param_get>: Get persistent data from ParamServer and set it as a value of store parameters

param_get> operator gets a value from a ParamServer and sets it as a value of store parameters

+get_single_value:
  param_get>:
  key1: key_of_store_parameter1

+get_multiple_values:
  param_get>:
  key2: key_of_store_parameter2
  key3: key_of_store_parameter3
  
+show_gotten_data:
  sh>: echo '${key_of_store_parameter1} ${key_of_store_parameter2} ${key_of_store_parameter3}'

System configurations

Common

  • param_server.type (required):

    String of the database type of ParamServer ( postgresql or redis )

When using PostgreSQL

  • param_server.host (required):

    String of the host of the ParamServer

  • param_server.database (required):

    String of the database name of PostgreSQL

  • param_server.user (required):

    String of the user of the ParamServer

  • param_server.password (optional):

    String of the password of the ParamServer

When using Redis

  • param_server.host (required):

    String of the host of the ParamServer

  • param_server.password (optional):

    String of the password of the ParamServer

  • param_server.ssl (optional):

    The boolean flag of whether connection with SSL or not SSL.

    The Default value is false

Options

  • {key}: {destKey}

    {key}: The name of the key which you want to get from ParamServer

    {destKey}: The name of the key which you want to set the value gotten from ParamServer to ParamStore