Source code for

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
The CherryPy rest object for the structure.

Below is an example post body::

        {"destinationTable": "Transactions._id", "value": 1234},
        {"destinationTable": "Transactions.submitter", "value": 34002},
        {"destinationTable": "Transactions.project", "value": "34002"},
        {"destinationTable": "Transactions.instrument", "value": 34002},
        {"destinationTable": "TransactionKeyValue", "key": "Tag", "value": "Blah"},
        {"destinationTable": "TransactionKeyValue", "key": "Taggy", "value": "Blah"},
        {"destinationTable": "TransactionKeyValue", "key": "Taggier", "value": "Blah"}
            "destinationTable": "Files",
            "_id": 34, "name": "foo.txt", "subdir": "a/b/",
            "ctime": "Tue Nov 29 14:09:05 PST 2016",
            "mtime": "Tue Nov 29 14:09:05 PST 2016",
            "size": 128, "mimetype": "text/plain"
            "destinationTable": "Files",
            "_id": 35, "name": "bar.txt", "subdir": "a/b/",
            "ctime": "Tue Nov 29 14:09:05 PST 2016",
            "mtime": "Tue Nov 29 14:09:05 PST 2016",
            "size": 47, "mimetype": "text/plain"
from six import text_type
from cherrypy import tools, request, HTTPError
from import UploaderPolicy

# pylint: disable=too-few-public-methods
[docs]class IngestPolicy(UploaderPolicy): """CherryPy Ingest Policy Class."""
[docs] @staticmethod def _pull_data_by_rec(query, table): """Pull the value for the table.""" for rec in query: if rec['destinationTable'] == table: return rec['value'] return None
[docs] def _valid_query(self, query): """Validate the metadata format.""" variables_to_query = { 'submitter': 'users', 'project': 'projects', 'instrument': 'instruments' } invalid_terms = [] valid_terms = {} for variable in variables_to_query: value = self._pull_data_by_rec( query, 'Transactions.{0}'.format(variable)) valid = self._object_id_valid(variables_to_query[variable], value) if not valid: invalid_terms.append(variable) else: valid_terms[variable] = value if not invalid_terms: # all the incoming terms are valid, check for xrefs if text_type(valid_terms['project']) not in self._projects_for_user_inst( valid_terms['submitter'], valid_terms['instrument']): invalid_terms.append( text_type('project ({}) not in user instrument list ({})').format( text_type(valid_terms['project']), self._projects_for_user_inst( valid_terms['submitter'], valid_terms['instrument'] ) ) ) if int(valid_terms['instrument']) not in self._instruments_for_user_proj( valid_terms['submitter'], valid_terms['project'] ): invalid_terms.append( text_type('instrument ({}) not in user project list ({})').format( int(valid_terms['instrument']), self._instruments_for_user_proj( valid_terms['submitter'], valid_terms['project'] ) ) ) if not invalid_terms: return {'status': 'success'} raise HTTPError(412, text_type( 'Precondition Failed: Invalid values for {0}').format(', '.join(invalid_terms)))
# pylint: disable=invalid-name
[docs] @tools.json_in() @tools.json_out() def POST(self): """Read in the json query and return results.""" metadata = request.json return self._valid_query(metadata)
# pylint: enable=invalid-name # pylint: enable=too-few-public-methods