Configuration options for Vert.x hostname resolver. T
Defines a command line argument.
Represents a file on the file-system which can be read from, or written to asynchronously.
An asynchronous map.
Most data is shuffled around inside Vert.x using buffers.
Interface defining a command-line interface (in other words a command such as 'run', 'ls'&hel
Configures the engine to require/request client authentication.C
Base class for Client options
The parser transforms a CLI (a model) into an CommandLine. T
The composite future wraps a list of futures, it is useful when several futures needs to be coordinated.
The execution context of a handler execution.
Describes the copy (and move) options.
An asynchronous counter that can be used to across the cluster to maintain a consistent count.
A received datagram packet (UDP) which contains the data and information about the sender of the data itself.
Options used to configure a datagram socket.
Delivery options are used to configure message delivery.
Options for configuring a verticle deployment.
Provides a way to asynchronously lookup information from DNS servers.
Represents the possible response codes a server may send after receiving a query.
A Vert.x event-bus is a light-weight distributed messaging system which allows different parts of your application, or…
Options to configure the event bus.
Represents properties of a file on the file system.
Contains a broad set of operations for manipulating files on the file system.
Represents properties of the file system.
Represents the result of an action that may, or may not, have occurred yet.
HTTP2 settings, the settings is initialized with the default HTTP/2 values.
An asynchronous HTTP client.
Options describing how an HttpClient will make connections.
Represents a client-side HTTP request.
Represents a client-side HTTP response.
Represents an HTTP connection.H
An HTTP/2 frame.
Represents an HTTP method
An HTTP and WebSockets server.
Represents an file upload from an HTML FORM.
Represents options used by an HttpServer instance
Represents a server-side HTTP request.
Represents a server-side HTTP response.
Represents the version of the HTTP protocol.
Configures a TCPSSLOptions to use the JDK ssl engine implementation.
Key or trust store options configuring private key and/or certificates based on Java Keystore files.
Local maps can be used to share data safely in a single Vert.x instance.
An asynchronous exclusive lock which can be obtained from any node in the cluster.
Represents a message that is received from the event bus in a handler.
An event bus consumer object representing a stream of message to an EventBus address that can be read from.
Represents a stream of message that can be written to.
Vert.x metrics base configuration, this class can be extended by provider implementations to configure those specific…
This class represents a MultiMap of String keys to a List of String values.
Represent a Mail-Exchange-Record (MX) which was resolved for a domain.
A TCP client.
Options for configuring a NetClient.
Represents a TCP server
Options for configuring a NetServer.
Represents a socket-like interface to a TCP connection on either the client or the server side.
Describes how an AsyncFile should be opened.
Configures a TCPSSLOptions to use OpenSsl.
Models command line options.
Key store options configuring a list of private key and its certificate based on Privacy-enhanced Electronic Email (PEM)…
Certificate Authority options configuring certificates based on Privacy-enhanced Electronic Email (PEM) files.
Key or trust store options configuring private key and/or certificates based on PKCS#12 files.
Proxy options for a net client or a net client.
The type of a TCP proxy server.
Represents a stream of items that can be read from.
A helper class which allows you to easily parse protocols which are delimited by a sequence of bytes, or fixed size…
Represents the type of reply failure
Options describing how an HttpClient will make connect to make a request.
A self-signed certificate helper for testing and development purposes.
Encapsulates a message being sent from Vert.x.
Represents a server side WebSocket.
Shared data allows you to share data safely between different parts of your application in a safe way.
The address of a socket
Represent a Service-Record (SRV) which was resolved for a domain.
Base interface for a stream.
A timeout stream is triggered by a timer, the handler will be call when the timer is fired, it can be once or several…
The entry point into the Vert.x Core API.
Instances of this class are used to configure Vertx instances.
Represents a client-side WebSocket.
Base WebSocket implementation.
A WebSocket frame that represents either text or binary data.
Represents the WebSocket version
An executor for executing blocking code in Vert.x .
Represents a stream of data that can be written to.
ID 13, bad key
ID 12, bad signature
ID 14, bad timestamp
ID 11, bad extension mechanism for version
ID 1, format error
HTTP CONNECT ssl proxy
The message send failed because no handlers were available to handle the message.
ID 0, no error
No client authentication is requested or required.
ID 9, not authoritative for zone
ID 4, not implemented
ID 10, name not in zone
ID 3, name error
ID 8, rrset does not exist
The message send failed because the recipient actively sent back a failure (rejected the message)
ID 5, operation refused
Accept authentication if presented by client.
Require client to present authentication, if not presented then negotiations will be declined.
Find the verticles for the specified module and return a list of verticle factories.
ID 2, server failure
SOCKS4/4a tcp proxy
SOCSK5 tcp proxy
The message send failed because no reply was received before the timeout time.
ID 6, domain name should not exist
ID 7, resource record set should not exist