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Subject [GitHub] [incubator-openwhisk] rabbah opened a new pull request #4559: Allow parameters to be designated as init time properties
Date Tue, 16 Jul 2019 17:52:57 GMT
rabbah opened a new pull request #4559: Allow parameters to be designated as init time properties
   As discussed on the [dev list](
this patch allows parameters to be designated as init time parameters. The result of such
a designation is that the corresponding parameters are communicated to the action at initialization
time and should be exported to the action's environment accordingly. This change requires
updates to the action runtimes for the latter details and will be done separately.
   This PR does not yet update the documentation since the CLI is also not updated and until
we have all the runtime support in place, it doesn't make sense to document the feature yet.

   The commit history shows the implementation evolution from using a heuristic to a parameter
modifier. Each commit is self-contained and can be reviewed on its own.
   ## Description
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   ## Related issue and scope
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   - [x] I opened an issue to propose and discuss this change (#4558)
   ## My changes affect the following components
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   - [x] API
   - [x] Controller
   - [ ] Message Bus (e.g., Kafka)
   - [ ] Loadbalancer
   - [x] Invoker
   - [ ] Intrinsic actions (e.g., sequences, conductors)
   - [ ] Data stores (e.g., CouchDB)
   - [ ] Tests
   - [ ] Deployment
   - [ ] CLI
   - [ ] General tooling
   - [ ] Documentation
   ## Types of changes
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   - [ ] Bug fix (generally a non-breaking change which closes an issue).
   - [x] Enhancement or new feature (adds new functionality).
   - [ ] Breaking change (a bug fix or enhancement which changes existing behavior).
   ## Checklist:
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   - [x] I signed an [Apache CLA](
   - [x] I reviewed the [style guides](
and followed the recommendations (Travis CI will check :).
   - [x] I added tests to cover my changes.
   - [x] My changes require further changes to the documentation.
   - [x] I updated the documentation where necessary.

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