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Code for "Automatically handle failures in XL Release tasks" (https://support.xebialabs.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/204769703)
#
# THIS CODE AND INFORMATION ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR
# IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS
# FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS CODE AND INFORMATION ARE NOT SUPPORTED BY XEBIALABS.
#
import sys, string
from java.io import IOException
from com.xebialabs.xlrelease.plugin.webhook import JsonPathResult
from com.xebialabs.xlrelease.plugin.webhook import XmlPathResult
from urlparse import urlparse
def isJson():
return 'jsonPathExpression' in globals() or 'jsonPathExpression2' in globals() or 'jsonPathExpression3' in globals()
def isXml():
return 'xPathExpression' in globals() or 'xPathExpression2' in globals() or 'xPathExpression3' in globals()
def process(response, expression, ExpressionProcessor):
result_expected = expression is not None and len(expression) > 0
if result_expected:
resultVariable = ExpressionProcessor(response, expression).get()
if resultVariable is None:
print "Expression %s did not match anything in the response" % expression
sys.exit(1)
print "Result: %s" % resultVariable
return resultVariable
def process_json(response, jsonPathExpression):
return process(response, jsonPathExpression, JsonPathResult)
def process_xml(response, xPathExpression):
return process(response, xPathExpression, XmlPathResult)
if isJson():
content_type = 'application/json'
elif isXml():
content_type = 'application/xml'
else:
print 'Could not determine Webhook format, neither JsonPath nor XPath expression was provided'
sys.exit(1)
uri = urlparse(URL)
host = '%s://%s' % (uri.scheme, uri.netloc)
context = uri.path
if uri.query:
context = '%s?%s' % (context, uri.query)
server = { 'url': host, 'username': username, 'password': password, 'proxyHost': proxyHost, 'proxyPort': proxyPort}
request = HttpRequest(server, username, password)
if body is None:
body = ""
# don't throw an exception if there is a connection error
try:
response = request.doRequest(method = method, context = context, body = body, contentType = content_type)
except IOException, e:
if alwaysSucceed:
statusCode = 418 # I'm a teapot
sys.exit(0)
else:
raise e
if response.isSuccessful():
print "Http Status: %s" % response.status
statusCode = response.status
if isJson():
result = process_json(response.response, jsonPathExpression)
result2 = process_json(response.response, jsonPathExpression2)
result3 = process_json(response.response, jsonPathExpression3)
if isXml():
result = process_xml(response.response, xPathExpression)
result2 = process_xml(response.response, xPathExpression2)
result3 = process_xml(response.response, xPathExpression3)
else:
print "Failed to connect at %s." % URL
response.errorDump()
if alwaysSucceed:
if response.status:
statusCode = response.status
else:
statusCode = 418 # I'm a teapot
else:
sys.exit(1)
<!--
THIS CODE AND INFORMATION ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS CODE AND INFORMATION ARE NOT SUPPORTED BY XEBIALABS.
-->
<type type="acme.JsonWebhook" extends="webhook.JsonWebhook">
<!-- override the default webhook implementation -->
<property name="scriptLocation" hidden="true" required="true" default="acme/JsonWebhook.py" />
<property name="statusCode" kind="integer" category="output" required="false"
description="The HTTP status code of the response" />
<property name="alwaysSucceed" kind="boolean" category="input"
required="false" default="false" description="If checked, this task will succeed irrespective of the HTTP response code. The 'statusCode' output property can be checked by subsequent tasks to determine whether the call was actually successful." />
</type>
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