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screwdriver-datastore-base

datastore base

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Base class defining the interface for datastore implementations

This base class should be used for defining different datastore options for the screwdriver api. The functions exposed contain input validation for to define the contract for datastores so that it is agnostic of the actual implementation.

Usage

npm install screwdriver-datastore-base

Extending

class MyDatastore extends Datastore {
    // Implement the interface
    _get(config) {
 
        // do something to fetch data...
 
        if (config.params.id > 0) {
            return Promise.resolve({ id: config.params.id });
        }
 
        return Promise.reject('Some error');
    }
}
 
const store = new MyDatastore({});
return store.get({ table: 'tablename', params: { id: 1 } })
    .then((err, data) => {
        // do something....
    });

The base class exposes a set of functions:

  • get
  • save
  • update
  • scan
  • remove

All of those functions provide input validation on the config object being passed in, and call an underlying function with the arguments passed in.

To take advantage of the input validation, override these functions:

  • _get
  • _save
  • _update
  • _scan
  • _remove

Additionally, there is a setup function which will be called by Screwdriver to allow the datastore to create or upgrade tables as needed.

Interface

get

Parameter Type Description
config Object Each of its properties defines your get operation
config.table String The datastore table name
config.params Object Each of its properties defines the get parameters
config.params.id String The ID of the item to fetch from the datastore

Expected Outcome

The get function is expected to fetch a single record with a specific id.

Expected Return

A promise that resolves to the record if found, null if not found, and rejects if it fails.

save

Parameter Type Description
config Object Each of its properties defines your get operation
config.table String The datastore table name
config.params Object The data that will be saved in the datastore

Expected Outcome

The save function is expected to save a record to the datastore.

Expected Return

A promise that resolves to the record if saved successfully, or rejects if it fails.

remove

Parameter Type Description
config Object Each of its properties defines your get operation
config.table String The datastore table name
config.params Object Each of its properties defines the get parameters
config.params.id String The ID of the data to remove

Expected Outcome

The remove function is expected to remove a record from the datastore.

Expected Return

A promise that resolves to null if remove successfully, or rejects if it fails.

update

Parameter Type Description
config Object Each of its properties defines your get operation
config.table String The datastore table name
config.params Object The data to be updated in the datastore
config.params.id String The ID that the data is associated with

Update a record in the datastore. Returns null if the record does not exist.

Expected Outcome

The update function is expected to update a record in the datastore.

Expected Return

A promise that resolves to the record if updated successfully, null if the record does not exist, and rejects if fails.

scan

Parameter Type Description
config Object Each of its properties defines your get operation
config.table String The datastore table name
config.params Object Query to filter on
config.paginate Object Each of its properties further defines the characteristics for pagination
config.paginate.count Integer Number of items per page
config.paginate.page Integer Page number of the set you wish for the datastore to return

Expected Outcome

The scan function is expected to fetch multiple records from the datastore.

Expected Return

A promise that resolves to an array of records, or rejects if fails.

Example datastores

Testing

npm test

License

Code licensed under the BSD 3-Clause license. See LICENSE file for terms.