Class: GraphQL::InputObjectType

Inherits:
BaseType
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb

Overview

InputObjectTypes are key-value inputs for fields.

Input objects have arguments which are identical to Field arguments. They map names to types and support default values. Their input types can be any input types, including InputObjectTypes.

In a resolve function, you can access the values by making nested lookups on args.

Examples:

An input type with name and number

PlayerInput = GraphQL::InputObjectType.define do
  name("Player")
  argument :name, !types.String
  argument :number, !types.Int
end

Accessing input values in a resolve function

resolve ->(obj, args, ctx) {
  args[:player][:name]    # => "Tony Gwynn"
  args[:player][:number]  # => 19
  args[:player].to_h      # { "name" => "Tony Gwynn", "number" => 19 }
  # ...
}

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Attributes inherited from BaseType

#description, #name

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from BaseType

#==, #coerce_input, #connection_type, #define_connection, #define_edge, #edge_type, #get_field, resolve_related_type, #resolve_type, #to_list_type, #to_non_null_type, #to_s, #unwrap, #valid_input?, #validate_input

Methods included from Define::InstanceDefinable

#define, #metadata, #redefine

Methods included from Define::NonNullWithBang

#!

Constructor Details

#initializeInputObjectType


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 44

def initialize
  @arguments = {}
end

Instance Attribute Details

#argumentsHash<String => GraphQL::Argument> Also known as: input_fields


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 40

def arguments
  @arguments
end

#mutationGraphQL::Relay::Mutation?


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 37

def mutation
  @mutation
end

Instance Method Details

#coerce_non_null_input(value) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 75

def coerce_non_null_input(value)
  input_values = {}

  arguments.each do |input_key, input_field_defn|
    field_value = value[input_key]

    if value.key?(input_key)
      coerced_value = input_field_defn.type.coerce_input(field_value)
    else
      coerced_value = input_field_defn.default_value
    end

    input_values[input_key] = coerced_value if coerced_value || value.key?(input_key)
  end

  GraphQL::Query::Arguments.new(input_values, argument_definitions: arguments)
end

#coerce_result(value) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 93

def coerce_result(value)
  # Allow the application to provide values as :symbols, and convert them to the strings
  value = value.reduce({}) { |memo, (k, v)| memo[k.to_s] = v; memo }

  result = {}

  arguments.each do |input_key, input_field_defn|
    input_value = value[input_key]
    result[input_key] = input_value.nil? ? nil : input_field_defn.type.coerce_result(input_value) if value.key?(input_key)
  end

  result
end

#kindObject


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 48

def kind
  GraphQL::TypeKinds::INPUT_OBJECT
end

#validate_non_null_input(input, warden) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/graphql/input_object_type.rb', line 52

def validate_non_null_input(input, warden)
  result = GraphQL::Query::InputValidationResult.new

  visible_arguments_map = warden.input_fields(self).reduce({}) { |m, f| m[f.name] = f; m}

  # Items in the input that are unexpected
  input.each do |name, value|
    if visible_arguments_map[name].nil?
      result.add_problem("Field is not defined on #{self.name}", [name])
    end
  end

  # Items in the input that are expected, but have invalid values
  invalid_fields = visible_arguments_map.map do |name, field|
    field_result = field.type.validate_input(input[name], warden)
    if !field_result.valid?
      result.merge_result!(name, field_result)
    end
  end

  result
end