JSON-RPC server based on fastapi



JSON-RPC server based on fastapi:



Autogenerated OpenAPI and Swagger (thanks to fastapi) for JSON-RPC!!!


pip install fastapi-jsonrpc


Read FastAPI documentation and see usage examples bellow

Simple usage example

pip install uvicorn


import fastapi_jsonrpc as jsonrpc
from pydantic import BaseModel
from fastapi import Body

app = jsonrpc.API()

api_v1 = jsonrpc.Entrypoint('/api/v1/jsonrpc')

class MyError(jsonrpc.BaseError):
    CODE = 5000
    MESSAGE = 'My error'

    class DataModel(BaseModel):
        details: str

def echo(
    data: str = Body(..., example='123'),
) -> str:
    if data == 'error':
        raise MyError(data={'details': 'error'})
        return data


if __name__ == '__main__':
    import uvicorn
    uvicorn.run('example1:app', port=5000, debug=True, access_log=False)

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FastAPI dependencies usage example

pip install uvicorn


import logging
from contextlib import asynccontextmanager

from pydantic import BaseModel, Field
import fastapi_jsonrpc as jsonrpc
from fastapi import Body, Header, Depends

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# database models

class User:
    def __init__(self, name):
        self.name = name

    def __eq__(self, other):
        if not isinstance(other, User):
            return False
        return self.name == other.name

class Account:
    def __init__(self, account_id, owner, amount, currency):
        self.account_id = account_id
        self.owner = owner
        self.amount = amount
        self.currency = currency

    def owned_by(self, user: User):
        return self.owner == user

# fake database

users = {
    '1': User('user1'),
    '2': User('user2'),

accounts = {
    '1.1': Account('1.1', users['1'], 100, 'USD'),
    '1.2': Account('1.2', users['1'], 200, 'EUR'),
    '2.1': Account('2.1', users['2'], 300, 'USD'),

def get_user_by_token(auth_token) -> User:
    return users[auth_token]

def get_account_by_id(account_id) -> Account:
    return accounts[account_id]

# schemas

class Balance(BaseModel):
    """Account balance"""
    amount: int = Field(..., example=100)
    currency: str = Field(..., example='USD')

# errors

class AuthError(jsonrpc.BaseError):
    CODE = 7000
    MESSAGE = 'Auth error'

class AccountNotFound(jsonrpc.BaseError):
    CODE = 6000
    MESSAGE = 'Account not found'

class NotEnoughMoney(jsonrpc.BaseError):
    CODE = 6001
    MESSAGE = 'Not enough money'

    class DataModel(BaseModel):
        balance: Balance

# dependencies

def get_auth_user(
    # this will become the header-parameter of json-rpc method that uses this dependency
    auth_token: str = Header(
) -> User:
    if not auth_token:
        raise AuthError

        return get_user_by_token(auth_token)
    except KeyError:
        raise AuthError

def get_account(
    # this will become the parameter of the json-rpc method that uses this dependency
    account_id: str = Body(..., example='1.1'),
    user: User = Depends(get_auth_user),
) -> Account:
        account = get_account_by_id(account_id)
    except KeyError:
        raise AccountNotFound

    if not account.owned_by(user):
        raise AccountNotFound

    return account

# JSON-RPC middlewares

async def logging_middleware(ctx: jsonrpc.JsonRpcContext):
    logger.info('Request: %r', ctx.raw_request)
        logger.info('Response: %r', ctx.raw_response)

# JSON-RPC entrypoint

common_errors = [AccountNotFound, AuthError]

api_v1 = jsonrpc.Entrypoint(
    # Swagger shows for entrypoint common parameters gathered by dependencies and common_dependencies:
    #    - json-rpc-parameter 'account_id'
    #    - header parameter 'user-auth-token'
    # this dependencies called once for whole json-rpc batch request
    # this dependencies called separately for every json-rpc request in batch request

# JSON-RPC methods of this entrypoint

# this json-rpc method has one json-rpc-parameter 'account_id' and one header parameter 'user-auth-token'
def get_balance(
    account: Account = Depends(get_account),
) -> Balance:
    return Balance(

# this json-rpc method has two json-rpc-parameters 'account_id', 'amount' and one header parameter 'user-auth-token'
def withdraw(
    account: Account = Depends(get_account),
    amount: int = Body(..., gt=0, example=10),
) -> Balance:
    if account.amount - amount < 0:
        raise NotEnoughMoney(data={'balance': get_balance(account)})
    account.amount -= amount
    return get_balance(account)


app = jsonrpc.API()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    import uvicorn
    uvicorn.run('example2:app', port=5000, debug=True, access_log=False)

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  • Install poetry


  • Install dephell

    pip install dephell
  • Install dependencies

    poetry update
  • Regenerate README.rst

    rst_include include -q README.src.rst README.rst
  • Change dependencies

    Edit pyproject.toml

    poetry update
    dephell deps convert
  • Bump version

    poetry version patch
    dephell deps convert
  • Publish to pypi

    poetry publish --build
  • В swagger в Example Value выставляется неверное значение версии jsonrpc

    В swagger в Example Value выставляется неверное значение версии jsonrpc

    В swagger в примере запросе поле "jsonrpc" выставляется равным 2, как число. Необходимо, чтобы выставлялось "2.0", как строка.

    image image

    Есть предположение что, если тут значение example='"2.0"', то тогда swagger автоматом не преобразовывал бы это значение в численное.

    Версия библиотеки fastapi-jsonrpc==2.0.2, pydantic==1.7.3

    opened by DianaArapova 6
  • Allow using custom request class

    Allow using custom request class


    My team and I came across a use case where we needed to allow some extra fields in the first level of the Json-RPC payload request.

    So I added an option to use a custom JsonRpcRequest class, inheriting from the initial fastapi-jsonrpc's JsonRpcRequest class.

    The usage is the following:

    import fastapi_jsonrpc as jsonrpc
    from fastapi.middleware.cors import CORSMiddleware
    from fastapi import Body
    from fastapi_jsonrpc import JsonRpcRequest
    app = jsonrpc.API()
    app.add_middleware(CORSMiddleware, allow_origins=["*"])
    class CustomJsonRpcRequest(JsonRpcRequest):
        extravalue: str
    api_v1 = jsonrpc.Entrypoint("/api", request_class=CustomJsonRpcRequest)
    def echo(
        data: str = Body(..., example="123"),
    ) -> dict:
        return {"from": "echo", "data": data}

    This example allows receiving this payload:

      id: 0,
      jsonrpc: "2.0",
      method: "echo",
      params: {data: "testdata"},
      extravalue: "test"

    I hope you'll find this feature useful 👍.

    opened by Smlep 4
  • Logging access

    Logging access

    Because client makes post on only one route it's hard to tell what is request

    Maybe it's not about this library, but it would be really useful to have this feature out of the box.

    opened by denisSurkov 3
  • Loosen version requirements on FastApi

    Loosen version requirements on FastApi

    This lib is (most likely) needlessly restricted to 0.55.x rather than 0.55+ and this gets rid of that restriction making it compatible with 0.56, 57, 58 etc

    This PR closes #9

    May I add this is blocking adoption for anyone not using specifically version 0.55 of fastapi on poetry (and potentially more) as there is no simple way to override version solving issues. For now I have vendored it and await for a version bump.

    Thanks for the lib!

    opened by arlyon 3
  • Possible to have a function with json return type or no return type at all act as a route?

    Possible to have a function with json return type or no return type at all act as a route?

    So I want to use you jsonrpc implementation for its numerous benefits, but when I try to combine it with some functions that return JSON strings I cannot seem to get the response configuration right. When I run it with json return type I get an error, when I try to use a class implementing BaseModel and containing the json element, then it runs the server but responses error the server out. If you want to see the code, its basically:

    from pydantic import json
    def consistency(past_root:str) -> json:

    which I would be fine removing the json return type, but the value it responds with to the client should absolutely be this json string. I feel that I am missing something, being a beginner at fastapi and your library as well. The code in question can be found here.

    opened by csajedi 2
  • fix(openapi): no more conflicts in openapi components which leads to missing models in openapi.json or openapi generation error in rare cases

    fix(openapi): no more conflicts in openapi components which leads to missing models in openapi.json or openapi generation error in rare cases

    pydantic.schema.get_long_model_name use qualname to solve conflicts, if we do not respect this value get_model_name_map can replace some models due same qualname and this is root of problem

    opened by spumer 2
  • License


    Is this project Open Source? If you don't add a license, it's not Open Source even if the code is public. By default, everything is copyrighted (all right reserved) even if not explicitly written. That's why there are licenses that circumvent that.

    opened by jcubic 2
  • Refactored clone_dependant

    Refactored clone_dependant

    Old version: In case if Dependant model will change you have to add new lines to function New version: Everything will be copied automatically

    Fixing #4

    opened by denisSurkov 1
  • Add log_handled_exceptions_resp option

    Add log_handled_exceptions_resp option

    Hey 👋

    We have a use case in which it would be nice to easily be able to log all response handled exceptions, which are errors inheriting from BaseError.

    So I implemented an option for this.

    opened by Smlep 1
  • Add bind_entrypoints option to reproduce FastApi's router feature

    Add bind_entrypoints option to reproduce FastApi's router feature

    closes #18

    Fastapi offers a router functionality detailed here. It can be really useful to split the methods into many files.

    This PR adds an option to bind_entrypoint so that multiple Entrypoint with the same path can be merged.

    Here is an example of how I would use this:

    # main.py
    from items import items_router
    from products import products_router
    app = jsonrpc.API()
    app.bind_entrypoint(products_router, add_to_existing_path=True)
    # items.py
    import fastapi_jsonrpc as jsonrpc
    items_router = jsonrpc.Entrypoint("/api")
    def list_items() -> dict:
        return {"from": "list_items"}
    # products.py
    import fastapi_jsonrpc as jsonrpc
    products_router = jsonrpc.Entrypoint("/api")
    def list_products() -> dict:
        return {"from": "list_products"}

    With this example, both list_items and list_products methods can be accessed from /api.

    I have also added some tests for this feature.

    opened by Smlep 0
  • tests: Support fastapi 0.64.0

    tests: Support fastapi 0.64.0

    closes #25

    This fixes the issues related to the updates of openapi doc generation in fastapi 0.64.0.

    This allows us to bump fastapi to 0.66.0

    opened by Smlep 0
  • Support Fastapi 0.64: missing data examples in openapi schema

    Support Fastapi 0.64: missing data examples in openapi schema

    openapi tests failed after fastapi 0.64 released: https://github.com/tiangolo/fastapi/releases/tag/0.64.0

    bug help wanted 
    opened by spumer 0
  • Allow using routers to split the code

    Allow using routers to split the code


    Fastapi offers a router functionality detailed here. It can be really useful to split the methods into many files.

    It would be nice to be able to do the same things with the JSONRPC methods. Currently, since Entrypoint inherits from fastapi's APIRouter, trying to bind another Entrypoint with the same path won't allow access to the methods from the second Entrypoint.

    There should be a way to bind 2 Entrypoint with the same path to one app, allowing both of their methods to be considered.

    Really great library btw, good work!

    opened by Smlep 3
  • Websocket support

    Websocket support

    Nice library! I was wondering if there are any plans to also support websockets (which is a nice extra fastapi provides), like these libraries do?:

    https://jsonrpcclient.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ https://github.com/codemation/easyrpc

    opened by pjotterplotter 1
  • Missing description of Params

    Missing description of Params

    Add docs for Params usage

    opened by denisSurkov 0
  • clone_dependant() fakes cloning

    clone_dependant() fakes cloning

    The problem: clone_dependant() seems to copy the dependant, but it's not. When you try to append something to cloned dependant's fields you edit the original fields too.

    cloned_dependant = clone_dependant(original_dependant)
    original_dependant.body_params.append("some value that should be in copied")
    assert cloned_dependant.body_params == ["some path"]  # fails
    opened by denisSurkov 0
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