No, Luis,  if the PR is accepted and lands, it will be in the next released version of nifi after that.

If you build nifi yourself, it will be available when you build master after it lands.

On April 27, 2020 at 13:56:36, Luis Carmona (lcarmona@openpartner.cl) wrote:

Thank you all,

Wesley and Etienne, is there any documentation source about how to
connect a script in javascript to nifi resources, InputStream,
OutputStream, Erros, and so on ?


Otto, sure I can give it a try, I am desperate for this solution. What
you mention means I have to look for a tutorial about adding a custom
processor right ?


Thanks again,

LC




On Mon, 2020-04-27 at 14:52 -0300, Wesley C. Dias de Oliveira wrote:
> Owh!
> br/>> Great, Otto!!
> br/>> Good news!!
> br/>> Em seg., 27 de abr. de 2020 às 14:50, Ottto Fowler <
> ottobackwards@gmail.com> escreveu:
> > What good timing, I just did : br/>> > https:://github.com/apache/nifi/pull/4234
> > If you can build and try that would be sweet! or maybe a review! br/>> > br/>> > On April 27, 2020 at 13:45:42, Etienne Jouvin ( <
> > lapinoujoujou@gmail.com) wrote:
> > > Hello.
> > > br/>> > > I did it with a processor EExecuteGroovyScript.
> > > br/>> > > The script body is somethinng like :
> > > br/>> > > import org.apache.http.entiity.mime.MultipartEntityBuilder
> > > import org.apache.http.entity.ContentType
> > > br/>> > > flowFFileList = session.get(100)
> > > if(!flowFileList.isEmpty()) {
> > > flowFileList.each { flowFile -> br//>> > > def multipart
> > > String text = flowFile.read().getText("UTF-8")
> > > br/>> > > flowFFile.write{streamIn, streamOut->
> > > multipart = MultipartEntityBuilder.create()
> > > //specify multipart entries here
> > > .addTextBody("object", text,
> > > ContentType.APPLICATION_JSON)
> > > .addBinaryBody("content", new
> > > File(flowFile.'document.content.path'),
> > > ContentType.create(flowFile.'document.mime.type'),
> > > flowFile.'document.name')
> > > .build()
> > > multipart.writeTo(streamOut)
> > > }
> > > //set the `documentum.action.rest.content.type` attribute to
> > > be used as `Content-Type` in InvokeHTTP
> > > flowFile.'document.content.type' =
> > > multipart.getContentType().getValue()
> > > session.transfer(flowFile, REL_SUCCESS)
> > > }
> > > }
> > > br/>> > > br/>> > > Attributes are : <
> > > document.content.path : content path
> > > document.mime.type : content mime type
> > > document.name : binaire content name
> > > br/>> > > Output update attribute <
> > > document.content.type : multipart content type.
> > > br/>> > > You need some extra librairries :
> > > httpcore-4.4.12.jar
> > > httpmime-4.5.10.jar
> > > br/>> > > This will build a multipartt as the flowfile content and you can
> > > use it for the call after.
> > > br/>> > > br/>> > > Etienne <
> > > br/>> > > br/>> > > Le lun. 27 avr. 2020 à 19:21, Luis Carmona <
> > > lcarmona@openpartner.cl> a écrit :
> > > > Hi everyone,
> > > > br/>> > > > Hoping everybody is doing ok, wherever you are, need some help
> > > > please.
> > > > br/>> > > > Does anyone has ssent a file and parameters to a REST point
> > > > using
> > > > Invokehhtp with multipart/form-data as mime-type ?
> > > > br/>> > > > I can't figure ouut how to include the -F <parameter>, speaking
> > > > in terms
> > > > of curl syntax.
> > > > br/>> > > > I really need thiis done throught NIFIso any help will be highly
> > > > apreciated.
> > > > br/>> > > > Thanks in advancee.
> > > > br/>> > > > LC <
> > > > br/>> br/>> br/> <