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irc:1437516000 [2017/05/27 13:44] (current)
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 +[13:18:04] <​temporalfox>​ hi everyone :-)
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 +[14:01:16] <​Shiv>​ Hi
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 +[14:01:53] <​pmlopes>​ hi
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 +[14:01:54] <​Shiv>​ I want to implement simple authentication with mongodb in
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 +[14:02:06] <​Shiv>​ is there any tutorial / reference
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 +[14:02:13] <​Shiv>​ it will be very useful
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 +[14:07:34] <​pmlopes>​ hi Shiv, mongo auth just landed yesterday no examples have been added yet
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 +[14:07:53] <​pmlopes>​ if you're really interested feel free to create one ;)
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 +[14:09:32] <​Shiv>​ :) Sure thanks
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 +[14:09:45] <​Shiv>​ any reference to apis ?
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 +[14:11:09] <​Shiv>​ do we have any apache shiro realm for mongodb ?
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 +[14:54:03] <​pmlopes>​ Shiv: no there is no shiro for mongo
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 +[14:56:42] <​Shiv>​ Thank you
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 +[15:42:56] <​htaunay_>​ Hey everyone, quick question: does Vert.x support duplicate parameters in a query string?
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 +[15:42:56] <​htaunay_>​ Currently the path "/​resource?​a=1&​b=2&​a=3"​ would return a MultiMap similar to {"​a":​ 3, "​b":​ 2}, always keeping the last value of the repeated parameter
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 +[15:42:57] <​htaunay_>​ Specs: I am working with the Java web API, and obtaining the query params MultiMap from the RoutingContext.response object
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 +[16:17:09] <​Sticky>​ I am surprised its a valid query, but searching http://​tools.ietf.org/​html/​rfc3986 I cant see anything that says its not valid
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 +[16:19:10] <​Sticky>​ actualy seems there is very little required structure to the query section
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 +[16:33:30] <​htaunay_>​ Just figured it out. The issue was that despite the debugger only showing one value per key, inside the MultiMap there is a private linked-list structure. Also, when I looped through the MultiMap, I wasn't aware that it automagically made available the other values other than the first in the linked list through repeated keys (inside a map! thats a first for
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 +[16:33:30] <​htaunay_>​ me!), so I ended up overwriting the values.
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 +[16:34:03] <​htaunay_>​ Thanks anyway for the attention
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 +[16:34:59] <​Sticky>​ yeah, MultiMaps do imply a one to many relationship
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 +[21:59:49] <​hairyhenderson>​ hey folks! new to vertx here. Is there any way to get vertx to auto-restart a Verticle that failed to start?