Use instructions found in get feature toggles state data document to collect state data from an ida.
The resulting file should be named following this pattern: <ida_name>_.*json.
The <ida_name> will be used to link this data with annotations data.
To generate report, you will pass path to a directory containing state data to feature_toggle_report.py script. The script can handle 2 structures of this directory.
First create this empty directory. Now populate it with data based on either of these two use cases:
For each env, create a directory named following this name pattern: <env_name>_env. Populate these env directories with their state value files (json).
For this use case, you can either follow the directory structure listed above, or do the following:
Create an empty directory following this name pattern: <env_name>_env. Populate it with state data json files.
Use instructions found in get feature toggles annotation data document to collect annotations data.
Rename the resulting yml file <ida_name>-annotations.yml. This step is necessary, as the feature toggle report generator will key off the ida_name in the filename in order to be able to link this data to the toggle state data collected in the next step. Create a directory called annotation-data, and place the resulting annotation report from each IDA into this directory.
Place all resulting annotations yml files in a single directory. The name of annotations directory does not matter.
Use instructions found in “Creating a Feature Toggle Report” section of Readme to generate report.