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import six
class NodeData(object):
"""Data about a node in the graph, to be passed along to other nodes."""
__slots__ = ('primary_key', 'name', 'uuid',
'_reference_id', '_attributes',
'action', 'status')
def __init__(self, primary_key, resource_name, uuid,
reference_id, attributes, action, status):
"""Initialise with data about the resource processed by the node.
:param primary_key: the ID of the resource in the database
:param name: the logical resource name
:param uuid: the UUID of the resource
:param reference_id: the value to be returned by get_resource
:param attributes: dict of attributes values to be returned by get_attr
:param action: the last resource action
:param status: the status of the last action
self.primary_key = primary_key = resource_name
self.uuid = uuid
self._reference_id = reference_id
self._attributes = attributes
self.action = action
self.status = status
def reference_id(self):
"""Return the reference ID of the resource.
i.e. the result that the {get_resource: } intrinsic function should
return for this resource.
return self._reference_id
def attributes(self):
"""Return a dict of all available top-level attribute values."""
attrs = {k: v
for k, v in self._attributes.items()
if isinstance(k, six.string_types)}
for v in six.itervalues(attrs):
if isinstance(v, Exception):
raise v
return attrs
def attribute(self, attr_name):
"""Return the specified attribute value."""
val = self._attributes[attr_name]
if isinstance(val, Exception):
raise val
return val
def attribute_names(self):
"""Iterate over valid top-level attribute names."""
for key in self._attributes:
if isinstance(key, six.string_types):
yield key
yield key[0]
def as_dict(self):
"""Return a dict representation of the data.
This is the format that is serialised and stored in the database's
for v in six.itervalues(self._attributes):
if isinstance(v, Exception):
raise v
return {
'id': self.primary_key,
'reference_id': self.reference_id(),
'attrs': dict(self._attributes),
'status': self.status,
'action': self.action,
'uuid': self.uuid,
def from_dict(cls, node_data):
"""Create a new NodeData object from deserialised data.
This reads the format that is stored in the database, and is the
inverse of as_dict().
if isinstance(node_data, cls):
return node_data
return cls(node_data.get('id'),
node_data.get('attrs', {}),
def load_resources_data(data):
"""Return the data for all of the resources that meet at a SyncPoint.
The input is the input_data dict from a SyncPoint received over RPC. The
keys (which are ignored) are resource primary keys.
The output is a dict of NodeData objects with the resource names as the
nodes = (NodeData.from_dict(nd) for nd in data.values() if nd is not None)
return { node for node in nodes}