Query work flows

How can I get the list of work flows in latest half an hour or an hour?

thanks,

Ling

You can use the get_wflows and query on the updated_on key. There is also an --rsort option that sorts workflows by updated on. See “lpad get_wflows -h” for more details. There is also “lpad report” - type “lpad report -h” for usage instructions

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On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 12:10 PM, [email protected] wrote:

How can I get the list of work flows in latest half an hour or an hour?

thanks,

Ling

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Ajain,

I have two problems with query on created_on:

  1. I know I have a WF like this:

{

“name”: “Physical Annotation Data Preparation: Assembly 706 - GR2HT.SP07.P5.G03–24”,

“state”: “FIZZLED”,

“states_list”: “W-W-F-C”,

“created_on”: “2016-06-19 15:47:16”

}

But when I query like this:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“created_on”: “2016-06-19 15:47:16”}’

I got this: [], nothing coming back.

  1. Isn’t the query by created_on is only for a specific datetime point not for a datetime range? If I would like to search the WFs within a datatime range, how could I do that?

thanks,

Ling

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On Friday, July 8, 2016 at 4:08:00 PM UTC-5, ajain wrote:

You can use the get_wflows and query on the updated_on key. There is also an --rsort option that sorts workflows by updated on. See “lpad get_wflows -h” for more details. There is also “lpad report” - type “lpad report -h” for usage instructions

On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 12:10 PM, [email protected] wrote:

How can I get the list of work flows in latest half an hour or an hour?

thanks,

Ling

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Hi Ling,

The updated_on is stored as a datetime object in MongoDB. That is why a string query does not work. It is straightforward to query on datetime and datetime ranges in Python using pymongo (just Google around), but I don’t think this will work using the “lpad” command since that doesn’t let one specify datetime objects. Unfortunately, for now I would say it is a limitation, although someone would be able to fix it by changing the interpretation of queries on the updated_on / created_on / etc. keys in lpad to be converted to datetime objects instead of str

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On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 3:02 PM, [email protected] wrote:

Ajain,

I have two problems with query on created_on:

  1. I know I have a WF like this:

{

“name”: “Physical Annotation Data Preparation: Assembly 706 - GR2HT.SP07.P5.G03–24”,

“state”: “FIZZLED”,

“states_list”: “W-W-F-C”,

“created_on”: “2016-06-19 15:47:16”

}

But when I query like this:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“created_on”: “2016-06-19 15:47:16”}’

I got this: [], nothing coming back.

  1. Isn’t the query by created_on is only for a specific datetime point not for a datetime range? If I would like to search the WFs within a datatime range, how could I do that?

thanks,

Ling

On Friday, July 8, 2016 at 4:08:00 PM UTC-5, ajain wrote:

You can use the get_wflows and query on the updated_on key. There is also an --rsort option that sorts workflows by updated on. See “lpad get_wflows -h” for more details. There is also “lpad report” - type “lpad report -h” for usage instructions

On Fri, Jul 8, 2016 at 12:10 PM, [email protected] wrote:

How can I get the list of work flows in latest half an hour or an hour?

thanks,

Ling

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