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NAME

HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService - service for testing HeliosX::Job::JSON jobs

SYNOPSIS

 # create a Helios job using HeliosX::Job::JSON
 use HeliosX::Job::JSON;
 my $json = qq/
     {
      "jobtype" : "HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService", 
      "args"    : { 
                   "arg1" : "value1", 
                   "arg2" : "value2"
                  }
     }
 /;
 my $job = HeliosX::Job::JSON->new(argstring => $json);
 my $jobid = $job->submit();
 
 --OR--
 
 # create a Helios job using the heliosx_job_json_submit command
 heliosx_job_json_submit --jobtype=HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService --args='{"args":{"arg1":"value1","arg2":"value2"}}'
 
 # then start a HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService daemon 
 # the service will log a hello message 
 # and the individual job args to the configured log(s)
 helios.pl HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService

DESCRIPTION

HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService is a Helios service that can be used for testing HeliosX::Job::JSON jobs.

HELIOS METHODS

JobClass()

The JobClass method tells the Helios system to use HeliosX::Job::JSON instead of the default Helios::Job when working with HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService.

run()

The run() method of HeliosX::Job::JSON::TestService is a bare-bones method. It logs a "Hello World" message to the Helios logging system, and then logs all of the job arguments in the job it was given.

The remarkable thing about this run() method is that it is wholly unmarkable; even though the job argument format and parser has changed, the run() method is no different than one using the default job class and XML-format arguments.

AUTHOR

Andrew Johnson, <lajandy at cpan dot org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2014 by Logical Helion, LLC.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0. See the included LICENSE file for details.

WARRANTY

This software comes with no warranty of any kind.