When a driver is loaded into Engine, it becomes a dependency. Dependencies are available as the blueprint from which modules are created. The
/dependenciesendpoint provide methods to discover, load and update these. For more on the role the drivers play, see:
The dependency's unique ID.
Human readable name for the dependency.
The Ruby class name of the driver.
The kind of module this instantiates (e.g.
Additional information that describes the dependency.
A URL or port number that is typical for modules using this.
Default state of connectivity monitoring for instances.
A JSON object containing configuration shared by all instances.
Timestamp of creation.
Queries default to searching for any of the entered terms (words). A small query language provides the ability to structure complex queries.
Matches both terms.
Matches either terms.
Negates a single token.
Wraps tokens to form a phrase.
Specifies edit distance (fuzziness) after a word.
Specifies slop amount (deviation) after a phrase.