The configuration of the GraphQL service is in the file
In this file you can modify the following properties:
cors.allowed-origins: This service supports Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS). The section Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) (settings of published REST web services) explains what CORS is. By default, the value of the property
*. This means that the Service allows CORS requests received from any domain. To limit the domains from which CORS requests are allowed, change the value of this property: replace * with the list of allowed URLs (separate each URL by a comma). For example, http://foo.com, https://foo.bar.com.
true, user is allowed to sort data, specify complex filters, group results and calculate aggregation functions in the GraphQL queries. If false the user is only allowed to use GraphQL standard features. Default is
graphql.max.query.complexity: GraphQL Service prevents the execution of the query if its complexity is greater than the value specified by this property. The complexity is calculated using this formula:
1 + childComplexity. Default is
graphql.max.query.depth: GraphQL Service prevents the execution of the query if its depth is greater than the value specified by this property. Default is
graphql.endpoint: Default is
query.default-page-size: Number of results returned per query. If
-1all results are retrieved. Default is
vdp.datasource.driverClassName: The full package name of the Denodo driver class. Its value is
com.denodo.vdp.jdbc.Driverand should not be modified.
vdp.datasource.jdbcUrl: URI that the GraphQL service uses to connect to Virtual DataPort. The default value is
If you change the port of Virtual DataPort (by default, 9999), modify this property accordingly.
vdp.admin.allowed: set to
falseto prevent the user account admin from accessing the GraphQL service. The service only takes this property into account when it uses HTTP Basic authentication. This property does not affect other administrator accounts, only the user account admin.
For enabling HTTPS in the Denodo GraphQL Service you have to add Spring Boot
server.ssl.* properties to the configuration file. For example:
# custom port instead of the default 8085 server.port=8443 # path to the key store that holds the SSL certificate server.ssl.key-store=path_to_keystore.jks # password used to generate the certificate server.ssl.key-store-password=secret # password to access the key in the key store server.ssl.key-password=another-secret
The GraphQL website
recommends that any production GraphQL service enable GZip compression and
encourage their clients to send the header
Depending on your scenario, compressing the JSON response can increase the
performance or not. If it turns out that it is an effective strategy, you can
enable GZip in the GraphQL Service by adding the Spring Boot
server.compression.* properties to the configuration file. For example:
# enable response compression server.compression.enabled=true # comma-separated list of mime types that should be compressed server.compression.mime-types=application/json, application/graphql