View Source OpenApiSpex.OpenApi behaviour (open_api_spex v3.16.0)

Defines the OpenApiSpex.OpenApi.t type and the behaviour for application modules that construct an OpenApiSpex.OpenApi.t at runtime.

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Callbacks

A spec/0 callback function is required for use with the OpenApiSpex.Plug.PutApiSpec plug.

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@type t() :: %OpenApiSpex.OpenApi{
  components: OpenApiSpex.Components.t() | nil,
  extensions: %{required(String.t()) => any()} | nil,
  externalDocs: OpenApiSpex.ExternalDocumentation.t() | nil,
  info: OpenApiSpex.Info.t(),
  openapi: String.t(),
  paths: OpenApiSpex.Paths.t(),
  security: [OpenApiSpex.SecurityRequirement.t()] | nil,
  servers: [OpenApiSpex.Server.t()] | nil,
  tags: [OpenApiSpex.Tag.t()] | nil
}

OpenAPI Object

This is the root document object of the OpenAPI document.

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@callback spec() :: t()

A spec/0 callback function is required for use with the OpenApiSpex.Plug.PutApiSpec plug.

example

Example

@impl OpenApiSpex.OpenApi
def spec do
  %OpenApi{
    servers: [
      # Populate the Server info from a phoenix endpoint
      Server.from_endpoint(MyAppWeb.Endpoint)
    ],
    info: %Info{
      title: "My App",
      version: "1.0"
    },
    # populate the paths from a phoenix router
    paths: Paths.from_router(MyAppWeb.Router)
  }
  |> OpenApiSpex.resolve_schema_modules() # discover request/response schemas from path specs
end

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