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For each call, you can add the following command:

-w"\n%{http_code}\n"

After the username and password in order to receive more meaningful HTTP errors.

Data Volume Limit

Request method - GET

Description

Returns the volume size of a job (in bytes).

URI syntax

curl -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/job-configuration/volume-report/<job-configuration-id>'

Example response

[
  {
    "id": 187,
    "jobStatus": "COMPLETED",
    "importedVolume": 56765,
    "type": "NORMAL"
  },
  {
    "id": 186,
    "jobStatus": "COMPLETED",
    "importedVolume": 4098,
    "type": "NORMAL"
  }
]


Global Volume and License Information

Request method - GET

Description

Returns information on your Datameer product. This information includes the product ID, version, license holder, license type, start date of license, expiration of license, volume period, volume limit (in bytes), and total volume consumed (in bytes).

URI syntax

curl -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/license-details'

Example response

{
  "ProductId": "4c4038ba-3250-4844-b432-7c8f64d85807",
  "ProductVersion": "2.1.3",
  "LicenseHolder": "CN=Stefan Groschupf,O=Datameer,STREET=Unknown,L=Unknown Unknown,ST=Unknown,C=Unknown",
  "LicenseType": "Enterprise",
  "LicenseStartDate": "Jan 23, 2013 5:20:10 PM",
  "LicenseExpirationDate": "Mar 25, 2013 5:20:10 PM",
  "LicenseVolumePeriodInMonths": 1,
  "LicenseVolumelimitInBytes": 214748364800,
  "TotalVolumeConsumedInBytes": 38758720
}


Upload License File

Request method - POST

Description

Uploads a license file to Datameer.

URI syntax

curl -u '<username>:<password>' -X POST --form "file=@<license path>" http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/license/upload

Example response

If the license is accepted.

VALID

If the license isn't accepted.

INVALID

Product ID

Request method - GET

Description

Returns the product ID and version.

URI syntax

curl -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/license/product-id'

Example response

Returns the product ID and version.

4b4038ba-3550-4844-b432-4c6f64d80807das-test:Datameer-2.1.3-1.0.3

Metrics

Request method - GET

Description

Viewing the metrics in JSON format.

URI syntax

curl -s -S -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/monitor/'
curl -s -S -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/monitor/prependLabel'

Additional notes

An HTML table of the metrics for the current collection interval can be viewed with the following command 

curl -s -S -u '<username>:<password>' -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/monitor/html'

JAMon

Request method - PUT

Description

Allows clients to enable or disable JAMon at runtime.

URI syntax

curl -s -S -u '<username>:<password>' -X PUT 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/monitor/enable'
curl -s -S -u '<username>:<password>' -X PUT 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/rest/monitor/disable'

If your file name includes " " (empty spaces), replace those spaces with "+".

Create Variable

Request method - POST

Description

Create a variable value that can be called within Datameer paths and workbooks.

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X POST 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables' -d '[{ "name":"<variable name>", "value":"<variable value>"}, {"name":"<variable name>", "value":"<variable value>"}]' -H "Content-Type: application/json"

Example response

[
  {"created": 1552379198782, "id": 1, "modified": 1552379198782, "name": "name1", "type": "STRING", "value": "value1"},
  {"created": 1552379198783, "id": 2, "modified": 1552379198783, "name": "name2", "type": "STRING", "value": "value2"}
]

Update Variable

Request method - PUT

Description

Update a variable value that can be called within Datameer paths and workbooks.

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X PUT 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables/<variable-name or variable-id>' -d '{ "name":"<new name>", "value":"<new value>" }' -H "Content-Type: application/json"

Example response

{ "created": 1552379198782, "id": 1, "modified": 1552489010718, "name": "newName", "type": "STRING", "value": "newValue" }

Additional notes

Update multiple variables

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X PUT 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables' -d '[{ "id":1, "name":"<new name>", "value":"<new value>" }, { "id":2, "name":"<new name>", "value":"<new value>" }]' -H "Content-Type: application/json"

Example response

[
  { "created": 1552379198782, "id": 1, "modified": 1552489010718, "name": "newName", "type": "STRING", "value": "newValue" }
  { "created": 1552379198783, "id": 2, "modified": 1552489010734, "name": "newName2", "type": "STRING", "value": "newValue2" }
]

Note

The variables are identified by id, the ids must be present in the JSON body of the request.

Delete Variable

Request method - DELETE

Description

Delete a variable value that can be called within Datameer paths and workbooks.

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X DELETE 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables/<variable-name or variable-id>'

Example response

If the request is successful, there is no output.

Additional notes

Delete multiple variables

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X DELETE 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables' -d '["<variable-name or variable-id>", "<variable-name or variable-id>"]' -H "Content-Type: application/json"

Example response

If the request is successful, there is no output.

List a Variable

Request method - GET

Description

Display a list of information about variables values that can be called within Datameer paths and workbooks.

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables/<variable-name or variable-id>'

Example response

{ "created": 1552379198782, "id": 1, "modified": 1552489010718, "name": "name1", "type": "STRING", "value": "value1" }

Additional notes

List all variables

URI syntax

curl -u <username>:<password> -X GET 'http://<Datameer-serverIP>:<port-number>/api/variables'

Example response

[
  {"created": 1552379198782, "id": 1, "modified": 1552379198782, "name": "name1", "type": "STRING", "value": "value1"},
  {"created": 1552379198783, "id": 2, "modified": 1552379198783, "name": "name2", "type": "STRING", "value": "value2"}
]
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