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* Copyright 2016 gRPC authors.
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// Package tap defines the function handles which are executed on the transport
// layer of gRPC-Go and related information. Everything here is EXPERIMENTAL.
package tap
import (
// Info defines the relevant information needed by the handles.
type Info struct {
// FullMethodName is the string of grpc method (in the format of
// /package.service/method).
FullMethodName string
// TODO: More to be added.
// ServerInHandle defines the function which runs before a new stream is created
// on the server side. If it returns a non-nil error, the stream will not be
// created and a RST_STREAM will be sent back to the client with REFUSED_STREAM.
// The client will receive an RPC error "code = Unavailable, desc = stream
// terminated by RST_STREAM with error code: REFUSED_STREAM".
// It's intended to be used in situations where you don't want to waste the
// resources to accept the new stream (e.g. rate-limiting). And the content of
// the error will be ignored and won't be sent back to the client. For other
// general usages, please use interceptors.
// Note that it is executed in the per-connection I/O goroutine(s) instead of
// per-RPC goroutine. Therefore, users should NOT have any
// blocking/time-consuming work in this handle. Otherwise all the RPCs would
// slow down. Also, for the same reason, this handle won't be called
// concurrently by gRPC.
type ServerInHandle func(ctx context.Context, info *Info) (context.Context, error)