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An API (basic and REST) for the SystemPerformance (pka pButtons) utility

sys-perf-restapi

This is a REST API application for wrapping the SystemPerformance (pka pButtons) utility, built with ObjectScript in InterSystems IRIS. It also has OPEN API spec, can be developed with Docker and VSCode, can ve deployed as ZPM module.

Prerequisites

Make sure you have git and Docker desktop installed.

Installation with ZPM

zpm:USER>install sys-perf-restapi

Installation for development

Clone/git pull the repo into any local directory.

How to Work With it

This template creates /pbuttons REST web-application on IRIS which implements api calls to the SystemPerformance (pka pButtons) utility.

A simple partial UI is also provided as a sample of what can be done using the REST API.

You can browse to the UI with the following link: http://:/pButtonsUI/index.csp

For example: http://localhost:52773/pButtonsUI/index.csp

Testing with UnitTest

If using Dockerfile, the container will also be setup with the relevant UnitTest folder and global pointing to it.

zn "%sys"
do ##class(zpButtons.Test.BasicAPITest).RunBasicTests()
do ##class(zpButtons.Test.BasicAPITest).RunRESTTests()

[Note running the "Basic" Tests will require user intervention (approving changing a folder location)]

How to start coding

This repository is ready to code, change and expand in VSCode with ObjectScript plugin. Install VSCode and ObjectScript plugin and open the folder in VSCode.

The script in Installer.cls will import everything you place under /src/cls into IRIS.

A Post on the Developer Community

See this post for more info (screenshots) and discussion.

What's inside the repo

Dockerfile

The simplest dockerfile to start IRIS and load ObjectScript from /src/cls folder Use the related docker-compose.yml to easily setup additional parametes like port number and where you map keys and host folders.

Dockerfile-zpm

Dockerfile-zpm builds for you a container which contains ZPM package manager client so you are able to install packages from ZPM in this container

.vscode/settings.json

Settings file to let you immedietly code in VSCode with VSCode ObjectScript plugin)

.vscode/launch.json

Config file if you want to debug with VSCode ObjectScript

src/ code files

/cls/zpButtons/Basic/api.cls
The basic API wrapping the ^SystemPerformance routine
/cls/zpButtons/REST/spec.cls
A json Swagger spec of the REST API
/cls/zpButtons/REST/impl.cls
The implementation calling into the Basic.api methods
/cls/zpButtons/Test
BasicAPITest and RestAPITest - UnitTest classes for testing various scenarios (creating profiles, running, etc.)
/inc/zpButtonsInc.inc
An include macro definition to support differences between CACHE/Ensemble and InterSystems IRIS.
/swagger
The swagger json file (for editing with relevant plug-in, found easier than the spec class directly)
/pButtonsAppCSP
A folder with the web app related code.
ZPM installation
zpm "install sys-perf-restapi"
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CachéEnsembleHealth ConnectHealthShareInterSystems IRISInterSystems IRIS for Health
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Version
1.0.5
Last updated
2020-05-17
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