8Xui8SN4mI+7egV/9dlfYYLGQJeEx4+DwmSQLwDVXJg=";
assert!(config.set_secret_key(key).is_ok());
assert!(config.set_secret_key("hello? anyone there?").is_err());

pub fn set_log_level(&mut self, log_level: LoggingLevel)[src]

Sets the logging level for self to log_level.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, LoggingLevel, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
config.set_log_level(LoggingLevel::Critical);
assert_eq!(config.log_level, LoggingLevel::Critical);

pub fn set_limits(&mut self, limits: Limits)[src]

Sets the receive limits in self to limits.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Limits};

let mut config = Config::development();
config.set_limits(Limits::default().limit("json", 4 * (1 << 20)));

pub fn set_tls(&mut self, certs_path: &str, key_path: &str) -> Result<()>[src]

Sets the TLS configuration in self.

Certificates are read from certs_path. The certificate chain must be in X.509 PEM format. The private key is read from key_path. The private key must be an RSA key in either PKCS#1 or PKCS#8 PEM format.

Errors

If reading either the certificates or private key fails, an error of variant Io is returned. If either the certificates or private key files are malformed or cannot be parsed, an error of BadType is returned.

Example

use rocket::config::Config;

let mut config = Config::development();
config.set_tls("/etc/ssl/my_certs.pem", "/etc/ssl/priv.key")?;

pub fn set_extras(&mut self, extras: HashMap<String, Value>)[src]

Sets the extras for self to be the key/value pairs in extras. encoded string.

Example

use std::collections::HashMap;
use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);

// Create the `extras` map.
let mut extras = HashMap::new();
extras.insert("another_port".to_string(), 1044.into());
extras.insert("templates".to_string(), "my_dir".into());

config.set_extras(extras);

pub fn extras<'a>(
    &'a self
) -> impl Iterator<Item = (&'a str, &'a Value)>
[src]

Returns an iterator over the names and values of all of the extras in self.

Example

use std::collections::HashMap;
use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
assert_eq!(config.extras().count(), 0);

// Add a couple of extras to the config.
let mut extras = HashMap::new();
extras.insert("another_port".to_string(), 1044.into());
extras.insert("templates".to_string(), "my_dir".into());
config.set_extras(extras);

assert_eq!(config.extras().count(), 2);

pub fn tls_enabled(&self) -> bool[src]

Returns true if TLS is enabled.

Always returns false if the tls compilation feature is not enabled.

pub fn get_extra<'a>(&'a self, name: &str) -> Result<&'a Value>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a raw value.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment, Value};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("name", "value")
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_extra("name"), Ok(&Value::String("value".into())));
assert!(config.get_extra("other").is_err());

pub fn get_str<'a>(&'a self, name: &str) -> Result<&'a str>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a borrowed string.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a string, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_extra", "extra_value")
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_str("my_extra"), Ok("extra_value"));

pub fn get_string(&self, name: &str) -> Result<String>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as an owned string.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a string, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_extra", "extra_value")
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_string("my_extra"), Ok("extra_value".to_string()));

pub fn get_int(&self, name: &str) -> Result<i64>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as an integer.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not an integer, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_extra", 1025)
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_int("my_extra"), Ok(1025));

pub fn get_bool(&self, name: &str) -> Result<bool>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a boolean.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a boolean, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_extra", true)
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_bool("my_extra"), Ok(true));

pub fn get_float(&self, name: &str) -> Result<f64>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a float.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a float, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("pi", 3.14159)
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_float("pi"), Ok(3.14159));

pub fn get_slice(&self, name: &str) -> Result<&Array>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a slice of an array.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not an array, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("numbers", vec![1, 2, 3])
    .unwrap();

assert!(config.get_slice("numbers").is_ok());

pub fn get_table(&self, name: &str) -> Result<&Table>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a table.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a table, returns a BadType error.

Example

use std::collections::BTreeMap;
use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut table = BTreeMap::new();
table.insert("my_value".to_string(), 1);

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_table", table)
    .unwrap();

assert!(config.get_table("my_table").is_ok());

pub fn get_datetime(&self, name: &str) -> Result<&Datetime>[src]

Attempts to retrieve the extra named name as a datetime value.

Errors

If an extra with name doesn't exist, returns an Err of Missing. If an extra with name does exist but is not a datetime, returns a BadType error.

Example

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment, Value, Datetime};

let date = "1979-05-27T00:32:00-07:00".parse::<Datetime>().unwrap();

let config = Config::build(Environment::Staging)
    .extra("my_date", Value::Datetime(date.clone()))
    .unwrap();

assert_eq!(config.get_datetime("my_date"), Ok(&date));

pub fn root(&self) -> Option<&Path>[src]

Returns the root path of the configuration, if one is known.

For configurations loaded from a Rocket.toml file, this will be the directory in which the file is stored. For instance, if the configuration file is at /tmp/Rocket.toml, the path /tmp is returned. For other configurations, this will be the path set via Config::set_root() or ConfigBuilder::root().

Example

use std::env::current_dir;
use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);
assert_eq!(config.root(), None);

let cwd = current_dir().expect("have cwd");
config.set_root(&cwd);
assert_eq!(config.root().unwrap(), cwd);

pub fn root_relative<P: AsRef<Path>>(&self, path: P) -> PathBuf[src]

Returns path relative to this configuration.

The path that is returned depends on whether:

  1. Whether path is absolute or relative.
  2. Whether there is a Config::root() configured.
  3. Whether there is a current directory.

If path is absolute, it is returned unaltered. Otherwise, if path is relative and there is a root configured, the root is prepended to path and the newlt concatenated path is returned. Otherwise, if there is a current directory, it is preprended to path and the newly concatenated path is returned. Finally, if all else fails, the path is simply returned.

Example

use std::path::Path;
use std::env::current_dir;

use rocket::config::{Config, Environment};

let mut config = Config::new(Environment::Staging);

let cwd = current_dir().expect("have cwd");
config.set_root(&cwd);
assert_eq!(config.root().unwrap(), cwd);

assert_eq!(config.root_relative("abc"), cwd.join("abc"));
assert_eq!(config.root_relative("/abc"), Path::new("/abc"));

Trait Implementations

impl Clone for Config[src]

fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)
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Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more

impl PartialEq<Config> for Config[src]

Doesn't consider the secret key or config path.

#[must_use]
fn ne(&self, other: &Rhs) -> bool
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This method tests for !=.

impl Debug for Config[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl Send for Config

impl Sync for Config

Blanket Implementations

impl<T, U> Into for T where
    U: From<T>, 
[src]

impl<T> ToOwned for T where
    T: Clone
[src]

type Owned = T

impl<T> From for T[src]

impl<T, U> TryFrom for T where
    U: Into<T>, 
[src]

type Error = !

🔬 This is a nightly-only experimental API. (try_from)

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

impl<T> Borrow for T where
    T: ?Sized
[src]

impl<T, U> TryInto for T where
    U: TryFrom<T>, 
[src]

type Error = <U as TryFrom<T>>::Error

🔬 This is a nightly-only experimental API. (try_from)

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

impl<T> Any for T where
    T: 'static + ?Sized
[src]

impl<T> BorrowMut for T where
    T: ?Sized
[src]

impl<T> Typeable for T where
    T: Any

fn get_type(&self) -> TypeId

Get the TypeId of this object.

impl<T> IntoCollection for T[src]

impl<T, I> AsResult for T where
    I: Input
[src]