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This integration creates a workflow with a AWS trigger and GitHub action. When you configure and deploy the workflow, it will run on Pipedream's servers 24x7 for free.

  1. Select this integration
  2. Configure the New Records Returned by CloudWatch Logs Insights Query trigger
    1. Connect your AWS account
    2. Select a AWS Region
    3. Select one or more CloudWatch Log Groups
    4. Configure Logs Insights Query
    5. Optional- Configure Emit query results as a single event
    6. Configure timer
  3. Configure the Search Issues and Pull Requests action
    1. Connect your GitHub account
    2. Configure Keywords
    3. Optional- Select a Sort
    4. Optional- Select a order
    5. Optional- Configure Auto-Paginate
  4. Deploy the workflow
  5. Send a test event to validate your setup
  6. Turn on the trigger

Details

This integration uses pre-built, open source components from Pipedream's GitHub repo. These components are developed by Pipedream and the community, and verified and maintained by Pipedream.

To contribute an update to an existing component or create a new component, create a PR on GitHub. If you're new to Pipedream component development, you can start with quickstarts for trigger span and action development, and then review the component API reference.

Trigger

Description:Executes a CloudWatch Logs Insights query on a schedule, and emits the records as invidual events (default) or in batch
Version:0.0.3
Key:aws-new-records-returned-by-cloudwatch-logs-insights-query

Trigger Code

const aws = require("../../aws.app.js");

module.exports = {
  key: "aws-new-records-returned-by-cloudwatch-logs-insights-query",
  name: "New Records Returned by CloudWatch Logs Insights Query",
  description:
    "Executes a CloudWatch Logs Insights query on a schedule, and emits the records as invidual events (default) or in batch",
  version: "0.0.3",
  props: {
    aws,
    region: {
      propDefinition: [
        aws,
        "region",
      ],
    },
    db: "$.service.db",
    logGroupNames: {
      label: "CloudWatch Log Groups",
      description: "The log groups you'd like to query",
      type: "string[]",
      async options({ prevContext }) {
        const prevToken = prevContext.nextToken;
        const {
          logGroups,
          nextToken,
        } = await this.aws.logsInsightsDescibeLogGroups(this.region, prevToken);
        const options = logGroups.map((group) => {
          return {
            label: group.logGroupName,
            value: group.logGroupName,
          };
        });
        return {
          options,
          context: {
            nextToken,
          },
        };
      },
    },
    queryString: {
      label: "Logs Insights Query",
      description:
        "The query you'd like to run. See [this AWS doc](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudWatch/latest/logs/CWL_QuerySyntax.html) for help with query syntax",
      type: "string",
    },
    emitResultsInBatch: {
      type: "boolean",
      label: "Emit query results as a single event",
      description:
        "If `true`, all events are emitted as an array, within a single Pipedream event. If `false`, each row of results is emitted as its own event. Defaults to `true`",
      optional: true,
      default: true,
    },
    timer: {
      type: "$.interface.timer",
      default: {
        intervalSeconds: 5 * 60,
      },
    },
  },
  async run() {
    const now = +new Date();
    const startTime = this.db.get("startTime") || now - 1000 * 60 * 60;

    const AWS = this.aws.sdk(this.region);
    const cloudwatchlogs = new AWS.CloudWatchLogs();

    // First, start the query
    const params = {
      queryString: this.queryString,
      startTime,
      endTime: now,
      logGroupNames: this.logGroupNames,
    };

    const { queryId } = await cloudwatchlogs.startQuery(params).promise();

    // Then poll for its status, emitting each record as its own event when completed
    async function sleep(ms) {
      return new Promise((r) => setTimeout(r, ms));
    }

    let result, res;
    do {
      await sleep(1000);
      res = await cloudwatchlogs.getQueryResults({
        queryId,
      }).promise();
      result = res.status;
    } while (result === "Running" || result === "Scheduled");

    if (result !== "Complete") {
      throw new Error(`Query ${queryId} failed with status ${result}`);
    }

    console.log(JSON.stringify(res, null, 2));
    const { results } = res;

    if (!results || !results.length) {
      console.log("No results, exiting");
      this.db.set("startTime", now);
      return;
    }

    if (this.emitResultsInBatch === true) {
      this.$emit(results, {
        summary: JSON.stringify(results),
      });
    } else {
      for (const item of results) {
        this.$emit(item, {
          summary: JSON.stringify(item),
        });
      }
    }

    // The next time this source runs, query for data starting now
    this.db.set("startTime", now);
  },
};

Trigger Configuration

This component may be configured based on the props defined in the component code. Pipedream automatically prompts for input values in the UI and CLI.
LabelPropTypeDescription
AWSawsappThis component uses the AWS app.
AWS RegionregionstringSelect a value from the drop down menu.
N/Adb$.service.dbThis component uses $.service.db to maintain state between component invocations.
CloudWatch Log GroupslogGroupNamesstring[]Select a value from the drop down menu.
Logs Insights QueryqueryStringstring

The query you'd like to run. See this AWS doc for help with query syntax

Emit query results as a single eventemitResultsInBatchboolean

If true, all events are emitted as an array, within a single Pipedream event. If false, each row of results is emitted as its own event. Defaults to true

timer$.interface.timer

Trigger Authentication

AWS uses API keys for authentication. When you connect your AWS account, Pipedream securely stores the keys so you can easily authenticate to AWS APIs in both code and no-code steps.

Follow the AWS Instructions for creating an IAM user with an associated access and secret key.

As a best practice, attach the minimum set of IAM permissions necessary to perform the specific task in Pipedream. If your workflow only needs to perform a single API call, you should create a user and associate an IAM group / policy with permission to do only that task. You can create as many linked AWS accounts in Pipedream as you'd like.

Once done, enter your access and secret key below.

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Action

Description:Find issues by state and keyword.
Version:0.0.15
Key:github-search-issues-and-pull-requests

Action Code

const github = require('../../github.app.js')
const { Octokit } = require('@octokit/rest')

module.exports = {
  key: "github-search-issues-and-pull-requests",
  name: "Search Issues and Pull Requests",
  description: "Find issues by state and keyword.",
  version: "0.0.15",
  type: "action",
  props: {
    github,
    q: { propDefinition: [github, "q_issues_and_pull_requests"] },
    sort: { propDefinition: [github, "sortIssues"] },
    order: { propDefinition: [github, "order"] },
    paginate: { propDefinition: [github, "paginate"] },
  },
  async run() {
    const octokit = new Octokit({
      auth: this.github.$auth.oauth_access_token
    })
    
    if(this.paginate) {
      return await octokit.paginate(octokit.search.issuesAndPullRequests, { 
        q: this.q,
        sort: this.sort,
        order: this.order,
        per_page: 100,
      })
    } else {
      return (await octokit.search.issuesAndPullRequests({
        q: this.q,
        sort: this.sort,
        order: this.order,
        per_page: 100,
      })).data.items
    }
  },
}

Action Configuration

This component may be configured based on the props defined in the component code. Pipedream automatically prompts for input values in the UI.

LabelPropTypeDescription
GitHubgithubappThis component uses the GitHub app.
Keywordsqstring

Enter one or more search keywords and qualifiers. Qualifiers allow you to limit your search to specific areas of GitHub (this field supports the same qualifiers as search on GitHub.com). To learn more about the format of the query, see Constructing a search query. See Searching issues and pull requests for a detailed list of qualifiers.

SortsortstringSelect a value from the drop down menu:{ "label": "Best Match (default)", "value": "" }createdupdatedcommentsreactionsreactions-+1reactions--1reactions-smilereactions-thinking_facereactions-heartreactions-tadainteractions
orderorderstringSelect a value from the drop down menu:{ "label": "Descending", "value": "desc" }{ "label": "Ascending", "value": "asc" }
Auto-Paginatepaginateboolean

By default, retrieve all matching search results across all result pages. Set to false to limit results to the first page.

Action Authentication

GitHub uses OAuth authentication. When you connect your GitHub account, Pipedream will open a popup window where you can sign into GitHub and grant Pipedream permission to connect to your account. Pipedream securely stores and automatically refreshes the OAuth tokens so you can easily authenticate any GitHub API.

Pipedream requests the following authorization scopes when you connect your account:

repoadmin:orgadmin:public_keyadmin:org_hookgistnotificationsuserwrite:discussionwrite:packagesread:packages

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