Different from SimpleObject, Object must have a resolver defined for each field in its impl.

A resolver function has to be asynchronous. The first argument has to be &self, the second is an optional Context and it is followed by field arguments.

The resolver is used to get the value of the field. For example, you can query a database and return the result. The return type of the function is the type of the field. You can also return a async_graphql::Result to return an error if it occurs. The error message will then be sent as query result.

You may need access to global data in your query, for example a database connection pool. When creating your Schema, you can use SchemaBuilder::data to configure the global data, and Context::data to configure Context data. The following value_from_db function shows how to retrieve a database connection from Context.

fn main() {
extern crate async_graphql;
struct Data { pub name: String }
struct DbConn {}
impl DbConn {
  fn query_something(&self, id: i64) -> std::result::Result<Data, String> { Ok(Data {name:"".into()})}
struct DbPool {}
impl DbPool {
  fn take(&self) -> DbConn { DbConn {} }    
use async_graphql::*;

struct MyObject {
    value: i32,

impl MyObject {
    async fn value(&self) -> String {

    async fn value_from_db(
        ctx: &Context<'_>,
        #[graphql(desc = "Id of object")] id: i64
    ) -> Result<String> {
        let conn = ctx.data::<DbPool>()?.take();