akamai

Communication with Akamai's CCUAPI

npm install akamai
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Akamai API for Node.js

node-akamai allows for easy communication with Akamai's SOAP CCUAPI to purge/invalidate cached objects.

Note: The API for this module is going to be changing in the near future to better wrap the different functions the purge API provides.

Installation

npm install akamai

Example Usage

var akamai = require('akamai');

var myPurge = new akamai.purge([
  'http://example.com/somewhere',
  'http://example.com/cool',
  'http://example.com/but',
  'http://example.com/nowhere',
  'http://example.com/real'
], {
  user: 'john@example.com',
  password: '...',
  domain: 'production',
  notify: ['john@example.com', 'developers@example.com']
}, function(err, responses) {
  if (err) {
    console.log(err);
    return;
  }

  console.log(require('util').inspect(responses, true, 3, true));
});

.purge(urls, options, [callback])

Create a purge request. Note that any request made must declared with the new keyword. The resulting object is an extension of the EventEmitter so you are able to attach to the various events that are listed below.

urls

Array of strings representing the full urls of the content you wish to be purged. Depending on the options.type value, this array can represent cpcode names to be purged/invalidated.

options

  • type Of urls. They can be urls or cpcodes.
    • arl [Default]
    • cpcode
  • domain The network to target your request.
    • production [Default]
    • staging
  • action
    • remove [Default]
    • invalidate
  • user [Required] Username to authenicate with the API.
  • password [Required] Password for the user.
  • notify [Required] String or Array of Strings representing email address(es).

callback(err, responses)

Provides 2 arguments, the error object and the responses array. The error object is null if no error occurred. The responses array contains instances of the AkamaiPurgeResponse class. This class parses and describes the response from the API.

events

error

myPurge.on('error', function(err, response, request, urlSet) {
  console.log(err);
});

success

myPurge.on('success', function(responses) {
  console.log(responses);
});

request-success

myPurge.on('request-success', function(response) {
  console.log(response);
});

Bugs or Feature Requests?

Please use GitHub's issue tracker.

License

Node-Akamai is available under the MIT license

Copyright (c) 2012 Julian Lannigan

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