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Source code for galaxy.managers.roles

Manager and Serializer for Roles.

import logging
from typing import List

from sqlalchemy import (
from sqlalchemy.exc import (

from galaxy import model
from galaxy.exceptions import (
from galaxy.managers import base
from galaxy.managers.context import ProvidesUserContext
from galaxy.model import Role
from galaxy.model.base import transaction
from galaxy.model.scoped_session import galaxy_scoped_session
from galaxy.schema.schema import RoleDefinitionModel
from galaxy.util import unicodify

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class RoleManager(base.ModelManager[model.Role]): """ Business logic for roles. """ model_class = model.Role foreign_key_name = "role" user_assoc = model.UserRoleAssociation group_assoc = model.GroupRoleAssociation
[docs] def get(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext, role_id: int) -> model.Role: """ Method loads the role from the DB based on the given role id. :param role_id: id of the role to load from the DB :type role_id: int :returns: the loaded Role object :rtype: galaxy.model.Role :raises: InconsistentDatabase, RequestParameterInvalidException, InternalServerError """ try: stmt = select(self.model_class).where(self.model_class.id == role_id) role = self.session().execute(stmt).scalar_one() except MultipleResultsFound: raise InconsistentDatabase("Multiple roles found with the same id.") except NoResultFound: raise ObjectNotFound("No accessible role found with the id provided.") except Exception as e: raise InternalServerError(f"Error loading from the database.{unicodify(e)}") if not (trans.user_is_admin or trans.app.security_agent.ok_to_display(trans.user, role)): raise ObjectNotFound("No accessible role found with the id provided.") return role
[docs] def list_displayable_roles(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext) -> List[Role]: roles = [] stmt = select(Role).where(Role.deleted == false()) for role in trans.sa_session.scalars(stmt): if trans.user_is_admin or trans.app.security_agent.ok_to_display(trans.user, role): roles.append(role) return roles
[docs] def create_role(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext, role_definition_model: RoleDefinitionModel) -> model.Role: name = role_definition_model.name description = role_definition_model.description user_ids = role_definition_model.user_ids or [] group_ids = role_definition_model.group_ids or [] stmt = select(Role).where(Role.name == name).limit(1) if trans.sa_session.scalars(stmt).first(): raise Conflict(f"A role with that name already exists [{name}]") role_type = Role.types.ADMIN # TODO: allow non-admins to create roles role = Role(name=name, description=description, type=role_type) trans.sa_session.add(role) users = [trans.sa_session.get(model.User, i) for i in user_ids] groups = [trans.sa_session.get(model.Group, i) for i in group_ids] # Create the UserRoleAssociations for user in users: trans.app.security_agent.associate_user_role(user, role) # Create the GroupRoleAssociations for group in groups: trans.app.security_agent.associate_group_role(group, role) with transaction(trans.sa_session): trans.sa_session.commit() return role
[docs] def delete(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext, role: model.Role) -> model.Role: role.deleted = True trans.sa_session.add(role) with transaction(trans.sa_session): trans.sa_session.commit() return role
[docs] def purge(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext, role: model.Role) -> model.Role: # This method should only be called for a Role that has previously been deleted. # Purging a deleted Role deletes all of the following from the database: # - UserRoleAssociations where role_id == Role.id # - DefaultUserPermissions where role_id == Role.id # - DefaultHistoryPermissions where role_id == Role.id # - GroupRoleAssociations where role_id == Role.id # - DatasetPermissionss where role_id == Role.id sa_session = trans.sa_session if not role.deleted: raise RequestParameterInvalidException(f"Role '{role.name}' has not been deleted, so it cannot be purged.") # Delete UserRoleAssociations for ura in role.users: user = sa_session.get(trans.app.model.User, ura.user_id) assert user # Delete DefaultUserPermissions for associated users for dup in user.default_permissions: if role == dup.role: sa_session.delete(dup) # Delete DefaultHistoryPermissions for associated users for history in user.histories: for dhp in history.default_permissions: if role == dhp.role: sa_session.delete(dhp) sa_session.delete(ura) # Delete GroupRoleAssociations for gra in role.groups: sa_session.delete(gra) # Delete DatasetPermissionss for dp in role.dataset_actions: sa_session.delete(dp) # Delete the role sa_session.delete(role) with transaction(sa_session): sa_session.commit() return role
[docs] def undelete(self, trans: ProvidesUserContext, role: model.Role) -> model.Role: if not role.deleted: raise RequestParameterInvalidException( f"Role '{role.name}' has not been deleted, so it cannot be undeleted." ) role.deleted = False trans.sa_session.add(role) with transaction(trans.sa_session): trans.sa_session.commit() return role
[docs]def get_roles_by_ids(session: galaxy_scoped_session, role_ids): stmt = select(Role).where(Role.id.in_(role_ids)) return session.scalars(stmt).all()