File streaming using Nodejs

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Jogger
Jogger on 28 Jun 2021
Commented: Jogger on 2 Jul 2021
Goal
With Nodejs support , the file should be streamed via the body
Section -1
Accept a HTTP POST request which will contain the following JSON in its body:
{ event, entity, actor, machines, tests, options }
I am interested in the event (‘completed’) and entity (‘job’).
Section -2
Then I'II call back the HTTP domain name mentioned in the actor with the following call:
URL = actor + /api/logs/:id
Where id will be options.id that received in the previous callback.
This will give back the JSON of all the log files generated for that job.
Section -3
I can then generate the full path for any log that I want:
URL = actor + logs/:id/:path
I can then process the log and create final log.
Section -4
Once I am are ready,
I should do a HTTP post request to:
URL = actor + logs + :id + :name

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Kojiro Saito
Kojiro Saito on 29 Jun 2021
I'm not sure which parameters should you post to NodeJS, but about Section 1 and 2, it might be the following.
%% Section 1
url = 'http://localhost:3000/postTest'; % To be replaced by your actual endpoint
data = struct('data', 1); % To be replaced by your actual json data
res = webwrite(url, data);
%% Section 2
url2 = "http://localhost:3000/" + res.actor + "/api/logs/:" + res.options.id;
% To be replaced by your actual endpoint
data2 = struct('data', 2); % To be replaced by your actual json data
res2 = webwrite(url2, data2); % If it is GET request, it would be res2 = webread(url2);
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Jogger
Jogger on 2 Jul 2021
Thank you! In case I need further information please help me

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