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mod-data-export

Copyright (C) 2018-2022 The Open Library Foundation

This software is distributed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0. See the file "LICENSE" for more information.

Introduction

FOLIO data export module.

Important notes

LIMITATIONS OF THE MODULE

For current releases, S3-compatible file storage (using MinIO client) is supported to store the exported MARC files.

OTHER

In a multi-tenant cluster, each tenant data is stored in it's own folder(prefix) under one bucket. For example, if the tenants are tenant001, tenant002, and bucket name "exportMarc" below is the pattern used stored in the bucket /{tenantId}/{jobExecutionId}/{fileName}.mrc

  • exportMarc/tenant001/448ae575-daec-49c1-8041-d64c8ed8e5b1/testFile-20200116100503.mrc
  • exportMarc/tenant002/295e28b4-aea2-4458-9073-385a31e1da05/uc-20200116100503.mrc

Note: There are plans to have hosting agnostic implementation available in 2020 Q2.

Compiling

   mvn install

See that it says "BUILD SUCCESS" near the end.

Docker

Build the docker container with:

   docker build -t mod-data-export .

Test that it runs with:

   docker run -d -t -i -p 8081:8081 mod-data-export

Installing the module

Follow the guide of Deploying Modules sections of the Okapi Guide and Reference, which describe the process in detail.

Deploying the module

Next we need to deploy the module. There is a deployment descriptor in target/DeploymentDescriptor.json. It tells Okapi to start the module on 'localhost'.

Deploy it via Okapi discovery:

curl -w '\n' -D - -s \
  -X POST \
  -H "Content-type: application/json" \
  -d @target/DeploymentDescriptor.json  \
  http://localhost:9130/_/discovery/modules

Then we need to enable the module for the tenant:

curl -w '\n' -X POST -D -   \
    -H "Content-type: application/json"   \
    -d @target/TenantModuleDescriptor.json \
    http://localhost:9130/_/proxy/tenants/<tenant_name>/modules

Storage configuration

MinIO remote storage or Amazon S3 can be used as storage for generated files MARC files. The storage is selected by specifying the url of S3-compatible storage by using ENV variable AWS_URL. In addition, the following ENV variables can be specified: AWS_REGION, AWS_BUCKET, AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY.

Issue tracker

See project MDEXP at the FOLIO issue tracker.

Additional information

Configure your own mapping rules

To configure your own rules, you need to add it to the mod-configuration module. "Code" value to use in the request - "RULES_OVERRIDE". "Value" field represents the rules, create your rules in the proper format(the example of default data-export rules - https://github.com/folio-org/mod-data-export/blob/master/src/main/resources/rules/rulesDefault.json). Convert the rules to the String format (you can use online converter). Put the result string to the "value" field in the request body. The description of how to create a configuration in mod-configuration module - https://github.com/folio-org/mod-configuration/blob/master/README.md. If there are rules in mod-configuration, and they are enabled, they always will be used for the mapping process for a given tenant.

System requirements

Testing was done with a mod-data-export docker image memory limit = 512 MiB.

Updated system requirements

memory: 844

memoryReservation: 768

cpu: 1024

MetaspaceSize=88m

MaxMetaspaceSize=88m

Xmx=540m

Default mapping profile

For default mapping profile, the max usage of memory is 270 MiB during the process of export 1 million records. The average memory usage is ~200 MiB.

Custom mapping profile with holdings and items

For Custom mapping profile, the max usage of memory is 250 MiB during the process of export 1 million records. The average memory usage is ~190 MiB.

The raml-module-builder framework.

Other modules.

Other FOLIO Developer documentation is at dev.folio.org