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Script to retrieve information about a specific PagerDuty schedule
#!/usr/bin/env ruby
#
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# Script to retrieve information about a specific schedule
# CLI Usage: ./get_schedule api_key schedule_id [since] [until] [time_zone]
# api_key: PagerDuty API access token
# service_id: Unique ID for the service you want to pull
# since: Start date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format
# until: End date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format
# time_zone: Time zone the data will be returned in
require 'json'
require 'date'
endpoint = "https://api.pagerduty.com/schedules/"
def curl_command_string(api_key, endpoint, schedule_id, start='2009-01-01', stop=DateTime.now.to_s, time_zone='UTC')
curl_command = 'curl -H "Accept: application/vnd.pagerduty+json;version=2" -H "Authorization: Token token=' + api_key + '" -X GET -G \
--data-urlencode "since=' + start + '" \
--data-urlencode "until=' + stop + '" \
--data-urlencode "time_zone=' + time_zone + '" \
"' + endpoint + schedule_id + '"'
end
def print_results(curl_get_all)
IO.popen(curl_get_all).each do |line|
parsed = JSON.parse(line)
puts parsed
end
end
if !ARGV[0]
puts "Error: You did not enter any parameters"
puts "Usage: ./get_schedule api_key schedule_id [since] [until] [time_zone]"
puts "\tapi_key: PagerDuty API access token"
puts "\tservice_id: Unique ID for the service you want to pull"
puts "\tsince: Start date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format"
puts "\tuntil: End date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format"
puts "\ttime_zone: Time zone the data will be returned in"
elsif !ARGV[1]
puts "Error: You did not enter a schedule_id"
puts "Usage: ./get_schedule api_key schedule_id [since] [until] [time_zone]"
puts "\tapi_key: PagerDuty API access token"
puts "\tservice_id: Unique ID for the service you want to pull"
puts "\tsince: Start date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format"
puts "\tuntil: End date of incidents you want to pull in YYYY-MM-DD format"
puts "\ttime_zone: Time zone the data will be returned in"
elsif !ARGV[2]
r = curl_command_string(ARGV[0], endpoint, ARGV[1])
print_results(r)
elsif !ARGV[3]
r = curl_command_string(ARGV[0], endpoint, ARGV[1], ARGV[2])
print_results(r)
elsif !ARGV[4]
r = curl_command_string(ARGV[0], endpoint, ARGV[1], ARGV[2], ARGV[3])
print_results(r)
else
r = curl_command_string(ARGV[0], endpoint, ARGV[1], ARGV[2], ARGV[3], ARGV[4])
print_results(r)
end
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