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Suggest a Python driver conception based on the notebook #1

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bacloud14 opened this issue Jan 9, 2020 · 2 comments
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Suggest a Python driver conception based on the notebook #1

bacloud14 opened this issue Jan 9, 2020 · 2 comments

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@bacloud14 bacloud14 commented Jan 9, 2020

Notebook in this repo, is a demonstration of interacting with https://github.com/bacloud14/exec The web service.

In real production environment, this should turn into a Python library, to approach this, there are zillions of ways (writing a driver); The most important consideration, is that not only Python is subject to a driver, many languages will come next, so a basic conception of how an Exce driver should be is very important. Guys that already conceived HTTP clients, you could propose a way to start the implementation.

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@bacloud14 bacloud14 commented Jan 9, 2020

Basic step when you read the https://github.com/bacloud14/exec Readme and https://github.com/bacloud14/exec_client scenario example is very very logically simple.

Sequential scenario:

  1. It starts with a first touch with the server (to build a session in server and a cookie in client)
  2. Create a named session for some workflow
  3. Generate a qr-code for each session
  4. Define Executions and wrap their logger for reports table (or just track their results for Executions table)
  5. Run executions.
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@bacloud14 bacloud14 commented Jan 9, 2020

Contribution is either through a Gist form of sample code, a complete skeleton project, or another notebook.
Many thanks!

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