Class: OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClientCompositeOperations

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb

Overview

This class provides a wrapper around BlockchainPlatformClient and offers convenience methods for operations that would otherwise need to be chained together. For example, instead of performing an action on a resource (e.g. launching an instance, creating a load balancer) and then using a waiter to wait for the resource to enter a given state, you can call a single method in this class to accomplish the same functionality

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(service_client = OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient.new) ⇒ BlockchainPlatformClientCompositeOperations

Initializes a new BlockchainPlatformClientCompositeOperations

Parameters:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 20

def initialize(service_client = OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient.new)
  @service_client = service_client
end

Instance Attribute Details

#service_clientOCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient (readonly)

The OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient used to communicate with the service_client



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 14

def service_client
  @service_client
end

Instance Method Details

#change_blockchain_platform_compartment_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, change_blockchain_platform_compartment_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Parameters:

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 41

def change_blockchain_platform_compartment_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, change_blockchain_platform_compartment_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.change_blockchain_platform_compartment(blockchain_platform_id, change_blockchain_platform_compartment_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#create_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(create_blockchain_platform_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#create_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 90

def create_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(create_blockchain_platform_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.create_blockchain_platform(create_blockchain_platform_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#create_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, create_osn_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#create_osn and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • create_osn_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::CreateOsnDetails)

    Input payload to create blockchain platform OSN. The payload cannot be empty.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#create_osn

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 141

def create_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, create_osn_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.create_osn(blockchain_platform_id, create_osn_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#create_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, create_peer_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#create_peer and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • create_peer_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::CreatePeerDetails)

    Input payload to create a blockchain platform peer. The payload cannot be empty.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#create_peer

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 192

def create_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, create_peer_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.create_peer(blockchain_platform_id, create_peer_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#delete_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 241

def delete_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.delete_blockchain_platform(blockchain_platform_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#delete_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_osn and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • osn_id (String)

    OSN identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_osn

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 291

def delete_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.delete_osn(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#delete_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_peer and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • peer_id (String)

    Peer identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_peer

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 341

def delete_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.delete_peer(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#delete_work_request_and_wait_for_state(work_request_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#delete_work_request and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • work_request_id (String)

    The ID of the asynchronous request.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 390

def delete_work_request_and_wait_for_state(work_request_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.delete_work_request(work_request_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#scale_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, scale_blockchain_platform_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#scale_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • scale_blockchain_platform_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::ScaleBlockchainPlatformDetails)

    Input payload to scaleout blockchain platform. The payload cannot be empty.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 441

def scale_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, scale_blockchain_platform_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.scale_blockchain_platform(blockchain_platform_id, scale_blockchain_platform_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#start_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#start_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 490

def start_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.start_blockchain_platform(blockchain_platform_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#stop_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#stop_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 539

def stop_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.stop_blockchain_platform(blockchain_platform_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#update_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(update_blockchain_platform_details, blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#update_blockchain_platform and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • update_blockchain_platform_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::UpdateBlockchainPlatformDetails)

    The Blockchain Platform fields to update. Fields that are not provided will not be updated.

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})
  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 589

def update_blockchain_platform_and_wait_for_state(update_blockchain_platform_details, blockchain_platform_id, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.update_blockchain_platform(update_blockchain_platform_details, blockchain_platform_id, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#update_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, update_osn_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#update_osn and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • osn_id (String)

    OSN identifier.

  • update_osn_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::UpdateOsnDetails)

    Input payload to update a blockchain platform OSN. The payload cannot be empty.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#update_osn

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 641

def update_osn_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, update_osn_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.update_osn(blockchain_platform_id, osn_id, update_osn_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end

#update_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, update_peer_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {}) ⇒ OCI::Response

Calls OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#update_peer and then waits for the Models::WorkRequest to enter the given state(s).

Parameters:

  • blockchain_platform_id (String)

    Unique service identifier.

  • peer_id (String)

    Peer identifier.

  • update_peer_details (OCI::Blockchain::Models::UpdatePeerDetails)

    Input payload to update a blockchain platform peer. The payload cannot be empty.

  • wait_for_states (Array<String>) (defaults to: [])

    An array of states to wait on. These should be valid values for Models::WorkRequest#status

  • base_operation_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Any optional arguments accepted by OCI::Blockchain::BlockchainPlatformClient#update_peer

  • waiter_opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Optional arguments for the waiter. Keys should be symbols, and the following keys are supported: * max_interval_seconds: The maximum interval between queries, in seconds. * max_wait_seconds The maximum time to wait, in seconds

Returns:



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# File 'lib/oci/blockchain/blockchain_platform_client_composite_operations.rb', line 693

def update_peer_and_wait_for_state(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, update_peer_details, wait_for_states = [], base_operation_opts = {}, waiter_opts = {})
  operation_result = @service_client.update_peer(blockchain_platform_id, peer_id, update_peer_details, base_operation_opts)
  use_util = OCI::Blockchain::Util.respond_to?(:wait_on_work_request)

  return operation_result if wait_for_states.empty? && !use_util

  lowered_wait_for_states = wait_for_states.map(&:downcase)
  wait_for_resource_id = operation_result.headers['opc-work-request-id']

  begin
    if use_util
      waiter_result = OCI::Blockchain::Util.wait_on_work_request(
        @service_client,
        wait_for_resource_id,
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    else
      waiter_result = @service_client.get_work_request(wait_for_resource_id).wait_until(
        eval_proc: ->(response) { response.data.respond_to?(:status) && lowered_wait_for_states.include?(response.data.status.downcase) },
        max_interval_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_interval_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_interval_seconds] : 30,
        max_wait_seconds: waiter_opts.key?(:max_wait_seconds) ? waiter_opts[:max_wait_seconds] : 1200
      )
    end
    result_to_return = waiter_result

    return result_to_return
  rescue StandardError
    raise OCI::Errors::CompositeOperationError.new(partial_results: [operation_result])
  end
end