Source code for resdk.resources.base

"""Constants and abstract classes."""

import copy
import logging
import operator

from ..constants import ALL_PERMISSIONS
from ..utils.decorators import assert_object_exists
from .permissions import PermissionsManager
from .utils import parse_resolwe_datetime

[docs]class BaseResource: """Abstract resource. One and only one of the identifiers (slug, id or model_data) should be given. :param resolwe: Resolwe instance :type resolwe: Resolwe object :param model_data: Resource model data """ endpoint = None query_endpoint = None query_method = "GET" full_search_paramater = None delete_warning_single = "Do you really want to delete {}?[yN]" delete_warning_bulk = "Do you really want to delete {} objects?[yN]" READ_ONLY_FIELDS = ("id",) UPDATE_PROTECTED_FIELDS = () WRITABLE_FIELDS = () all_permissions = [] # override this in subclass def __init__(self, resolwe, **model_data): """Initialize attributes.""" self._original_values = {} self.api = operator.attrgetter(self.endpoint)(resolwe.api) self.resolwe = resolwe self.logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) #: unique identifier of an object = None if model_data: self._update_fields(model_data)
[docs] @classmethod def fetch_object(cls, resolwe, id=None, slug=None): """Return resource instance that is uniquely defined by identifier.""" if (id is None and slug is None) or (id and slug): raise ValueError("One and only one of id or slug must be given") query = resolwe.get_query_by_resource(cls) if id: return query.get(id=id) return query.get(slug=slug)
[docs] def fields(self): """Resource fields.""" return ( self.READ_ONLY_FIELDS + self.UPDATE_PROTECTED_FIELDS + self.WRITABLE_FIELDS )
def _update_fields(self, payload): """Update fields of the local resource based on the server values.""" self._original_values = copy.deepcopy(payload) for field_name in self.fields(): setattr(self, field_name, payload.get(field_name, None))
[docs] def update(self): """Update resource fields from the server.""" response = self.api( self._update_fields(response)
def _dehydrate_resources(self, obj): """Iterate through object and replace all objects with their ids.""" # Prevent circular imports: from .descriptor import DescriptorSchema from .process import Process if isinstance(obj, DescriptorSchema) or isinstance(obj, Process): # Slug can only be given at create requests (id not present yet) if not return {"slug": obj.slug} return {"id":} if isinstance(obj, BaseResource): return {"id":} if isinstance(obj, list): return [self._dehydrate_resources(element) for element in obj] if isinstance(obj, dict): return {key: self._dehydrate_resources(value) for key, value in obj.items()} return obj
[docs] def save(self): """Save resource to the server.""" def field_changed(field_name): """Check if local field value is different from the server.""" current_value = getattr(self, field_name, None) original_value = self._original_values.get(field_name, None) if isinstance(current_value, BaseResource) and original_value: # TODO: Check that current and original are instances of the same resource class return != original_value.get("id", None) else: return current_value != original_value def assert_fields_unchanged(field_names): """Assert that fields in ``field_names`` were not changed.""" changed_fields = [name for name in field_names if field_changed(name)] if changed_fields: msg = "Not allowed to change read only fields {}".format( ", ".join(changed_fields) ) raise ValueError(msg) if # update resource assert_fields_unchanged( self.READ_ONLY_FIELDS + self.UPDATE_PROTECTED_FIELDS ) payload = {} for field_name in self.WRITABLE_FIELDS: if field_changed(field_name): payload[field_name] = self._dehydrate_resources( getattr(self, field_name) ) if "sample" in payload: payload["entity"] = payload.pop("sample") if payload: response = self.api( self._update_fields(response) else: # create resource assert_fields_unchanged(self.READ_ONLY_FIELDS) field_names = self.WRITABLE_FIELDS + self.UPDATE_PROTECTED_FIELDS payload = { field_name: self._dehydrate_resources(getattr(self, field_name)) for field_name in field_names if getattr(self, field_name) is not None } if "sample" in payload: payload["entity"] = payload.pop("sample") from .annotations import AnnotationValue # Annotation models have primarykey serializer. if isinstance(self, AnnotationValue): payload["field"] = payload["field"]["id"] payload["entity"] = payload["entity"]["id"] response = self._update_fields(response)
[docs] def delete(self, force=False): """Delete the resource object from the server. :param bool force: Do not trigger confirmation prompt. WARNING: Be sure that you really know what you are doing as deleted objects are not recoverable. """ if force is not True: user_input = input(self.delete_warning_single.format(self)) if user_input.strip().lower() != "y": return response = self.api( # This could either be True or a background task data. if response is not True: # Resolve circular import from .background_task import BackgroundTask BackgroundTask(resolwe=self.resolwe, **response).wait() return True
def __setattr__(self, name, value): """Detect changes of read only fields. This method detects changes of scalar fields and references. A more comprehensive check is called before save. """ if ( hasattr(self, "_original_values") and name in self._original_values and name in self.READ_ONLY_FIELDS and value != self._original_values[name] ): raise ValueError("Can not change read only field {}".format(name)) super().__setattr__(name, value) def __eq__(self, obj): """Evaluate if objects are the same.""" if ( self.__class__ == obj.__class__ and self.resolwe.url == obj.resolwe.url and == ): return True else: return False def _resource_setter(self, payload, resource, field): """Set ``resource`` with ``payload`` on ``field``.""" if isinstance(payload, resource): setattr(self, field, payload) elif isinstance(payload, dict): setattr(self, field, resource(resolwe=self.resolwe, **payload)) elif isinstance(payload, int): setattr(self, field, resource.fetch_object(self.resolwe, id=payload)) elif isinstance(payload, str): setattr(self, field, resource.fetch_object(self.resolwe, slug=payload)) else: setattr(self, field, payload)
[docs]class BaseResolweResource(BaseResource): """Base class for Resolwe resources. One and only one of the identifiers (slug, id or model_data) should be given. :param resolwe: Resolwe instance :type resolwe: Resolwe object :param model_data: Resource model data """ _permissions = None READ_ONLY_FIELDS = BaseResource.READ_ONLY_FIELDS + ( "current_user_permissions", "id", "version", ) WRITABLE_FIELDS = BaseResource.WRITABLE_FIELDS + ( "name", "slug", ) all_permissions = ALL_PERMISSIONS def __init__(self, resolwe, **model_data): """Initialize attributes.""" self.logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) #: User object of the contributor (lazy loaded) self._contributor = None #: current user permissions self.current_user_permissions = None #: name of resource = None #: human-readable unique identifier self.slug = None #: resource version self.version = None BaseResource.__init__(self, resolwe, **model_data) @property @assert_object_exists def permissions(self): """Permissions.""" if not self._permissions: self._permissions = PermissionsManager( self.all_permissions, self.api(, self.resolwe ) return self._permissions @property @assert_object_exists def contributor(self): """Contributor.""" if self._contributor is None: contributor_data = self._original_values.get("contributor", {}) try: self._contributor = self.resolwe.user.get(id=contributor_data.get("id")) except LookupError: from . import User # Normal user has only access to his user instance on user # endpoint. Instead of returning None for all other # contributors, data that is received in response is used to # populate User resource. self._contributor = User( self.resolwe, id=contributor_data.get("id"), username=contributor_data.get("username"), first_name=contributor_data.get("first_name"), last_name=contributor_data.get("last_name"), ) return self._contributor @property @assert_object_exists def created(self): """Creation time.""" return parse_resolwe_datetime(self._original_values["created"]) @property @assert_object_exists def modified(self): """Modification time.""" return parse_resolwe_datetime(self._original_values["modified"])
[docs] def update(self): """Clear permissions cache and update the object.""" self.permissions.clear_cache() super().update()
def __repr__(self): """Format resource name.""" return "{} <id: {}, slug: '{}', name: '{}'>".format( self.__class__.__name__,, self.slug, )