1. It displays all services when I want to display only the services which have enabled routes. I use the Fluid API for routing and it is extremely important for us to have configurable routes. I would like also to declare from the route attribute, with a special field, if a service will be displayed or not , in the metadata page.
2. I would like to add Summary and Notes to our Routes, but the generic Routes.Add<T>, of the Fluid Api, does not expose the Summary and Notes fields.
3. I tried to use the Swagger.API, adding the Plugins.Add(new SwaggerFeature()), but without success. I cannot understand why. We work with self-hosted services. Does it work only with web sites ? In metadata page (localhost:port), the link “Swagger UI” is displayed but it cannot find the handler for request.
In any case I appreciate a lot the Metadata page, instead of Swagger, but the issues in 1 and 2, create me problems any way.
You can hide your services by restricting them, see: https://github.com/ServiceStack/ServiceStack/wiki/Restricting-Services
Note: they will appear visible, but greyed out in DebugMode, but will be hidden in release mode.
2.) You can use some of the same generic attributes as Swagger uses: https://github.com/ServiceStack/ServiceStack/wiki/Swagger-API#wiki-swagger-attributes
3) Swagger should work, use the link to Swagger UI on the metadata page (available in recent releases). If not file an issue, pasting screenshots + HTTP Headers causing the issue.
I just solved the Swagger issue (3), copying the swagger-ui folder to the bin and changing the discoveryUrl in index.html.
Issue 2. I don’t want to use static routes attributes in services, as I work with Fluent API configurable routes. Is it possible the generic Route.Add<t> to accept also the Summary and Notes as parameters ?
Issue 1: Can I hide service metadata (Visibility), without to restrict access ?
In any case is there a Fluid API for these also ? If they are not configurable, I cannot use these attributes. thx
Actually yeah, whenever you’re self-hosting you need to set the build Action on all file assets you need to serve to “Copy if newer” so they’re copied over to the /bin directory where the Console SelfHost app can find them.