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NAME

GraphQL::Directive - GraphQL directive

SYNOPSIS

  use GraphQL::Directive;
  my $directive = GraphQL::Directive->new(
    name => 'Object',
    interfaces => [ $interfaceType ],
    fields => { field_name => { type => $scalar_type, resolve => sub { '' } }},
  );

ATTRIBUTES

Has name, description from GraphQL::Role::Named.

locations

Array-ref of locations where the directive can occur. Must be one of these strings:

  QUERY
  MUTATION
  SUBSCRIPTION
  FIELD
  FRAGMENT_DEFINITION
  FRAGMENT_SPREAD
  INLINE_FRAGMENT
  SCHEMA
  SCALAR
  OBJECT
  FIELD_DEFINITION
  ARGUMENT_DEFINITION
  INTERFACE
  UNION
  ENUM
  ENUM_VALUE
  INPUT_OBJECT
  INPUT_FIELD_DEFINITION

args

Hash-ref of arguments. See "FieldMapInput" in GraphQL::Type::Library.

METHODS

from_ast

See "from_ast" in GraphQL::Type.

PACKAGE VARIABLES

$GraphQL::Directive::DEPRECATED

$GraphQL::Directive::INCLUDE

$GraphQL::Directive::SKIP

@GraphQL::Directive::SPECIFIED_DIRECTIVES

Not exported. Contains the three GraphQL-specified directives: @skip, @include, @deprecated, each of which are available with the variables above. Use if you want to have these plus your own directives in your schema:

  my $schema = GraphQL::Schema->new(
    # ...
    directives => [ @GraphQL::Directive::SPECIFIED_DIRECTIVES, $my_directive ],
  );