python-zaqarclient/examples/signed_url_auth.py

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# Copyright 2016 Catalyst IT Ltd
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from zaqarclient.queues.v2 import client
URL = 'http://localhost:8888'
def create_post_delete(queue_name, messages):
"""Presigned queue example
Creates a queue, posts messages to it and finally deletes it with
``signed-url`` auth strategy enabled on Zaqar server side.
:params queue_name: The name of the queue
:type queue_name: str
:params messages: Messages to post.
:type messages: list
"""
conf = {'auth_opts':
{'backend': 'signed-url',
'options': {'signature': '',
'expires': '',
'methods': ['GET', 'PATCH', 'POST', 'PUT'],
'paths': ['/v2/queues/beijing/claims'],
'os_project_id': '2887aabf368046a3bb0070f1c0413470'}
}
}
cli = client.Client(URL, conf=conf)
queue = cli.queue(queue_name)
queue.post(messages)
for msg in queue.messages(echo=True):
print(msg.body)
msg.delete()
if __name__ == '__main__':
messages = [{'body': {'id': idx}, 'ttl': 360}
for idx in range(20)]
create_post_delete('beijing', messages)