Source code for SoftLayer.API

"""
    SoftLayer.API
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    SoftLayer API bindings

    :license: MIT, see LICENSE for more details.
"""
import warnings

from SoftLayer import auth as slauth
from SoftLayer import config
from SoftLayer import consts
from SoftLayer import transports

# pylint: disable=invalid-name


API_PUBLIC_ENDPOINT = consts.API_PUBLIC_ENDPOINT
API_PRIVATE_ENDPOINT = consts.API_PRIVATE_ENDPOINT
__all__ = [
    'create_client_from_env',
    'Client',
    'BaseClient',
    'API_PUBLIC_ENDPOINT',
    'API_PRIVATE_ENDPOINT',
]

VALID_CALL_ARGS = set((
    'id',
    'mask',
    'filter',
    'headers',
    'compress',
    'raw_headers',
    'limit',
    'offset',
    'verify',
))


[docs]def create_client_from_env(username=None, api_key=None, endpoint_url=None, timeout=None, auth=None, config_file=None, proxy=None, user_agent=None, transport=None, verify=True): """Creates a SoftLayer API client using your environment. Settings are loaded via keyword arguments, environemtal variables and config file. :param username: an optional API username if you wish to bypass the package's built-in username :param api_key: an optional API key if you wish to bypass the package's built in API key :param endpoint_url: the API endpoint base URL you wish to connect to. Set this to API_PRIVATE_ENDPOINT to connect via SoftLayer's private network. :param proxy: proxy to be used to make API calls :param integer timeout: timeout for API requests :param auth: an object which responds to get_headers() to be inserted into the xml-rpc headers. Example: `BasicAuthentication` :param config_file: A path to a configuration file used to load settings :param user_agent: an optional User Agent to report when making API calls if you wish to bypass the packages built in User Agent string :param transport: An object that's callable with this signature: transport(SoftLayer.transports.Request) :param bool verify: decide to verify the server's SSL/TLS cert. DO NOT SET TO FALSE WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING THE IMPLICATIONS. Usage: >>> import SoftLayer >>> client = SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() >>> resp = client.call('Account', 'getObject') >>> resp['companyName'] 'Your Company' """ settings = config.get_client_settings(username=username, api_key=api_key, endpoint_url=endpoint_url, timeout=timeout, proxy=proxy, verify=verify, config_file=config_file) if transport is None: url = settings.get('endpoint_url') if url is not None and '/rest' in url: # If this looks like a rest endpoint, use the rest transport transport = transports.RestTransport( endpoint_url=settings.get('endpoint_url'), proxy=settings.get('proxy'), timeout=settings.get('timeout'), user_agent=user_agent, verify=verify, ) else: # Default the transport to use XMLRPC transport = transports.XmlRpcTransport( endpoint_url=settings.get('endpoint_url'), proxy=settings.get('proxy'), timeout=settings.get('timeout'), user_agent=user_agent, verify=verify, ) # If we have enough information to make an auth driver, let's do it if auth is None and settings.get('username') and settings.get('api_key'): # NOTE(kmcdonald): some transports mask other transports, so this is # a way to find the 'real' one real_transport = getattr(transport, 'transport', transport) if isinstance(real_transport, transports.XmlRpcTransport): auth = slauth.BasicAuthentication( settings.get('username'), settings.get('api_key'), ) elif isinstance(real_transport, transports.RestTransport): auth = slauth.BasicHTTPAuthentication( settings.get('username'), settings.get('api_key'), ) return BaseClient(auth=auth, transport=transport)
[docs]def Client(**kwargs): """Get a SoftLayer API Client using environmental settings. Deprecated in favor of create_client_from_env() """ warnings.warn("use SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() instead", DeprecationWarning) return create_client_from_env(**kwargs)
[docs]class BaseClient(object): """Base SoftLayer API client. :param auth: auth driver that looks like SoftLayer.auth.AuthenticationBase :param transport: An object that's callable with this signature: transport(SoftLayer.transports.Request) """ _prefix = "SoftLayer_" def __init__(self, auth=None, transport=None): self.auth = auth self.transport = transport
[docs] def authenticate_with_password(self, username, password, security_question_id=None, security_question_answer=None): """Performs Username/Password Authentication :param string username: your SoftLayer username :param string password: your SoftLayer password :param int security_question_id: The security question id to answer :param string security_question_answer: The answer to the security question """ self.auth = None res = self.call('User_Customer', 'getPortalLoginToken', username, password, security_question_id, security_question_answer) self.auth = slauth.TokenAuthentication(res['userId'], res['hash']) return res['userId'], res['hash']
def __getitem__(self, name): """Get a SoftLayer Service. :param name: The name of the service. E.G. Account Usage: >>> import SoftLayer >>> client = SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() >>> client['Account'] <Service: Account> """ return Service(self, name)
[docs] def call(self, service, method, *args, **kwargs): """Make a SoftLayer API call. :param method: the method to call on the service :param \\*args: (optional) arguments for the remote call :param id: (optional) id for the resource :param mask: (optional) object mask :param dict filter: (optional) filter dict :param dict headers: (optional) optional XML-RPC headers :param boolean compress: (optional) Enable/Disable HTTP compression :param dict raw_headers: (optional) HTTP transport headers :param int limit: (optional) return at most this many results :param int offset: (optional) offset results by this many :param boolean iter: (optional) if True, returns a generator with the results :param bool verify: verify SSL cert :param cert: client certificate path Usage: >>> import SoftLayer >>> client = SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() >>> client.call('Account', 'getVirtualGuests', mask="id", limit=10) [...] """ if kwargs.pop('iter', False): return self.iter_call(service, method, *args, **kwargs) invalid_kwargs = set(kwargs.keys()) - VALID_CALL_ARGS if invalid_kwargs: raise TypeError( 'Invalid keyword arguments: %s' % ','.join(invalid_kwargs)) if self._prefix and not service.startswith(self._prefix): service = self._prefix + service http_headers = {'Accept': '*/*'} if kwargs.get('compress', True): http_headers['Accept-Encoding'] = 'gzip, deflate, compress' else: http_headers['Accept-Encoding'] = None if kwargs.get('raw_headers'): http_headers.update(kwargs.get('raw_headers')) request = transports.Request() request.service = service request.method = method request.args = args request.transport_headers = http_headers request.identifier = kwargs.get('id') request.mask = kwargs.get('mask') request.filter = kwargs.get('filter') request.limit = kwargs.get('limit') request.offset = kwargs.get('offset') if kwargs.get('verify') is not None: request.verify = kwargs.get('verify') if self.auth: extra_headers = self.auth.get_headers() if extra_headers: warnings.warn("auth.get_headers() is deprecated and will be " "removed in the next major version", DeprecationWarning) request.headers.update(extra_headers) request = self.auth.get_request(request) request.headers.update(kwargs.get('headers', {})) return self.transport(request)
__call__ = call
[docs] def iter_call(self, service, method, *args, **kwargs): """A generator that deals with paginating through results. :param service: the name of the SoftLayer API service :param method: the method to call on the service :param integer chunk: result size for each API call (defaults to 100) :param \\*args: same optional arguments that ``Service.call`` takes :param \\*\\*kwargs: same optional keyword arguments that ``Service.call`` takes """ chunk = kwargs.pop('chunk', 100) limit = kwargs.pop('limit', None) offset = kwargs.pop('offset', 0) if chunk <= 0: raise AttributeError("Chunk size should be greater than zero.") if limit: chunk = min(chunk, limit) result_count = 0 kwargs['iter'] = False while True: if limit: # We've reached the end of the results if result_count >= limit: break # Don't over-fetch past the given limit if chunk + result_count > limit: chunk = limit - result_count results = self.call(service, method, offset=offset, limit=chunk, *args, **kwargs) # It looks like we ran out results if not results: break # Apparently this method doesn't return a list. # Why are you even iterating over this? if not isinstance(results, list): yield results break for item in results: yield item result_count += 1 offset += chunk if len(results) < chunk: break
def __repr__(self): return "Client(transport=%r, auth=%r)" % (self.transport, self.auth) __str__ = __repr__ def __len__(self): return 0
class Service(object): """A SoftLayer Service. :param client: A SoftLayer.API.Client instance :param name str: The service name """ def __init__(self, client, name): self.client = client self.name = name def call(self, name, *args, **kwargs): """Make a SoftLayer API call :param service: the name of the SoftLayer API service :param method: the method to call on the service :param \\*args: same optional arguments that ``BaseClient.call`` takes :param \\*\\*kwargs: same optional keyword arguments that ``BaseClient.call`` takes :param service: the name of the SoftLayer API service Usage: >>> import SoftLayer >>> client = SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() >>> client['Account'].getVirtualGuests(mask="id", limit=10) [...] """ return self.client.call(self.name, name, *args, **kwargs) __call__ = call def iter_call(self, name, *args, **kwargs): """A generator that deals with paginating through results. :param method: the method to call on the service :param integer chunk: result size for each API call :param \\*args: same optional arguments that ``Service.call`` takes :param \\*\\*kwargs: same optional keyword arguments that ``Service.call`` takes Usage: >>> import SoftLayer >>> client = SoftLayer.create_client_from_env() >>> gen = client.call('Account', 'getVirtualGuests', iter=True) >>> for virtual_guest in gen: ... virtual_guest['id'] ... 1234 4321 """ return self.client.iter_call(self.name, name, *args, **kwargs) def __getattr__(self, name): if name in ["__name__", "__bases__"]: raise AttributeError("'Obj' object has no attribute '%s'" % name) def call_handler(*args, **kwargs): " Handler that actually makes the API call " return self(name, *args, **kwargs) return call_handler def __repr__(self): return "<Service: %s>" % (self.name,) __str__ = __repr__