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# This is the config file to put in credentials for the various services
# used in the examples.
# Note that you do not need have all of these values to run an example.
# Just add or modify the credentials you need for the example you
# want to run.
# Here's where the IronWorker project_id and token(s) go. They should
# be assigned within the IronWorker config block within your application.
# You can have multiple projects and create multiple tokens.
# IronWorker credentials
iw:
token: ogIkJ..
project_id: 4e..
# AWS credentials
# For s3, use an existing bucket name or create one in s3 if it doesn't exist.
aws:
access_key: 3VXW4DQ...
secret_key: UxlTI4X...
s3_bucket_name: worker_test
sdb_domain_prefix: worker_test_
# Databasecool credentials
mongo:
host: somehost.mongohq.com
port: 12345
db_name: worker_test
username: ausername
password: apassword
mongo2:
host: somehost.mongohq.com
port: 12345
db_name: worker_test
username: ausername
password: apassword
# mongo://<username>:<password>@<server>:<port>/<database>
mongo_uri: //ausername:apassword@somehost.mongohq.com:12345/worker_test
redis:
hostname: somehost.redistogo.com
port: 1234
node_id: 0dcb21a9a94f956...
username: ausername
password: apassword
# Format for URI: redis://foo:<password>@<hostname>:<port>/
redis_uri: //ausername:0dcb21a9a94f956...@somehost.redistogo.com:1234/
xeround:
host: ec2-255...compute-1.amazonaws.com:1234
port: 1234
db_name: worker_test
username: ausername
password: apassword
mysql:
host: ec2-218....compute-1.amazonaws.com:1234
port: 1234
db_name: worker_test
username: ausername
password: apassword
#mysql2://localhost/blog?user=user&password=password')
mysql_uri: mysql2//username:password@host:port/db_name
# API services credentials
indextank:
url: http://:96Ocudh....api.indextank.com
index: index_test_people
klout:
api_key: h9hvvac...
twitter_names: ["ironworker", "chadarimura", "klout", "techcrunch", "monkchips", "aplusk", "sgblank", "venturehacks", "no_user_12345xyz"]
face:
api_key:
secret_key:
get_exceptional:
api_key: 5684cb9f5...
notifo:
service_user:
service_api:
task: subscribe
username:
message:
# Change the channel to what you want. The message is generally JSON.
pubnub:
publish: pub-932990fa-0a9e-...
subscribe: sub-bda8023e-0fb1-...
secret: sec-690c5045-c02a-...
channel: ironworker_test_channel
message: Testing PubNub with IronWorker
pusher:
key: c7a89381b...
secret: 10aa2a6b2...
app_id: 10967
twilio:
sid: cb5389460bc8...
token: 41c8f9a42ab0f...
api_version: 2010-04-01
from: +SANDBOX
to: +YOURNUMBER
message: Ironworker texting this using Twilio
twitter:
consumer_key:
consumer_secret:
oauth_token:
oauth_token_secret:
message:
hipchat:
api_key: ZZZ
room_name: MY ROOM NAME
twitter_keyword: ironworker
# Email credentials
gmail:
domain: gmail.com
username: sample_user
password: secret_password
email:
domain: somedomain.com
username: user_name
password: password
from: somebody@acme.com
to: somebodyelse@gmail.com
provider: gmail
loggly:
key: my_loggly_key
# Image files and other data files used in the examples
image_url: "http://fitnessgurunyc.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/ironman74.jpg"
file_name: sample_image.png
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