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This REST API was build to accept pushes of young professionals and jobs from the jobify website.
It uses MongoDB as Datastorage.
It communicates with the matching workers using RabbitMq message queuing.
The Python architecture divides into three parts.
As communication between Rest-API and Workers a Message Queue Service is used. On Python side we use Celery and the Server is RabbitMQ.
The api runs in a separate environment provided by a Docker image.
First of all you need to install
PyCharm Debugger can be attached to Docker Containers. This is very useful for debugging.
Please make yourself familiar with this method before going on and create separate run profiles for running the worker and the rest api with the Docker Compose context.
The API part can be run without bigger problems local or in the docker container. Long waiting times most likely indicate that the database can not be connected.
The worker can be a little bit tricky to debug.
However, there are some possibilities to do this:
You can run the flask api in the docker container
and have your local python installation running the
Please edit the file for your current debug action (e.g. which yp or cp to process).
You can run the worker with celery.
This can be done in the container (it happens when you run
This is useful when you want to have a test calculation based on some changes.
You can also run the worker with celery locally. This is rather complicated to achieve and I would not recommend this unless you smell some trouble in the celery multitasking or the worker data exchange.
You can also attach a worker (with attached Debug Console) to the prod system. Just provide the relevant environmental variables and a tunnel to the MongoDB and the RabbitMQ server.