[rabbitmq-discuss] Additional fields returned via /api/overview?
mpietrek at skytap.com
Fri Dec 28 18:58:43 GMT 2012
> How would you like to see that information presented?
The page is fine for understanding what requests I can make but it doesn't
at all cover what responses are expected.
Thus, in order to see if a particular request is going to provide what I
need, I have to construct a call and examine the output fields. It would be
nice if there was a schema definition for what the response look like. JSON
is fine for my needs - I don't know about others.
An interesting twist on the above is also that in some circumstances, not
all data is returned for a given request. I'm specifically thinking about
the case where the 'stats' database isn't available, so only a subset of
the fields were returned when querying queue stats (I think I'm recalling
the exact scenario correctly.)
A tiny bit more background - I'm starting to write tooling that will work
against both 2.8 and 3.0 versions, so I need to query which version of the
server I'm talking to. I initially queried a 3.0.1 instance for
/api/overview and found the "rabbitmq_version" element. Great! So I coded
that up in my tooling, and was then surprised when I didn't find that
element when querying a 2.8.7 instance.
Is this normal? Correct? Who knows? I have no schema reference to consult.
On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Tim Watson <tim at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On 28/12/2012 00:55, Matt Pietrek wrote:
>> I've just noticed that when comparing the results of calling the HTTP
>> API with /api/overview, there are at least a couple of fields that look
>> new in 3.0X, relative to 2.8.7. In particular:
> Yes, those look familiar.
> Is this expected? And if so, is there some sort of comprehensive list of
>> changes to the HTTP provided data in 3.0.x, relative to 2.8.X?
> Does http://hg.rabbitmq.com/**rabbitmq-management/raw-file/**
> rabbitmq_v3_0_1/priv/www/api/**index.html<http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-management/raw-file/rabbitmq_v3_0_1/priv/www/api/index.html>not meet your needs Matt? How would you like to see that information
> presented? Is it just that you'd like example json documents for all the
> API calls listed in that help page, or are you after some kind of schema -
> and if so, in what format?
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