resque-result

resque-result

If you want to be able fetch the result from a Resque job's perform method. Results will be encoded using JSON. For example: require 'resque-result' class MyJob extend Resque::Plugins::Result def self.perform(meta_id, big_num) factor(big_num) end end meta0 = MyJob.enqueue(3574406403731) meta0.enqueued_at # => 'Wed May 19 13:42:41 -0600 2010' meta0.meta_id # => '03c9e1a045ad012dd20500264a19273c' # later meta1 = MyJob.get_meta('03c9e1a045ad012dd20500264a19273c') meta1.succeeded? # => true meta1.result # => [ 1299709, 2750159 ]

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1.0.1
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2010-09-11 06:00:00 UTC
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2010-06-04 06:00:00 UTC
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2010-09-11 06:08:00 UTC
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