RunPipelineActivity - Amazon IoT Analytics
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Here is an example of how you would use the RunPipelineActivity command to test a pipeline activity. For this example, we test a math activity.

  1. Create a maths.json file, which contains the definition of the pipeline activity you want to test.

    { "math": { "name": "MyMathActivity", "math": "((temp - 32) * 5.0) / 9.0", "attribute": "tempC" } }
  2. Create a file payloads.json file, which contains the example payloads that are used to test the pipeline activity.

    [ "{\"humidity\": 52, \"temp\": 68 }", "{\"humidity\": 52, \"temp\": 32 }" ]
  3. Call the RunPipelineActivities operation from the command line.

    aws iotanalytics run-pipeline-activity --pipeline-activity file://maths.json --payloads file://payloads.json --cli-binary-format raw-in-base64-out

    This produces the following results.

    { "logResult": "", "payloads": [ "eyJodW1pZGl0eSI6NTIsInRlbXAiOjY4LCJ0ZW1wQyI6MjB9", "eyJodW1pZGl0eSI6NTIsInRlbXAiOjMyLCJ0ZW1wQyI6MH0=" ] }

    The payloads listed in the results are Base64-encoded strings. When these strings are decoded, you get the following results.

    {"humidity":52,"temp":68,"tempC":20} {"humidity":52,"temp":32,"tempC":0}