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package io.kubernetes.client.examples;

import io.kubernetes.client.custom.IntOrString;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.ApiClient;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.ApiException;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.Configuration;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.apis.CoreV1Api;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1DeleteOptions;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1Pod;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1PodBuilder;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1Service;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1ServiceBuilder;
import io.kubernetes.client.openapi.models.V1Status;
import io.kubernetes.client.util.Config;
import io.kubernetes.client.util.Yaml;
import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.HashMap;

/**
 * A simple example of how to parse a Kubernetes object.
 *
 * <p>Easiest way to run this: mvn exec:java
 * -Dexec.mainClass="io.kubernetes.client.examples.YamlExample"
 *
 * <p>From inside $REPO_DIR/examples
 */
public class YamlExample {
  public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException, ApiException, ClassNotFoundException {
    V1Pod pod =
        new V1PodBuilder()
            .withNewMetadata()
            .withName("apod")
            .endMetadata()
            .withNewSpec()
            .addNewContainer()
            .withName("www")
            .withImage("nginx")
            .withNewResources()
            .withLimits(new HashMap<>())
            .endResources()
            .endContainer()
            .endSpec()
            .build();
    System.out.println(Yaml.dump(pod));

    V1Service svc =
        new V1ServiceBuilder()
            .withNewMetadata()
            .withName("aservice")
            .endMetadata()
            .withNewSpec()
            .withSessionAffinity("ClientIP")
            .withType("NodePort")
            .addNewPort()
            .withProtocol("TCP")
            .withName("client")
            .withPort(8008)
            .withNodePort(8080)
            .withTargetPort(new IntOrString(8080))
            .endPort()
            .endSpec()
            .build();
    System.out.println(Yaml.dump(svc));

    // Read yaml configuration file, and deploy it
    ApiClient client = Config.defaultClient();
    Configuration.setDefaultApiClient(client);

    //  See issue #474. Not needed at most cases, but it is needed if you are using war
    //  packging or running this on JUnit.
    Yaml.addModelMap("v1", "Service", V1Service.class);

    // Example yaml file can be found in $REPO_DIR/test-svc.yaml
    File file = new File("test-svc.yaml");
    V1Service yamlSvc = (V1Service) Yaml.load(file);

    // Deployment and StatefulSet is defined in apps/v1, so you should use AppsV1Api instead of
    // CoreV1API
    CoreV1Api api = new CoreV1Api();
    V1Service createResult = api.createNamespacedService("default", yamlSvc, null, null, null);

    System.out.println(createResult);

    V1Status deleteResult =
        api.deleteNamespacedService(
            yamlSvc.getMetadata().getName(),
            "default",
            null,
            null,
            null,
            null,
            null,
            new V1DeleteOptions());
    System.out.println(deleteResult);
  }
}