Scala integration


SBT Plugin is fully integrated with the SBT build system through an SBT plugin. See SBT Plugin.

Writing Resources in Scala resource classes may be written in Scala, for example:

 * A sample scala resource.
@RestLiCollection(name="sampleScala", namespace = "com.example.restli")
class SampleScalaResource extends CollectionResourceTemplate[java.lang.Long, Sample] with PlayRequest {

   * A sample scala get.
  override def get(key: java.lang.Long): Sample = {
    val message = "hello world"

    new Sample()
      .setMessage(s"You got this from a Scala Resource: ${message}!")


Scaladoc is supported using a plugin. To enable the plugin in Gradle, modify your build.gradle files, adding a dependency on restli-tools-scala and depending on it the module that contains your resource Scala classes. Find the latest version of restli-tools-scala on Maven Central.

project.ext.externalDependency = [
  // ...
  'scalaLibrary_2_12': 'org.scala-lang:scala-library:2.12.7',
  'restliToolsScala_2_12' : 'com.linkedin.sbt-restli:restli-tools-scala_2.12:0.3.9'
apply plugin: 'pegasus'
apply plugin: 'scala'

ext.apiProject = ...
dependencies {
  // ...
  compile externalDependency.scalaLibrary_2_12
  compile externalDependency.restliToolsScala_2_12