akka.http.javadsl.server.directives

SchemeDirectives

abstract class SchemeDirectives extends RangeDirectives

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SchemeDirectives.scala
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  1. new SchemeDirectives()

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  1. final def !=(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  2. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  3. final def ##(): Int

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  4. def +(other: String): String

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to StringAdd performed by method any2stringadd in scala.Predef.
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    StringAdd
  5. def ->[B](y: B): (SchemeDirectives, B)

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to ArrowAssoc[SchemeDirectives] performed by method any2ArrowAssoc in scala.Predef.
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  6. final def ==(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  7. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  8. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0

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  9. def clone(): AnyRef

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    @throws( ... )
  10. def complete(response: HttpResponse): Route

    A route that completes the request with a static text

    A route that completes the request with a static text

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    BasicDirectives
  11. def complete(contentType: ContentType, text: String): Route

    A route that completes the request with a static text

    A route that completes the request with a static text

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    BasicDirectives
  12. def complete(text: String): Route

    A route that completes the request with a static text

    A route that completes the request with a static text

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    BasicDirectives
  13. def completeAs[T](marshaller: Marshaller[T], value: T): Route

    A route that completes the request using the given marshaller and value.

    A route that completes the request using the given marshaller and value.

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    BasicDirectives
  14. def completeWithStatus(code: StatusCode): Route

    A route that completes the request with a status code.

    A route that completes the request with a status code.

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    BasicDirectives
  15. def conditional(entityTag: EntityTag, lastModified: DateTime, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232

    In particular the algorithm defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232#section-6 is implemented by this directive.

    Note: if you want to combine this directive with withRangeSupport(...) you need to put it on the *outside* of the withRangeSupport(...) directive, i.e. withRangeSupport(...) must be on a deeper level in your route structure in order to function correctly.

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    CacheConditionDirectives
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    @varargs()
  16. def conditional(lastModified: DateTime, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232

    In particular the algorithm defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232#section-6 is implemented by this directive.

    Note: if you want to combine this directive with withRangeSupport(...) you need to put it on the *outside* of the withRangeSupport(...) directive, i.e. withRangeSupport(...) must be on a deeper level in your route structure in order to function correctly.

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    CacheConditionDirectives
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    @varargs()
  17. def conditional(entityTag: EntityTag, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.

    Wraps its inner route with support for Conditional Requests as defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232

    In particular the algorithm defined by http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7232#section-6 is implemented by this directive.

    Note: if you want to combine this directive with withRangeSupport(...) you need to put it on the *outside* of the withRangeSupport(...) directive, i.e. withRangeSupport(...) must be on a deeper level in your route structure in order to function correctly.

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    CacheConditionDirectives
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    @varargs()
  18. def decodeRequest(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Decompresses the incoming request if it is gzip or deflate compressed.

    Decompresses the incoming request if it is gzip or deflate compressed. Uncompressed requests are passed through untouched. If the request encoded with another encoding the request is rejected with an UnsupportedRequestEncodingRejection.

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    CodingDirectives
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    @varargs()
  19. def decodeRequestWith(decoders: Coder*): Directive

    Decodes the incoming request if it is encoded with one of the given encoders.

    Decodes the incoming request if it is encoded with one of the given encoders. If the request encoding doesn't match one of the given encoders the request is rejected with an UnsupportedRequestEncodingRejection. If no decoders are given the default encoders (Gzip, Deflate, NoCoding) are used.

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    CodingDirectives
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    @varargs()
  20. def decodeRequestWith(decoder: Coder, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Decodes the incoming request using the given Decoder.

    Decodes the incoming request using the given Decoder. If the request encoding doesn't match the request is rejected with an UnsupportedRequestEncodingRejection.

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    @varargs()
  21. def defaultClassLoader: ClassLoader

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    FileAndResourceDirectives
  22. def delete(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a DELETE request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a DELETE request, rejects the request otherwise

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    @varargs()
  23. def encodeResponse(coders: Coder*): Directive

    A directive that Wraps its inner routes with encoding support.

    A directive that Wraps its inner routes with encoding support. The response will be encoded using one of the given coders with the precedence given by the order of the coders in this call.

    In any case, a potential akka.http.javadsl.model.headers.AcceptEncoding header from the client will be respected (or otherwise, if no matching .

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    @varargs()
  24. def encodeResponse(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Wraps the inner routes with encoding support.

    Wraps the inner routes with encoding support. The response will be encoded using one of the predefined coders, Gzip, Deflate, or NoCoding depending on a potential akka.http.javadsl.model.headers.AcceptEncoding header from the client.

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    @varargs()
  25. def ensuring(cond: (SchemeDirectives) ⇒ Boolean, msg: ⇒ Any): SchemeDirectives

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to Ensuring[SchemeDirectives] performed by method any2Ensuring in scala.Predef.
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    Ensuring
  26. def ensuring(cond: (SchemeDirectives) ⇒ Boolean): SchemeDirectives

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to Ensuring[SchemeDirectives] performed by method any2Ensuring in scala.Predef.
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    Ensuring
  27. def ensuring(cond: Boolean, msg: ⇒ Any): SchemeDirectives

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to Ensuring[SchemeDirectives] performed by method any2Ensuring in scala.Predef.
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    Ensuring
  28. def ensuring(cond: Boolean): SchemeDirectives

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to Ensuring[SchemeDirectives] performed by method any2Ensuring in scala.Predef.
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  29. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  30. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean

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  31. def extractAndComplete[T](marshaller: Marshaller[T], extraction: RequestVal[T]): Route

    A route that extracts a value and completes the request with it.

    A route that extracts a value and completes the request with it.

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    BasicDirectives
  32. def extractHere(extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Directive

    A directive that makes sure that all the standalone extractions have been executed and validated.

    A directive that makes sure that all the standalone extractions have been executed and validated.

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    BasicDirectives
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    @varargs()
  33. def finalize(): Unit

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  34. def formatted(fmtstr: String): String

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    This member is added by an implicit conversion from SchemeDirectives to StringFormat performed by method any2stringfmt in scala.Predef.
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    @inline()
  35. def get(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a GET request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a GET request, rejects the request otherwise

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    @varargs()
  36. final def getClass(): Class[_]

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  37. def getFromBrowseableDirectory(directoryPath: String): FileAndResourceRoute

    Same as getFromDirectory but generates a listing of files if the path is a directory.

    Same as getFromDirectory but generates a listing of files if the path is a directory.

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  38. def getFromBrowseableDirectory(directory: File): FileAndResourceRoute

    Same as getFromDirectory but generates a listing of files if the path is a directory.

    Same as getFromDirectory but generates a listing of files if the path is a directory.

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  39. def getFromDirectory(directoryPath: String): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content from the file identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path of the request.

    Completes GET requests with the content from the file identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path of the request.

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  40. def getFromDirectory(directory: File): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content from the file identified by the given directory and the unmatched path of the request.

    Completes GET requests with the content from the file identified by the given directory and the unmatched path of the request.

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  41. def getFromFile(path: String): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content of the file at the path.

    Completes GET requests with the content of the file at the path.

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    FileAndResourceDirectives
  42. def getFromFile(file: File): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given file.

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given file.

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    FileAndResourceDirectives
  43. def getFromResource(path: String, classLoader: ClassLoader): Route

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given resource loaded from the given ClassLoader.

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given resource loaded from the given ClassLoader. If the resource cannot be found or read the Route rejects the request.

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  44. def getFromResource(path: String): Route

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given resource loaded from the default ClassLoader.

    Completes GET requests with the content of the given resource loaded from the default ClassLoader. If the resource cannot be found or read the Route rejects the request.

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  45. def getFromResourceDirectory(directoryPath: String, classLoader: ClassLoader): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content from the resource identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path from the given ClassLoader.

    Completes GET requests with the content from the resource identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path from the given ClassLoader.

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    FileAndResourceDirectives
  46. def getFromResourceDirectory(directoryPath: String): FileAndResourceRoute

    Completes GET requests with the content from the resource identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path.

    Completes GET requests with the content from the resource identified by the given directoryPath and the unmatched path.

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    FileAndResourceDirectives
  47. def handleExceptions(handler: ExceptionHandler, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles exceptions in the inner routes using the specified handler.

    Handles exceptions in the inner routes using the specified handler.

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    @varargs()
  48. def handleReflectively(clazz: Class[_], instance: AnyRef, methodName: String, extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Route

    Handles the route by calling the method specified by clazz, instance, and methodName.

    Handles the route by calling the method specified by clazz, instance, and methodName. Additionally, the value of all extractions will be passed to the function.

    For extraction types Extraction[T1], Extraction[T2], ... the shape of the method must match this pattern:

    public static RouteResult methodName(RequestContext ctx, T1 t1, T2 t2, ...)

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    BasicDirectives
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    @varargs()
  49. def handleReflectively(clazz: Class[_], methodName: String, extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Route

    Handles the route by reflectively calling the static method specified by clazz, and methodName.

    Handles the route by reflectively calling the static method specified by clazz, and methodName. Additionally, the value of all extractions will be passed to the function.

    For extraction types Extraction[T1], Extraction[T2], ... the shape of the method must match this pattern:

    public static RouteResult methodName(RequestContext ctx, T1 t1, T2 t2, ...)

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    @varargs()
  50. def handleReflectively(instance: AnyRef, methodName: String, extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Route

    Handles the route by reflectively calling the instance method specified by instance, and methodName.

    Handles the route by reflectively calling the instance method specified by instance, and methodName. Additionally, the value of all extractions will be passed to the function.

    For extraction types Extraction[T1], Extraction[T2], ... the shape of the method must match this pattern:

    public static RouteResult methodName(RequestContext ctx, T1 t1, T2 t2, ...)

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    @varargs()
  51. def handleWith(handler: Function[RequestContext, RouteResult], extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    If the handler is accessing request values these must be passed to this method in order for extraction to be performed.

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    BasicDirectivesBase
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    @varargs()
  52. def handleWith1[T1](v1: RequestVal[T1], handler: Function2[RequestContext, T1, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler1 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function2 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  53. def handleWith10[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], handler: Function11[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler10 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function11 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  54. def handleWith11[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], handler: Function12[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler11 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function12 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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    BasicDirectivesBase
  55. def handleWith12[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], handler: Function13[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler12 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function13 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  56. def handleWith13[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], handler: Function14[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler13 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function14 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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    BasicDirectivesBase
  57. def handleWith14[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], handler: Function15[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler14 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function15 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  58. def handleWith15[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], handler: Function16[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler15 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function16 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  59. def handleWith16[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], handler: Function17[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler16 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function17 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  60. def handleWith17[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], handler: Function18[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler17 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function18 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  61. def handleWith18[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], handler: Function19[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler18 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function19 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  62. def handleWith19[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], handler: Function20[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler19 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function20 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  63. def handleWith2[T1, T2](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], handler: Function3[RequestContext, T1, T2, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler2 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function3 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  64. def handleWith20[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], v20: RequestVal[T20], handler: Function21[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler20 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function21 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  65. def handleWith21[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], v20: RequestVal[T20], v21: RequestVal[T21], handler: Function22[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler21 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function22 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  66. def handleWith3[T1, T2, T3](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], handler: Function4[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler3 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function4 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  67. def handleWith4[T1, T2, T3, T4](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], handler: Function5[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler4 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function5 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  68. def handleWith5[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], handler: Function6[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler5 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function6 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  69. def handleWith6[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], handler: Function7[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler6 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function7 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  70. def handleWith7[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], handler: Function8[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler7 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function8 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  71. def handleWith8[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], handler: Function9[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler8 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function9 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  72. def handleWith9[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], handler: Function10[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, RouteResult]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function.

    Handles the route using the given function. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler9 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function10 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  73. def handleWithAsync(handler: Function[RequestContext, Future[RouteResult]], extractions: RequestVal[_]*): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    If the handler is accessing request values these must be passed to this method in order for extraction to be performed.

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  74. def handleWithAsync1[T1](v1: RequestVal[T1], handler: Function2[RequestContext, T1, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler1 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function2 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  75. def handleWithAsync10[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], handler: Function11[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler10 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function11 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  76. def handleWithAsync11[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], handler: Function12[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler11 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function12 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  77. def handleWithAsync12[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], handler: Function13[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler12 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function13 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  78. def handleWithAsync13[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], handler: Function14[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler13 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function14 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  79. def handleWithAsync14[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], handler: Function15[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler14 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function15 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  80. def handleWithAsync15[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], handler: Function16[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler15 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function16 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  81. def handleWithAsync16[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], handler: Function17[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler16 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function17 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  82. def handleWithAsync17[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], handler: Function18[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler17 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function18 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  83. def handleWithAsync18[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], handler: Function19[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler18 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function19 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  84. def handleWithAsync19[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], handler: Function20[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler19 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function20 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  85. def handleWithAsync2[T1, T2](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], handler: Function3[RequestContext, T1, T2, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler2 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function3 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  86. def handleWithAsync20[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], v20: RequestVal[T20], handler: Function21[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler20 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function21 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  87. def handleWithAsync21[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], v10: RequestVal[T10], v11: RequestVal[T11], v12: RequestVal[T12], v13: RequestVal[T13], v14: RequestVal[T14], v15: RequestVal[T15], v16: RequestVal[T16], v17: RequestVal[T17], v18: RequestVal[T18], v19: RequestVal[T19], v20: RequestVal[T20], v21: RequestVal[T21], handler: Function22[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler21 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function22 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  88. def handleWithAsync3[T1, T2, T3](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], handler: Function4[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler3 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function4 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  89. def handleWithAsync4[T1, T2, T3, T4](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], handler: Function5[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler4 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function5 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  90. def handleWithAsync5[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], handler: Function6[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler5 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function6 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  91. def handleWithAsync6[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], handler: Function7[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler6 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function7 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  92. def handleWithAsync7[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], handler: Function8[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler7 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function8 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  93. def handleWithAsync8[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], handler: Function9[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler8 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function9 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  94. def handleWithAsync9[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9](v1: RequestVal[T1], v2: RequestVal[T2], v3: RequestVal[T3], v4: RequestVal[T4], v5: RequestVal[T5], v6: RequestVal[T6], v7: RequestVal[T7], v8: RequestVal[T8], v9: RequestVal[T9], handler: Function10[RequestContext, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, Future[RouteResult]]): Route

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes.

    Handles the route using the given function, completing the route once the returned scala.concurrent.Future completes. The function MUST NOT return null.

    For convenience, using Java 8 lambda expressions as the handler function is recommended. For Java 6 or 7 users the convenience akka.http.javadsl.server.Handler9 class (which itself extends akka.japi.function.Function10 should prove to be useful, as it matches naming-wise with the number of handled request values.

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  95. def hashCode(): Int

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  96. def head(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a HEAD request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a HEAD request, rejects the request otherwise

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  97. def host(predicate: Function[String, Boolean], innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Rejects all requests for whose host name the given predicate function returns false.

    Rejects all requests for whose host name the given predicate function returns false.

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  98. def host(hostNames: Iterable[String], innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Rejects all requests with a host name different from the given ones.

    Rejects all requests with a host name different from the given ones.

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  99. def host(hostName: String, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Rejects all requests with a host name different from the given one.

    Rejects all requests with a host name different from the given one.

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  100. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean

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  101. def method(method: HttpMethod, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a request with the given method, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a request with the given method, rejects the request otherwise

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  102. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean

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  103. final def notify(): Unit

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  104. final def notifyAll(): Unit

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  105. def options(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a OPTIONS request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a OPTIONS request, rejects the request otherwise

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  106. def patch(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a PATCH request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a PATCH request, rejects the request otherwise

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  107. def path(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Applies the given PathMatchers to the remaining unmatched path after consuming a leading slash.

    Applies the given PathMatchers to the remaining unmatched path after consuming a leading slash. The matcher has to match the remaining path completely. If matched the value extracted by the PathMatchers is extracted on the directive level.

    Each of Each of the arguments s must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  108. def pathEnd: Directive

    Rejects the request if the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext is non-empty, or said differently: only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path has been matched completely.

    Rejects the request if the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext is non-empty, or said differently: only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path has been matched completely.

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  109. def pathEndOrSingleSlash: Directive

    Only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path has been matched completely or only consists of exactly one remaining slash.

    Only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path has been matched completely or only consists of exactly one remaining slash.

    Note that trailing slash and non-trailing slash URLs are not the same, although they often serve the same content. It is recommended to serve only one URL version and make the other redirect to it using redirectToTrailingSlashIfMissing or redirectToNoTrailingSlashIfPresent directive.

    For example:

    def route = {
    // redirect '/users/' to '/users', '/users/:userId/' to '/users/:userId'
    redirectToNoTrailingSlashIfPresent(Found) {
      pathPrefix("users") {
        pathEnd {
          // user list ...
        } ~
        path(UUID) { userId =>
          // user profile ...
        }
      }
    }
    }

    For further information, refer to: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.de/2010/04/to-slash-or-not-to-slash.html

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  110. def pathPrefix(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Applies the given PathMatchers to a prefix of the remaining unmatched path after consuming a leading slash.

    Applies the given PathMatchers to a prefix of the remaining unmatched path after consuming a leading slash. The matcher has to match a prefix of the remaining path. If matched the value extracted by the PathMatcher is extracted on the directive level.

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  111. def pathPrefixTest(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a prefix matched by the given PathMatcher.

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a prefix matched by the given PathMatcher. In analogy to the pathPrefix directive a leading slash is implied.

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  112. def pathSingleSlash: Directive

    Only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path consists of exactly one remaining slash.

    Only passes on the request to its inner route if the request path consists of exactly one remaining slash.

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  113. def pathSuffix(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Applies the given PathMatchers to a suffix of the remaining unmatchedPath of the RequestContext.

    Applies the given PathMatchers to a suffix of the remaining unmatchedPath of the RequestContext. If matched the value extracted by the PathMatchers is extracted and the matched parts of the path are consumed. Note that, for efficiency reasons, the given PathMatchers must match the desired suffix in reversed-segment order, i.e. pathSuffix("baz" / "bar") would match /foo/bar/baz!

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  114. def pathSuffixTest(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a suffix matched by the given PathMatcher.

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a suffix matched by the given PathMatcher. However, as opposed to the pathSuffix directive the matched path is not actually "consumed". Note that, for efficiency reasons, the given PathMatcher must match the desired suffix in reversed-segment order, i.e. pathSuffixTest("baz" / "bar") would match /foo/bar/baz!

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  115. def post(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a POST request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a POST request, rejects the request otherwise

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  116. def put(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a PUT request, rejects the request otherwise

    Handles the inner routes if the incoming request is a PUT request, rejects the request otherwise

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  117. def rawPathPrefix(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Applies the given matcher directly to a prefix of the unmatched path of the RequestContext (i.

    Applies the given matcher directly to a prefix of the unmatched path of the RequestContext (i.e. without implicitly consuming a leading slash). The matcher has to match a prefix of the remaining path. If matched the value extracted by the PathMatcher is extracted on the directive level.

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  118. def rawPathPrefixTest(matchers: AnyRef*): Directive

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a prefix matched by the given PathMatcher.

    Checks whether the unmatchedPath of the RequestContext has a prefix matched by the given PathMatcher. However, as opposed to the pathPrefix directive the matched path is not actually "consumed".

    Each of the arguments must either be an instance of PathMatcher or a constant String that will be automatically converted using PathMatcher.segment.

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  119. def redirect(uri: Uri, redirectionType: StatusCode): Route

    Completes the request with redirection response of the given type to the given URI.

    Completes the request with redirection response of the given type to the given URI.

    The redirectionType must be a StatusCode for which isRedirection returns true.

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  120. def redirectToNoTrailingSlashIfPresent(redirectionStatusCode: StatusCode, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    If the request path ends with a slash, redirect to the same uri without trailing slash in the path.

    If the request path ends with a slash, redirect to the same uri without trailing slash in the path.

    Caveat: pathSingleSlash directive will not match inside of this directive.

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  121. def redirectToTrailingSlashIfMissing(redirectionStatusCode: StatusCode, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    If the request path doesn't end with a slash, redirect to the same uri with trailing slash in the path.

    If the request path doesn't end with a slash, redirect to the same uri with trailing slash in the path.

    Caveat: path without trailing slash and pathEnd directives will not match inside of this directive.

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  122. def route(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Tries the given route alternatives in sequence until the first one matches.

    Tries the given route alternatives in sequence until the first one matches.

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  123. def scheme(scheme: String, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Rejects all requests whose Uri scheme does not match the given one.

    Rejects all requests whose Uri scheme does not match the given one.

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  124. def setCookie(cookie: HttpCookie, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Adds a Set-Cookie header with the given cookies to all responses of its inner route.

    Adds a Set-Cookie header with the given cookies to all responses of its inner route.

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  125. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0

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  126. def toString(): String

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  127. def validate[T1, T2](value1: RequestVal[T1], value2: RequestVal[T2], check: Function2[T1, T2, Boolean], errorMsg: String, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition before running its inner Route.

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition before running its inner Route. If the condition fails the route is rejected with a spray.routing.ValidationRejection.

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  128. def validate[T](value: RequestVal[T], check: Function[T, Boolean], errorMsg: String, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition before running its inner Route.

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition before running its inner Route. If the condition fails the route is rejected with a spray.routing.ValidationRejection.

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  129. def validate(check: Function[RequestContext, Boolean], errorMsg: String, innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition on the request context before running its inner Route.

    Returns a Route which checks the given condition on the request context before running its inner Route. If the condition fails the route is rejected with a spray.routing.ValidationRejection.

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  130. final def wait(): Unit

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  131. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit

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  132. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit

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  133. def withRangeSupport(innerRoute: Route, moreInnerRoutes: Route*): Route

    Answers GET requests with an Accept-Ranges: bytes header and converts HttpResponses coming back from its inner route into partial responses if the initial request contained a valid Range request header.

    Answers GET requests with an Accept-Ranges: bytes header and converts HttpResponses coming back from its inner route into partial responses if the initial request contained a valid Range request header. The requested byte-ranges may be coalesced. This directive is transparent to non-GET requests Rejects requests with unsatisfiable ranges UnsatisfiableRangeRejection. Rejects requests with too many expected ranges.

    Note: if you want to combine this directive with conditional(...) you need to put it on the *inside* of the conditional(...) directive, i.e. conditional(...) must be on a higher level in your route structure in order to function correctly.

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    See also

    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7233

  134. def [B](y: B): (SchemeDirectives, B)

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