Trade Tariff Backend
The API back-end for:
Other related projects:
- Memcached (production)
Setup your environment.
.envfile with valid data.
Verify that the app is up and running.
Performing daily updates
These are run hourly by a background worker UpdatesSynchronizerWorker.
- checking failures (check tariff_synchronizer.rb) - if any of updates failed in the past, sync process will not proceed
- downloading missing files up to Date.today (check base_update.rb and download methods in taric_update.rb and chief_update.rb)
- applying downloaded files (applying measures, etc. TARIC first, then CHIEF)
Updates are performed in portions and protected by redis lock (see TariffSynchronizer#apply).
BaseUpdate#apply is responsible for most of the logging/checking job and running
import! methods located in Taric/ChiefUpdate classes. Then it runs TaricImporter
and ChiefImporter to parse and store xml/csv files.
Whole process is quite similar for both TARIC and CHIEF, but CHIEF updates undergo a tranformation transformation process to convert them into a TARIC format. Check ChiefTransformer class for more info (and ChiefUpdate#import!).
In case of any errors, changes (per single update) are roll-backed and record itself is marked as failed. The sync would need to be rerun after a rollback.
We deploy to cloud foundry, so you need to have the CLI installed, and the following cf plugin installed:
Download the plugin for your os: https://github.com/contraband/autopilot/releases
chmod +x autopilot-(YOUR_OS) cf install-plugin autopilot-(YOUR_OS)
Set the following ENV variables:
NB: In the newer Diego architecture from CloudFoundry, no-route skips creating and binding a route for the app, but does not specify which type of health check to perform. If your app does not listen on a port, for example the sidekiq worker, then it does not satisfy the port-based health check and Cloud Foundry marks it as crashed. To prevent this, disable the port-based health check with cf set-health-check APP_NAME none.
- When writing validators in
app/validatorsplease run the rake task
audit:verifywhich runs the validator against existing data.
Please check out the Contributing guide
Trade Tariff is licenced under the MIT licence