How to use the jayson/promise.Client.http function in jayson

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github ShipChain / engine / src / vaults / RemoteVault.ts View on Github external
private async sendOutgoingRequestToRemote(): Promise {
        const parsedUrl = new URL(this.linkEntry.remoteUrl);
        let client: Client;

        if (parsedUrl.protocol === 'https:') {
            client = Client.https({
                host: parsedUrl.hostname,
                port: +parsedUrl.port,
        } else if (parsedUrl.protocol === 'http:') {
            client = Client.http({
                host: parsedUrl.hostname,
                port: +parsedUrl.port,
        } else {
            throw new Error(`Invalid protocol in linkEntry [${parsedUrl.protocol}]`);

        // Call RPC for remote Engine
        logger.debug(`Calling remote Engine ${this.linkEntry.remoteUrl}`);
        const resp = await client.request('vaults.linked.get_linked_data', { linkEntry: this.linkEntry });

        if (!resp.result) {
            throw new Error(
                `Remote Engine unable to load linked data [${
                    resp && resp.error && resp.error.message ? resp.error.message : resp