Client for Notification API

2.7.0 2022-10-27 08:57 UTC

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Last update: 2022-12-27 09:20:03 UTC


PHP client for the Notification API (API docs).


The client uses two kinds of authorizations - Storage API token for Subscription API (SubscriptionClient class) and Manage API Application token with scope notifications:push-event for the Events API (EventsClient class).

composer require keboola/notification-api-php-client
use Keboola\NotificationClient\EventsClient;
use Keboola\NotificationClient\Requests\PostEvent\JobFailedEventData;
use Keboola\NotificationClient\Requests\PostEvent\JobData;
use Keboola\NotificationClient\Requests\Event;
use Psr\Log\NullLogger;

$client = new EventsClient(
    new NullLogger(),
    new Event(        
        new JobFailedEventData(
            'My Project',
            'Job finished with error',
            new JobData('my-project', '123', 'http://someUrl', '2020-01-02', '2020-01-01', 'my-orchestration')

or use a factory to create the client

use Keboola\NotificationClient\ClientFactory;

$clientFactory = new ClientFactory('');


  • Create an Azure service principal to download the required images and login:

        ACR_REGISTRY_ID=$(az acr show --name keboolapes --query id --output tsv --subscription c5182964-8dca-42c8-a77a-fa2a3c6946ea)
        SP_PASSWORD=$(az ad sp create-for-rbac --name http://$SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_NAME --scopes $ACR_REGISTRY_ID --role acrpull --query password --output tsv)
        SP_APP_ID=$(az ad sp show --id http://$SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_NAME --query appId --output tsv)    
  • Login and check that you can pull the image:

        docker login --username $SP_APP_ID --password $SP_PASSWORD
        docker pull
  • Add the credentials to the k8s cluster:

        kubectl create secret docker-registry regcred --docker-server="" --docker-username="$SP_APP_ID" --docker-password="$SP_PASSWORD" --namespace dev-notification-client
        kubectl patch serviceaccount default -p "{\"imagePullSecrets\":[{\"name\":\"regcred\"}]}" --namespace dev-notification-client
  • Set the following environment variables in file (use as sample):

    • STORAGE_API_URL - Keboola Connection URL to arbitrary stack where the notification service is registered.
    • TEST_STORAGE_API_TOKEN - Token to a test project.
    • TEST_STORAGE_API_PROJECT_ID - Project ID of the test project.
    • TEST_MANAGE_API_APPLICATION_TOKEN - Application token with scope notifications:push-event.
  • Set one of Azure or AWS resources (or both, but only one is needed).

AWS Setup

  • Create a user (NotificationUser) for local development using the provisioning/aws.json CF template.
    • Create AWS key for the created user.
    • Set the following environment variables in file (use as sample):
      • TEST_AWS_ACCESS_KEY - The created security credentials for the JobQueueApiPhpClient user.
      • TEST_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY - The created security credentials for the JobQueueApiPhpClient user.
      • AWS_REGION - Region output of the above stack.
      • AWS_LOGS_S3_BUCKET - S3LogsBucket output of the above stackk.

Azure Setup

  • Create a resource group:

    az account set --subscription "Keboola DEV PS Team CI"
    az group create --name testing-notification-api-php-client --location "East US"
  • Create a service principal:

    az ad sp create-for-rbac --name testing-notification-api-php-client
  • Use the response to set values TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_ID, TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET and TEST_AZURE_TENANT_ID in the file:

      "appId": "268a6f05-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx", //-> TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_ID
      "displayName": "testing-notification-api-php-client",
      "name": "http://testing-notification-api-php-client",
      "password": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx", //-> TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET
      "tenant": "9b85ee6f-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" //-> TEST_AZURE_TENANT_ID
  • Get ID of the service principal:

    SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_ID=$(az ad sp list --display-name testing-notification-api-php-client --query "[0].objectId" --output tsv)
  • Deploy the Storage Account for logs, provide tenant ID, service principal ID and group ID from the previous commands:

    az deployment group create --resource-group testing-notification-api-php-client --template-file provisioning/azure.json --parameters vault_name=test-notification-client tenant_id=$TEST_AZURE_TENANT_ID service_principal_object_id=$SERVICE_PRINCIPAL_ID
  • Get the connection string

    az storage account show-connection-string -g testing-notification-api-php-client -n mirontfcnacc2 --query "connectionString" --output tsv

Set the connection string and container name you provided as parameter to the create command to following environment variables in the file:


Generate environment configuration

export DATABASE_URL_BASE64=$(printf "mysql://root:root@dev-mysql-service:3310/notifications?serverVersion=8.0" | base64 --wrap=0)
export DATABASE_PASSWORD_BASE64=$(printf "root" | base64 --wrap=0)
export TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET_BASE64=$(printf "%s" "$TEST_AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET"| base64 --wrap=0)
export TEST_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY_BASE64=$(printf "%s" "$TEST_AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY"| base64 --wrap=0)

envsubst < provisioning/environments.yaml.template > provisioning/environments.yaml
kubectl apply -f provisioning/environments.yaml
kubectl apply -f provisioning/notification.yaml
TEST_NOTIFICATION_API_IP=`kubectl get svc --output jsonpath --template "{.items[?(\"dev-notification-service\")].status.loadBalancer.ingress[].ip}" --namespace=dev-notification-client`



Run tests

  • With the above setup, you can run tests:

    docker-compose build
    source ./ && docker-compose run tests
  • To run tests with local code use:

    docker-compose run tests-local composer install
    source ./ && docker-compose run tests-local


MIT licensed, see LICENSE file.