Server RPC hosting (WAMPv1)
As you’ve seen in The getting started tutorial, WampSharp allows you to host RPC services and consume them from a WAMP client.
Declaring RPC services
In order to declare a RPC service, just place a [WampRpcMethod] attribute above a method you want to expose. You can place the attribute either on the implemented method itself, or on a method belonging to an interface the RPC service implements.
The WampRpcMethod receives a ProcUri in its constructor - that is used as an identifier for the WAMP method (used by a WAMP CALL request).
The ProcUri can be relative to base uri or absolute.
Hosting RPC services
Hosting RPC services is done using the DefaultWampHost’s Host method. The method receives an instance of the service to host and a baseUri that methods ProcUri will be relative to.
Note: the same instance of the service is used for all RPC clients.
WampSharp supports both synchronous and asynchronous RPC services.
In order to declare an asynchronous service, just declare a method that returns a Task<>. When the task is complete, its result will be sent to the client.
WampSharp allows to send CALLERROR to clients using the exception mechanism, just throw an exception (or set a Task’s exception in asynchronous version) and a CALLERROR will be sent.
In order to specify more details about the call error, throw a WampRpcCallException which allows you to specify more details, such as errorUri, error description an error details.