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Cleaned up helper libs some more.
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Michelle Beard committed Mar 28, 2016
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/*
Copyright 2014 The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.
*/

var logBuffer = [];
var loggingUrl = 'http://localhost:8080';
var intervalTime = 5000; //send every 5 seconds
var testing = false;
var echo = true;
var msg = 'USERALE: ';

// Register the interval timer to poll every intervalTime whether
// is data that is needed to be send to the server or not.
var timerId = setInterval(timerMethod, intervalTime);

/**
* @brief Function which handles sending debug information to the web browser's
* console.
* @details Function which handles sending debug information to the web browser's
* console. This allows for one line debugging which toggles between debugging or
* not
*
* @param msg Message to log to the console.
*/
function debug(user_msg)
{
if(echo)
console.log(msg + user_msg);
}

/**
* @brief Timer Method to poll and check for new messages to send to the logging
* ELK server.
* @details Timer Method to poll and check for new messages to send to the logging
* ELK server. The method will be fired after each intervalTime and attempts to send
* any pending logs which may have been created by the user.
*/
function timerMethod() {
// Check to see if there is anything within the global logBuffer. If there are any
// new entries, attemp to send the data.
if (logBuffer.length) {

// If echo is enabled, echo debugging information to the console for developers
// to debug their application and see if logs are being send to the logging
// server
debug('Sent ' + logBuffer.length + ' logs to - ' + loggingUrl);

// Check to see if the developer has set the module to be within testing mode. In
// this mode, we are able to defer attempts at sending the logging request to
// the logging server and just drop the logs.
if (testing)
logBuffer = [];
else
XHR(loggingUrl + '/send_log', logBuffer, function(d) { logBuffer = []; });
}

// If we don't have any logs to send to the server, just return
// back to the caller. There are no actions that need to be done
// when it comes to logging.
//else
//{
// // If we have debugging enabled, send a debug message saying there
// // are no logs present to be sent to the logging server.
// debug('No log sent, buffer empty.');
//}
}

/**
* @brief Adding Event Listener for the Activity worker.
* @details Adding event listener for the activity worker. This will allow
* the activity logger to message the activity worker as it is running.
*/
self.addEventListener('message',
function(e) {
var data = e.data;

// Switch based on the command that was received by the message.
switch (data.cmd) {
// SetLoggingUrl: This allows the developer to change the location in which the
// logging is being stored to. This will allow for custom logging servers.
case 'setLoggingUrl':
loggingUrl = data.msg;
break;

// SendMsg command: This adds a new log to the log buffer which will be sent
// to the server. The worker pushes this log into the buffer and sits there until
// the interval time, or a SendBuffer command forces the worker to send the logs.
case 'sendMsg':
logBuffer.push(data.msg);
break;

// SetTesting command: This sets the activity logger to a testing mode where
// no logs are being send to the server. This will allow the developer to see
// what is being logged without the attempt of sending the logs to the log
// server.
case 'setTesting':
if (data.msg)
msg = 'USERALE: (TESTING) ';
else
msg = 'USERALE: ';

testing = data.msg;
break;

// SetEcho command: This allows the developer to debug their application
// by echoing debug messages of what is currently being logged by the
// tool/application.
case 'setEcho':
echo = data.msg;
break;

// SendBuffer command forces the activity worker to send what is currently
// in the log buffer. It is the same premise as a flush command where all
// the logs are getting flushed to the server.
case 'sendBuffer':
sendBuffer();
break;
}
}, false);

/**
* @brief Sends the logs to the logging server.
* @details Sends the logs to the logging server. This is done by calling the
* timerMethod() which is responsible for sending the logs to the server and
* updating the timer interval.
*/
function sendBuffer() {
// method to force send the buffer
timerMethod();
if (echo) {
console.log(msg + ' buffer sent');
}
}

/**
* @brief Connect and send logging information through XMLHttpRequest
* @details Connect and send logging information through XMLHttpRequest.
* Function attempts to connect through different means of the
* XMLHttpRequest (xhr) object. Once the xhr object is created, the
* logging data that has been buffered is sent to the server.
*
* @param url The URL to connect and send the logging data to
* @param log The logging information that is being sent to the server
* @param callback Callback function to register when a response is
* received.
*/
function XHR(url, log, callback) {
var xhr;

if(typeof XMLHttpRequest !== 'undefined')
xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
else
{
var versions = ["MSXML2.XmlHttp.5.0",
"MSXML2.XmlHttp.4.0",
"MSXML2.XmlHttp.3.0",
"MSXML2.XmlHttp.2.0",
"Microsoft.XmlHttp"];

for(var i = 0, len = versions.length; i < len; i++) {
try {
xhr = new ActiveXObject(versions[i]);
break;
}
catch(e){}
} // end for
}

// Register the readiness function.
xhr.onreadystatechange = ensureReadiness;

// Create a readiness callback function to handle the changes within
// the attempted request. Also, allows the program to handle the request,
// if need be.
function ensureReadiness() {
// If we receive a response readiness that is not
// 4, then dismiss until we do.
if(xhr.readyState < 4) {
return;
}

// If we have a readiness of 4, but yet, we have an
// invalid request, just return.
// TODO: Log or handle this to inform the developer that
// there are problems occurring?
if(xhr.status !== 200) {
return;
}

// If the readiness status is set to 4, and receieved
// an "OK" from the server, call the register callback if one
// exists
// TODO: Check for null callback.
if(xhr.readyState === 4) {
callback(xhr);
}
}

// Open and send the data to the logging server.
xhr.open("POST", url, true);
xhr.setRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json;charset=UTF-8");
xhr.send(JSON.stringify(log));
}

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