Shallow and Deep Scan Robot Pairing2018-10-31T12:08:16+00:00

Shallow and Deep Scan Robot Pairing

Shallow Robot Setup

Robot’s config should have key deepScanRobot which specifies name of paired deep scan robot.
Robot should emit mandatory fields id,url. id – unique id for a row (product SKU, etc).

Example config:

{
	"deepScanRobot": "aruodas_deep"
}

Example robot code:

steps.start =  function () {
	next ("http://www.aruodas.lt/namai/kaune/", "browseList");
	done();	
};
// Browse through paging, visiting each position
steps.browseList = function () {
    // paging
	if ($("a.page-bt:nth-last-child(1)").text() === "»") {
		next($(".page-bt:nth-last-child(1)")[0].href, "browseList");			
	}
    var properties = [];
	$(".list-row .list-adress").each(function (i,v) { 
	    properties.push({
	        id : $('a', v).prop('href').split('-').pop().replace('/','').trim(),
	        url: $('a', v).prop('href'),
	    });
	});	
	if(properties.length) emit('data', properties);
	done();	
};

Deep Robot Setup

Robot’s config should have keys serverQueue and deepScan, both set to value true.
Robot’s start step should be present, but do nothing (just done()).
Robot should have step called deep_scan which will process url’s from shallow robot.
Robot should emit mandatory field id.

Example config:

{
	"serverQueue": true,
	"deepScan": true
}

Example robot code:

steps.start = function() {
    done();
};

steps.deep_scan = function(passData) {
    
    var oneObject = {
        id : $('.advert-controls').attr('data-id'),
        id_passed : passData.id
    };
    emit('objects', [oneObject]);
    
    done();
};