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Quick Start

Implement a POF (be sure to use the functions package):

package functions;

import java.util.function.Function;

public class Uppercase implements Function<String, String> {

	public String apply(String input) {
		return input.toUpperCase();
	}
}

Install it into your local Maven repository:

./mvnw clean install

Create a function.properties file that provides its Maven coordinates. For example:

dependencies.function: com.example:pof:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT

Copy the openwhisk runner JAR to the working directory (same directory as the properties file):

cp spring-cloud-function-adapters/spring-cloud-function-adapter-openwhisk/target/spring-cloud-function-adapter-openwhisk-2.0.0.BUILD-SNAPSHOT.jar runner.jar

Generate a m2 repo from the --thin.dryrun of the runner JAR with the above properties file:

java -jar -Dthin.root=m2 runner.jar --thin.name=function --thin.dryrun

Use the following Dockerfile:

FROM openjdk:8-jdk-alpine
VOLUME /tmp
COPY m2 /m2
ADD runner.jar .
ADD function.properties .
ENV JAVA_OPTS=""
ENTRYPOINT [ "java", "-Djava.security.egd=file:/dev/./urandom", "-jar", "runner.jar", "--thin.root=/m2", "--thin.name=function", "--function.name=uppercase"]
EXPOSE 8080
Note
you could use a Spring Cloud Function app, instead of just a jar with a POF in it, in which case you would have to change the way the app runs in the container so that it picks up the main class as a source file. For example, you could change the ENTRYPOINT above and add --spring.main.sources=com.example.SampleApplication.

Build the Docker image:

docker build -t [username/appname] .

Push the Docker image:

docker push [username/appname]

Use the OpenWhisk CLI (e.g. after vagrant ssh) to create the action:

wsk action create example --docker [username/appname]

Invoke the action:

wsk action invoke example --result --param payload foo
{
    "result": "FOO"
}

Examples

The following examples are built based on the details and explanations above, on how to deploy Spring Cloud Functions on to OpenWhisk

The base docker images used for above examples is available here.