kandi X-RAY | insight-api Summary
kandi X-RAY | insight-api Summary
THIS PROYECT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY BITCORE-NODE, AT
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Rate limits .
- Provides a familiar OBlock controller .
- Controller for the client .
- Checks if an address has already been thrown .
- Controller for controller
- Controller for constructing an address .
- Controller for status .
- Convert add or string to an array
- Checks if a string is a hexadecimal
- Finish a new result .
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I have an AWS CodePipeline defined in a CloudFormation template.
One of the steps of the pipeline is a CloudFormation action that builds a test environment for my application. The URL of the app's Elastic Load Balancer is one of the outputs defined in this template.
How do I access this output, so that I can use it in the next step, which is a CodeBuild action that will run api tests against the test environment?
I can specify an
OutputFileName in the CloudFormation Deploy step, but the CodeBuild step would then need 2 input artifacts, the test code and the CloudFormation output file, and there is a maximum of 1 input artifact.
I thought that I could have a step that pushes the CloudFormation output file to S3, so that the api test step can then access it (or simply push it to S3 as part of the CloudFormation::Init code), but I am hoping for something more simple that I could configure in the CodePipeline steps (similar to !ImportValue in CloudFormation).
I also thought that I could assign a 'test url' e.g. http://test.myapp.com, in the CloudFormation step so that the api tests are always run against that specific url, which would be a great option, except that I am spinning up the test environment dynamically just before the tests (because I don't want the cost of it always running), and I'm not sure that the DNS will have propagated by the time the api tests start running.
Thanks in advance
Definition of CodePipeline CloudFormation action that spins up test environment...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-19 at 16:34
Unfortunately there's no workaround to allow 2 input artifacts for CodeBuild from CodePipeline currently.
The alternative I'd recommend for now is to call aws cloudformation describe-stacks from the CLI in your build process and pull the ELB hostname from your stack outputs.
I have tried to installed zcash insight ui & api in my local machine (ubuntu OS) and it is completed all the steps but I m facing issue while start services in frontground.
Let me share with you command, config file....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-06 at 13:45
Check out this line the README.
Install npm install -g zcash-bitcore-node zcash-bitcore-node start
To install Zcash, follow the Zcash Beta Guide. Point your zcash-bitcore-node.json to $DIR/zcash/src/zcashd.
After installing the zcashd separately and then changing the exec path in my config file to point to that location, it worked properly:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-23 at 15:48
Okay I figured it out. What was happening is there were some other bitcoind processes that had zombied out and were listening on the port this process was trying to access. I ran this command to kill the other processes
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