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The PAK-Core harbors the core functionality of the PAK-framework. It enables the creation, fetching and execution of Commands. Every component within the core-module, plays a vital part in PAK. This chapter describes the functionality of the ICommandRestService interface.

1. Basics

ICommandRestService is extending the ILiteService interface, which makes it a LiteService. This service can therefore be injected by using the @LiteService annotation, by the Java-Interpreter. Otherwise, it is available in the IServiceProvider, to be used by other services/ components. It’s a low-code solution to conduct rest-calls within a command.

2. Usage

Those rest-calls can be created with the help of IEndpointClientFactory, which is an instance within ICommandRestService. IEndpointClientFactory, is a basic factory-class. It enables the user to create different instances of IEndpointClientService, by passing different parameters via its constructor.

3. Register

Don’t forget to register the implementing class of ICommandRestService to the PAK-framework. This: Guide will show you how.

Listing 1 shows how to inject and use ICommandRestService

Listing 1. Example Java Command, injecting and using ICommandRestService
* @workflowDocu Sample-command, using ICommandRestService
public class RestServiceCommand {

	@LiteService (1)
	private ICommandRestService commandRestService;

	 * @workflowDocu Store response in this map
	@Persistent(scope = FieldScope.WRITE_ONLY)
	private Map<String, Object> resultMap;

	public void run() {

		final IEndpointClientService endpointClientService = this.commandRestService
				.createEndpointClientServiceFor("myRequesterId"); (2)
1 Use of @LiteService, to inject ICommandRestService.
2 Build an instance of IEndpointClientService, by using injected rest-service.