Control/display operations via script


  • ADMIN

    To list operations on Dashboard.

    Script: JavaScript
    var myImports = new JavaImporter(java.io, java.lang, java.util);
    
    with(myImports) {
      var filters = new HashMap();
      filters.put("orderBy", "name");
      filters.put("order", "asc");
      filters.put("pageLimit", new Long(10));
      //Get operations data
      var operations = mcApi.operation().getAll(filters);
    }
    
    Template:
    <table class="table table-hover table-bordered table-striped mc-table">
      <thead>
        <th>{{ 'STATUS' | translate }}</th>
        <th>{{ 'ID' | translate }}</th>
        <th>{{ 'NAME' | translate }}</th>
        <th>{{ 'OPERATION' | translate }}</th>
        <th>{{ 'LAST_EXECUTION' | translate }}</th>
      </thead>
      <tbody>
        <#list operations.data as item>
          <tr ui-sref="operationsAddEdit({id: ${item.id} })">
            <td class="text-center">
              <#if item.enabled>
                <i class="text-success fa fa-circle fa-lg" uib-tooltip="{{ 'ENABLED' | translate }}"></i>
              <#else>
                <i class="text-danger fa fa-circle-o fa-lg" uib-tooltip="{{ 'DISABLED' | translate }}"></i>
              </#if>
            </td>
            <td>${item.id}</td>
            <td>${(item.name)!}</td>
            <td ng-bind-html="'${(item.operationString)!}' | mcResourceRepresentation"></td>
            <td><span uib-tooltip="{{ ${(item.lastExecution?c)!"Never"} | date:mchelper.cfg.dateFormat:mchelper.cfg.timezone}}" tooltip-placement="left" am-time-ago="${(item.lastExecution?c)!"Never"}"></span></td>
          </tr>
        </#list>
      </tbody>
    </table>
    

    To enable/disable list of operations:

    JavaScript

    Script bindings: {options:{name:"operation-name", enable:false}}
    Important: It is important to pass Script bindings when executing this script. In the binding you can include your operation name to filter. Please note in Mycontroller all filters are working with case sensitive. In the name filed you can put any words where operation name contains.

    For example I want to enable or disable following operations,

    • my send email notification operation
    • notification: pushbullet

    In the above names I have notification word in common. So I can use this name in filter to get these operations exactly.

    To disable:

    {options:{name:"notification", enable:false}}

    To enable:

    {options:{name:"notification", enable:true}}

    var myImports = new JavaImporter(java.io, java.lang, java.util);
    
    with(myImports) {
      var filters = new HashMap();
      var names = new ArrayList();
      names.add(options.name);
    
      filters.put("orderBy", "name");
      filters.put("order", "asc");
      filters.put("pageLimit", new Long(10));
      filters.put("name", names)
    
      //Get operations data
      var operations = mcApi.operation().getAll(filters);
      
      var operationIds = new ArrayList();
      for(var count =0 ; count<operations.data.length;count++){
        //You can do some filter here
         operationIds.add(operations.data[count].id);
      }
      
      if(options.enable){
       mcApi.operation().enableIds(operationIds);
      }else{
       mcApi.operation().disableIds(operationIds);
      }
    }
    

    SOURCE: refer this issue for complete details.