fileexporter

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Published: Oct 5, 2022 License: MIT Imports: 8 Imported by: 1

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type Exporter

type Exporter struct {
	// Format is the output format you want in your exported file.
	// Available format are JSON and CSV.
	// Default: JSON
	Format string

	// OutputDir is the location of the directory where to store the exported files
	// It should finish with a /
	// Default: the current directory
	OutputDir string

	// Filename is the name of your output file
	// You can use a templated config to define the name of your export files.
	// Available replacement are {{ .Hostname}}, {{ .Timestamp}} and {{ .Format}}
	// Default: "flag-variation-{{ .Hostname}}-{{ .Timestamp}}.{{ .Format}}"
	Filename string

	// CsvTemplate is used if your output format is CSV.
	// This field will be ignored if you are using another format than CSV.
	// You can decide which fields you want in your CSV line with a go-template syntax,
	// please check exporter/feature_event.go to see what are the fields available.
	// Default:
	// {{ .Kind}};{{ .ContextKind}};{{ .UserKey}};{{ .CreationDate}};{{ .Key}};{{ .Variation}};{{ .Value}};{{ .Default}}\n
	CsvTemplate string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func (*Exporter) Export

func (f *Exporter) Export(ctx context.Context, logger *log.Logger, featureEvents []exporter.FeatureEvent) error

Export is saving a collection of events in a file.

func (*Exporter) IsBulk

func (f *Exporter) IsBulk() bool

IsBulk return false if we should directly send the data as soon as it is produce and true if we collect the data to send them in bulk.

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