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Introduction to Fn with Java

This tutorial introduces the Fn Function Development Kit for Java (FDK for Java). If you haven't completed the Introduction to Fn tutorial you should head over there before you proceed.

This tutorial takes you through the Fn developer experience for building Java functions. It shows how easy it is to build, deploy and test functions written in Java.

As you make your way through this tutorial, look out for this icon. Whenever you see it, it's time for you to perform an action.

Before you Begin

  • Set aside about 30 minutes to complete this tutorial.
  • Make sure Fn server is up and running by completing the Install and Start Fn Tutorial.
    • Make sure you have set your Fn context registry value for local development. (for example, "fndemouser". See here.)

Your First Function

Let's start by creating a new function. In a terminal type the following:

fn init --runtime java javafn

The output will be:

Creating function at: ./javafn
Function boilerplate generated.
func.yaml created.

cd javafn

The fn init command creates an simple function with a bit of boilerplate to get you started. The --runtime option is used to indicate that the function we're going to develop will be written in Java 9, the default version as of this writing. A number of other runtimes are also supported.

If you have the tree utility installed you can see the directory structure that the init command has created.

tree

.
├── func.yaml
├── pom.xml
└── src
    ├── main
    │   └── java
    │       └── com
    │           └── example
    │               └── fn
    │                   └── HelloFunction.java
    └── test
        └── java
            └── com
                └── example
                    └── fn
                        └── HelloFunctionTest.java

11 directories, 4 files

As usual, the init command has created a func.yaml file for your function but in the case of Java it also creates a Maven pom.xml file as well as a function class and function test class.

Take a look at the contents of the generated func.yaml file.

cat func.yaml
schema_version: 20180708
name: javafn
version: 0.0.1
runtime: java
build_image: fnproject/fn-java-fdk-build:jdk11-1.0.100
run_image: fnproject/fn-java-fdk:jre11-1.0.100
cmd: com.example.fn.HelloFunction::handleRequest

The generated func.yaml file contains metadata about your function and declares a number of properties including:

  • schema_version--identifies the version of the schema for this function file.
  • name--Name of your function and directory.
  • version--the version of the function.
  • runtime--the language used for this function.
  • build_image--the image used to build your function's image.
  • run_image--the image your function runs in.
  • cmd--the cmd property is set to the fully qualified name of the function class and the method that should be invoked when your javafn function is called.

The Java function init also generates a Maven pom.xml file to build and test your function. The pom includes the Fn FDK for Java runtime and test libraries your function needs.

Deploy your Java Function

With the javafn directory containing pom.xml and func.yaml you've got everything you need to deploy the function to Fn server. This server could be running in the cloud, in your datacenter, or on your local machine like we're doing here.

Make sure your context is set to default and you are using a demo user. Use the fn list contexts command to check.

user input

fn list contexts
CURRENT	NAME	PROVIDER	API URL			        REGISTRY
*       default	default		http://localhost:8080	fndemouser

If your context is not configured, please see the context installation instructions before proceeding. Your context determines where your function is deployed.

Create an App

Next, functions are grouped together into an application. The application acts as the main organizing structure for multiple functions. To create an application type the following:

user input

fn create app java-app

A confirmation is returned:

Successfully created app:  java-app

Now java-app is ready for functions to be deployed to it.

Deploy your Function to your App

Deploying your function is how you publish your function and make it accessible to other users and systems. To see the details of what is happening during a function deploy, use the --verbose switch. The first time you build a function of a particular language it takes longer as Fn downloads the necessary Docker images. The --verbose option allows you to see this process.

fn --verbose deploy --app java-app --local
Deploying javafn to app: java-app
Bumped to version 0.0.2
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FN_REGISTRY:  fndemouser
Current Context:  default
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Successfully tagged fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2

Updating function javafn using image fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2...
Successfully created function: javafn with fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2

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Specifying --app java-app explicitly puts the function in the application "java-app".

Specifying --local does the deployment to the local server but does not push the function image to a Docker registry--which would be necessary if we were deploying to a remote Fn server.

The output message Updating function javafn using image fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2... let's us know that the function is packaged in the image "fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2".

Note that the containing folder name javafn was used as the name of the generated Docker container and used as the name of the function that container was bound to.

Normally you deploy an application without the --verbose option. If you rerun the command a new image and version is created and loaded.

Invoke your Deployed Function

Use the the fn invoke command to call your function from the command line.

Invoke with the CLI

The first is using the Fn CLI which makes invoking your function relatively easy. Type the following:

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fn invoke java-app javafn

which results in:

Hello, world!

In the background, Maven compiles the code and runs any tests, the function is packaged into a container, and then the function is run to produce the output "Hello, world!".

You can also pass data to the invoke command. For example:

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echo -n 'Bob' | fn invoke java-app javafn
Hello, Bob!

"Bob" was passed to the function where it is processed and returned in the output.

Exploring the Code

We've generated, compiled, deployed, and invoked the Java function so let's take a look at the code. You may want to open the code in your favorite IDE or editor.

Below is the generated com.example.fn.HelloFunction class. As you can see the function is just a method on a POJO that takes a string value and returns another string value, but the FDK for Java also supports binding input parameters to streams, primitive types, byte arrays and Java POJOs unmarshalled from JSON. Functions can also be static or instance methods.

package com.example.fn;

public class HelloFunction {

    public String handleRequest(String input) {
        String name = (input == null || input.isEmpty()) ? "world"  : input;

        return "Hello, " + name + "!";
    }

}

This function returns the string "Hello, world!" unless an input string is provided in which case it returns "Hello, <input string>!". We saw this previously when we piped "Bob" into the function. Notice that the FDK for Java reads from standard input and automatically puts the content into the string passed to the function. This greatly simplifies the function code.

Testing with JUnit

The fn init command also generated a JUnit test for the function which uses the FDK for Java's function test framework. With this framework you can setup test fixtures with various function input values and verify the results.

The generated test confirms that when no input is provided the function returns "Hello, world!".

package com.example.fn;

import com.fnproject.fn.testing.*;
import org.junit.*;

import static org.junit.Assert.*;

public class HelloFunctionTest {

    @Rule
    public final FnTestingRule testing = FnTestingRule.createDefault();

    @Test
    public void shouldReturnGreeting() {
        testing.givenEvent().enqueue();
        testing.thenRun(HelloFunction.class, "handleRequest");

        FnResult result = testing.getOnlyResult();
        assertEquals("Hello, world!", result.getBodyAsString());
    }

}

Let's add a test that confirms that when an input string like "Bob" is provided we get the expected result.

Add the following method to HelloFunctionTest:

    @Test
    public void shouldReturnWithInput() {
        testing.givenEvent().withBody("Bob").enqueue();
        testing.thenRun(HelloFunction.class, "handleRequest");

        FnResult result = testing.getOnlyResult();
        assertEquals("Hello, Bob!", result.getBodyAsString());
    }

You can see the withBody() method used to specify the value of the function input.

You can run the tests by building your function with fn build. This will cause Maven to compile and run the updated test class. You can also invoke your tests directly from Maven using mvn test or from your IDE.

fn build

Building image fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2 .......
Function fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2 built successfully.

Accepting JSON Input

Let's convert this function to use JSON for its input and output. Replace the definition of HelloFunction with the following:

package com.example.fn;

public class HelloFunction {

    public static class Input {
        public String name;
    }

    public static class Result {
        public String salutation;
    }

    public Result handleRequest(Input input) {
        Result result = new Result();
        result.salutation = "Hello " + input.name;
        return result;
    }

}

We've created a couple of simple Pojos to bind the JSON input and output to and changed the function signature to use these Pojos. The FDK for Java will automatically bind input data based on the Java arguments to the function. JSON support is built-in but input and output binding is extensible and you could plug in marshallers for other data formats like protobuf, avro or xml.

Let's build the updated function:

fn build

returns:

Building image fndemouser/javafn:0.0.2 .....
Error during build. Run with `--verbose` flag to see what went wrong. eg: `fn --verbose CMD`

Fn: error running docker build: exit status 1

See 'fn <command> --help' for more information. Client version: 0.5.16

To find out what happened rerun build with the verbose switch:

fn --verbose build

...
-------------------------------------------------------
 T E S T S
-------------------------------------------------------
Running com.example.fn.HelloFunctionTest
An exception was thrown during Input Coercion: Failed to coerce event to user function parameter type class com.example.fn.HelloFunction$Input
...
An exception was thrown during Input Coercion: Failed to coerce event to user function parameter type class com.example.fn.HelloFunction$Input
...
Tests run: 2, Failures: 0, Errors: 2, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 0.893 sec <<< FAILURE!
...
Results :

Tests in error:
  shouldReturnGreeting(com.example.fn.HelloFunctionTest): One and only one response expected, but 0 responses were generated.
  shouldReturnWithInput(com.example.fn.HelloFunctionTest): One and only one response expected, but 0 responses were generated.

Tests run: 2, Failures: 0, Errors: 2, Skipped: 0

[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD FAILURE
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 3.477 s
[INFO] Finished at: 2017-09-21T14:59:21Z
[INFO] Final Memory: 16M/128M
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-surefire-plugin:2.12.4:test (default-test) on project hello: There are test failures.

Oops! as we can see this function build has failed due to test failures--we changed the code significantly but didn't update our tests! We really should be doing test driven development and updating the test first but at least our bad behavior has been caught. Let's update the tests to reflect our new expected results. Replace the definition of HelloFunctionTest with:

package com.example.fn;

import com.fnproject.fn.testing.*;
import org.junit.*;

import static org.junit.Assert.*;

public class HelloFunctionTest {

    @Rule
    public final FnTestingRule testing = FnTestingRule.createDefault();

    @Test
    public void shouldReturnGreeting(){
        testing.givenEvent().withBody("{\"name\":\"Bob\"}").enqueue();
        testing.thenRun(HelloFunction.class,"handleRequest");

        FnResult result = testing.getOnlyResult();
        assertEquals("{\"salutation\":\"Hello Bob\"}", result.getBodyAsString());
    }
}

In the new shouldReturnGreeting() test method we're passing in the JSON document

{ "name": "Bob" }

and expecting a result of

{ "salutation": "Hello Bob" }

If you re-run the test via fn -verbose build we can see that it now passes:

fn --verbose build

Redeploy your updated Java function

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fn deploy --app java-app --local

Invoke with Curl

The other way to invoke your function is via HTTP. With the changes to the code, we can pass JSON and return JSON from the the function. The Fn server exposes our deployed function at system produced endpoint. Next, we need to look up the invoke endpoint for our function.

Getting a Function's Invoke Endpoint

In addition to using the Fn invoke command, we can call a function by using a URL. To do this, we must get the function's invoke endpoint. Use the command fn inspect function <appname> <function-name>. To list the javafn function's invoke endpoint we can type:

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fn inspect function java-app javafn
{
	"annotations": {
		"fnproject.io/fn/invokeEndpoint": "http://localhost:8080/invoke/01DK9XJSCXNG8G00GZJ0000002"
	},
	"app_id": "01DK9XFXNXNG8G00GZJ0000001",
	"created_at": "2019-08-27T16:12:15.645Z",
	"id": "01DK9XJSCXNG8G00GZJ0000002",
	"idle_timeout": 30,
	"image": "fndemouser/javafn:0.0.3",
	"memory": 128,
	"name": "javafn",
	"timeout": 30,
	"updated_at": "2019-08-27T16:21:25.928Z"
}

The output confirms that javafn function's invoke endpoint is: http://localhost:8080/invoke/01DK9XJSCXNG8G00GZJ0000002. We can use this URL to call the function.

Curl Commands

Use curl to invoke the function:

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curl -X "POST" -H "Content-Type: application/json" http://localhost:8080/invoke/01DK9XJSCXNG8G00GZJ0000002

The result is now in a JSON format.

{"salutation":"Hello world"}

Note: Currently an error occurs if you pass an empty value to the JSON enabled function. See FDK-Java Issue 148 for details.

We can pass JSON data to our function and get the value of name passed to the function back.

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curl -X "POST" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"name":"Bob"}' http://localhost:8080/invoke/01DK9XJSCXNG8G00GZJ0000002

The result is now in JSON format with the passed value returned.

{"salutation":"Hello Bob"}

Wrap Up

Congratulations! You've just completed an introduction to the Fn Java FDK. There's so much more in the FDK than we can cover in a brief introduction but we'll go deeper in subsequent tutorials.

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