(Migrated) synchronous service deployment

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Hello,

I automated a lot of the interaction with Zato, for testing we
hot-deploy services on zato.
Is there a way to deploy services synchronously (i.e. having an error if
something goes wrong)?

As I understand, there isn’t any such functionality, the only way is to
analyze the logs, which is not very suitable for automation.

I appreciate any comment.

Cheers!
Andrea.

Am 17.08.2015 um 10:24 schrieb Andrea Peter:

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analyze the logs, which is not very suitable for automation.

You could maybe use this service to check whether a service was
successfully deployed:

https://zato.io/docs/public-api/details/zato.service.get-deployment-info-=
list.html

Chris

Thanks Christopher,
I think that will do it.

On 17/08/15 10:34, Christopher Arndt wrote:

Am 17.08.2015 um 10:24 schrieb Andrea Peter:

Is there a way to deploy services synchronously (i.e. having an error if
something goes wrong)?

As I understand, there isn’t any such functionality, the only way is to
analyze the logs, which is not very suitable for automation.
You could maybe use this service to check whether a service was
successfully deployed:

https://zato.io/docs/public-api/details/zato.service.get-deployment-info-list.html

Chris