Source code for galaxy.webapps.galaxy.api.workflows

API operations for Workflows
from __future__ import absolute_import

import json
import logging
import os

import requests
from markupsafe import escape
from sqlalchemy import desc, false, or_, true
from sqlalchemy.orm import joinedload

from galaxy import (
from galaxy.managers import (
from galaxy.model.item_attrs import UsesAnnotations
from import populate_state
from import workflow_building_modes
from galaxy.util.sanitize_html import sanitize_html
from galaxy.web import _future_expose_api as expose_api
from galaxy.web import _future_expose_api_anonymous_and_sessionless as expose_api_anonymous_and_sessionless
from galaxy.web.base.controller import (
from galaxy.workflow.extract import extract_workflow
from galaxy.workflow.modules import module_factory
from import invoke, queue_invoke
from galaxy.workflow.run_request import build_workflow_run_configs
from tool_shed.galaxy_install.install_manager import InstallRepositoryManager

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class WorkflowsAPIController(BaseAPIController, UsesStoredWorkflowMixin, UsesAnnotations, SharableMixin):
[docs] def __init__(self, app): super(WorkflowsAPIController, self).__init__(app) self.history_manager = histories.HistoryManager(app) self.workflow_manager = workflows.WorkflowsManager(app) self.workflow_contents_manager = workflows.WorkflowContentsManager(app)
def __get_full_shed_url(self, url): for name, shed_url in if url in shed_url: return shed_url return None
[docs] @expose_api_anonymous_and_sessionless def index(self, trans, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows """ return self.get_workflows_list(trans, kwd)
[docs] @expose_api def get_workflow_menu(self, trans, **kwd): """ Get workflows present in the tools panel GET /api/workflows/menu """ user = trans.get_user() ids_in_menu = [x.stored_workflow_id for x in user.stored_workflow_menu_entries] return { 'ids_in_menu': ids_in_menu, 'workflows': self.get_workflows_list(trans, kwd) }
[docs] @expose_api def set_workflow_menu(self, trans, **kwd): """ Save workflow menu to be shown in the tool panel PUT /api/workflows/menu """ payload = kwd.get('payload') user = trans.get_user() workflow_ids = payload.get('workflow_ids') if workflow_ids is None: workflow_ids = [] elif type(workflow_ids) != list: workflow_ids = [workflow_ids] workflow_ids_decoded = [] # Decode the encoded workflow ids for ids in workflow_ids: workflow_ids_decoded.append( sess = trans.sa_session # This explicit remove seems like a hack, need to figure out # how to make the association do it automatically. for m in user.stored_workflow_menu_entries: sess.delete(m) user.stored_workflow_menu_entries = [] q = sess.query(model.StoredWorkflow) # To ensure id list is unique seen_workflow_ids = set() for wf_id in workflow_ids_decoded: if wf_id in seen_workflow_ids: continue else: seen_workflow_ids.add(wf_id) m = model.StoredWorkflowMenuEntry() m.stored_workflow = q.get(wf_id) user.stored_workflow_menu_entries.append(m) sess.flush() message = "Menu updated." trans.set_message(message) return {'message': message, 'status': 'done'}
[docs] def get_workflows_list(self, trans, kwd): """ Displays a collection of workflows. :param show_published: if True, show also published workflows :type show_published: boolean :param missing_tools: if True, include a list of missing tools per workflow :type missing_tools: boolean """ missing_tools = util.string_as_bool(kwd.get('missing_tools', 'False')) rval = [] filter1 = ( == trans.user) user = trans.get_user() if user is None: show_published = util.string_as_bool(kwd.get('show_published', 'True')) else : show_published = util.string_as_bool(kwd.get('show_published', 'False')) if show_published: filter1 = or_(filter1, ( == true())) for wf in trans.sa_session.query( joinedload("latest_workflow").undefer("step_count").lazyload("steps")).options( joinedload("tags")).filter( filter1, == false()).order_by( desc( item = wf.to_dict(value_mapper={'id':}) encoded_id = item['url'] = url_for('workflow', id=encoded_id) item['owner'] = wf.user.username item['number_of_steps'] = wf.latest_workflow.step_count item['show_in_tool_panel'] = False if user is not None: item['show_in_tool_panel'] = wf.show_in_tool_panel( rval.append(item) for wf_sa in trans.sa_session.query(model.StoredWorkflowUserShareAssociation).join( model.StoredWorkflowUserShareAssociation.stored_workflow).options( joinedload("stored_workflow").joinedload("latest_workflow").undefer("step_count").lazyload("steps")).options( joinedload("stored_workflow").joinedload("user")).options( joinedload("stored_workflow").joinedload("tags")).filter(model.StoredWorkflowUserShareAssociation.user == trans.user).filter( model.StoredWorkflow.deleted == false()).order_by( desc(model.StoredWorkflow.update_time)).all(): item = wf_sa.stored_workflow.to_dict(value_mapper={'id':}) encoded_id = item['url'] = url_for('workflow', id=encoded_id) item['slug'] = wf_sa.stored_workflow.slug item['owner'] = wf_sa.stored_workflow.user.username item['number_of_steps'] = wf_sa.stored_workflow.latest_workflow.step_count item['show_in_tool_panel'] = False if user is not None: item['show_in_tool_panel'] = wf_sa.stored_workflow.show_in_tool_panel( rval.append(item) if missing_tools: workflows_missing_tools = [] workflows = [] workflows_by_toolshed = dict() for key, value in enumerate(rval): tool_ids = [] workflow_details = self.workflow_contents_manager.workflow_to_dict(trans, self.__get_stored_workflow(trans, value['id']), style='instance') if 'steps' in workflow_details: for step in workflow_details['steps']: tool_id = workflow_details['steps'][step].get('tool_id') if tool_id and tool_id not in tool_ids and tool_ids.append(tool_id) if len(tool_ids) > 0: value['missing_tools'] = tool_ids workflows_missing_tools.append(value) for workflow in workflows_missing_tools: for tool_id in workflow['missing_tools']: toolshed, _, owner, name, tool, version = tool_id.split('/') shed_url = self.__get_full_shed_url(toolshed) repo_identifier = '/'.join([toolshed, owner, name]) if repo_identifier not in workflows_by_toolshed: workflows_by_toolshed[repo_identifier] = dict(shed=shed_url.rstrip('/'), repository=name, owner=owner, tools=[tool_id], workflows=[workflow['name']]) else: if tool_id not in workflows_by_toolshed[repo_identifier]['tools']: workflows_by_toolshed[repo_identifier]['tools'].append(tool_id) if workflow['name'] not in workflows_by_toolshed[repo_identifier]['workflows']: workflows_by_toolshed[repo_identifier]['workflows'].append(workflow['name']) for repo_tag in workflows_by_toolshed: workflows.append(workflows_by_toolshed[repo_tag]) return workflows return rval
[docs] @expose_api_anonymous_and_sessionless def show(self, trans, id, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows/{encoded_workflow_id} Displays information needed to run a workflow from the command line. """ stored_workflow = self.__get_stored_workflow(trans, id) if stored_workflow.importable is False and stored_workflow.user != trans.user and not trans.user_is_admin: if trans.sa_session.query(, stored_workflow=stored_workflow).count() == 0: message = "Workflow is neither importable, nor owned by or shared with current user" raise exceptions.ItemAccessibilityException(message) if kwd.get("legacy", False): style = "legacy" else: style = "instance" version = kwd.get('version') return self.workflow_contents_manager.workflow_to_dict(trans, stored_workflow, style=style, version=version)
[docs] @expose_api def show_versions(self, trans, workflow_id, **kwds): """ GET /api/workflows/{encoded_workflow_id}/versions Lists all versions of this workflow. """ stored_workflow = self.workflow_manager.get_stored_accessible_workflow(trans, workflow_id) return [{'version': i, 'update_time': str(w.update_time), 'steps': len(w.steps)} for i, w in enumerate(reversed(stored_workflow.workflows))]
[docs] @expose_api def create(self, trans, payload, **kwd): """ POST /api/workflows Run or create workflows from the api. If installed_repository_file or from_history_id is specified a new workflow will be created for this user. Otherwise, workflow_id must be specified and this API method will cause a workflow to execute. :param installed_repository_file The path of a workflow to import. Either workflow_id, installed_repository_file or from_history_id must be specified :type installed_repository_file str :param workflow_id: An existing workflow id. Either workflow_id, installed_repository_file or from_history_id must be specified :type workflow_id: str :param parameters: If workflow_id is set - see _update_step_parameters() :type parameters: dict :param ds_map: If workflow_id is set - a dictionary mapping each input step id to a dictionary with 2 keys: 'src' (which can be 'ldda', 'ld' or 'hda') and 'id' (which should be the id of a LibraryDatasetDatasetAssociation, LibraryDataset or HistoryDatasetAssociation respectively) :type ds_map: dict :param no_add_to_history: If workflow_id is set - if present in the payload with any value, the input datasets will not be added to the selected history :type no_add_to_history: str :param history: If workflow_id is set - optional history where to run the workflow, either the name of a new history or "hist_id=HIST_ID" where HIST_ID is the id of an existing history. If not specified, the workflow will be run a new unnamed history :type history: str :param replacement_params: If workflow_id is set - an optional dictionary used when renaming datasets :type replacement_params: dict :param from_history_id: Id of history to extract a workflow from. Either workflow_id, installed_repository_file or from_history_id must be specified :type from_history_id: str :param job_ids: If from_history_id is set - optional list of jobs to include when extracting a workflow from history :type job_ids: str :param dataset_ids: If from_history_id is set - optional list of HDA `hid`s corresponding to workflow inputs when extracting a workflow from history :type dataset_ids: str :param dataset_collection_ids: If from_history_id is set - optional list of HDCA `hid`s corresponding to workflow inputs when extracting a workflow from history :type dataset_collection_ids: str :param workflow_name: If from_history_id is set - name of the workflow to create when extracting a workflow from history :type workflow_name: str :param allow_tool_state_corrections: If set to True, any Tool parameter changes will not prevent running workflow, defaults to False :type allow_tool_state_corrections: bool :param use_cached_job: If set to True galaxy will attempt to find previously executed steps for all workflow steps with the exact same parameter combinations and will copy the outputs of the previously executed step. """ ways_to_create = set([ 'archive_source', 'workflow_id', 'installed_repository_file', 'from_history_id', 'from_path', 'shared_workflow_id', 'workflow', ]) if len(ways_to_create.intersection(payload)) == 0: message = "One parameter among - %s - must be specified" % ", ".join(ways_to_create) raise exceptions.RequestParameterMissingException(message) if len(ways_to_create.intersection(payload)) > 1: message = "Only one parameter among - %s - must be specified" % ", ".join(ways_to_create) raise exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException(message) if 'installed_repository_file' in payload: if not trans.user_is_admin: raise exceptions.AdminRequiredException() installed_repository_file = payload.get('installed_repository_file', '') if not os.path.exists(installed_repository_file): raise exceptions.MessageException("Repository file '%s' not found.") elif os.path.getsize(os.path.abspath(installed_repository_file)) > 0: workflow_data = None with open(installed_repository_file, 'rb') as f: workflow_data = return self.__api_import_from_archive(trans, workflow_data) else: raise exceptions.MessageException("You attempted to open an empty file.") if 'archive_source' in payload: archive_source = payload['archive_source'] archive_file = payload.get('archive_file') archive_data = None if archive_source: if archive_source.startswith("file://"): if not trans.user_is_admin: raise exceptions.AdminRequiredException() workflow_src = {"src": "from_path", "path": archive_source[len("file://"):]} payload["workflow"] = workflow_src return self.__api_import_new_workflow(trans, payload, **kwd) else: try: archive_data = requests.get(archive_source).text except Exception: raise exceptions.MessageException("Failed to open URL '%s'." % escape(archive_source)) elif hasattr(archive_file, 'file'): uploaded_file = archive_file.file uploaded_file_name = if os.path.getsize(os.path.abspath(uploaded_file_name)) > 0: archive_data = else: raise exceptions.MessageException("You attempted to upload an empty file.") else: raise exceptions.MessageException("Please provide a URL or file.") return self.__api_import_from_archive(trans, archive_data, "uploaded file") if 'from_history_id' in payload: from_history_id = payload.get('from_history_id') from_history_id = self.decode_id(from_history_id) history = self.history_manager.get_accessible(from_history_id, trans.user, current_history=trans.history) job_ids = [self.decode_id(_) for _ in payload.get('job_ids', [])] dataset_ids = payload.get('dataset_ids', []) dataset_collection_ids = payload.get('dataset_collection_ids', []) workflow_name = payload['workflow_name'] stored_workflow = extract_workflow( trans=trans, user=trans.get_user(), history=history, job_ids=job_ids, dataset_ids=dataset_ids, dataset_collection_ids=dataset_collection_ids, workflow_name=workflow_name, ) item = stored_workflow.to_dict(value_mapper={'id':}) item['url'] = url_for('workflow', id=item['id']) return item if 'from_path' in payload: from_path = payload.get('from_path') payload["workflow"] = {"src": "from_path", "path": from_path} return self.__api_import_new_workflow(trans, payload, **kwd) if 'shared_workflow_id' in payload: workflow_id = payload['shared_workflow_id'] return self.__api_import_shared_workflow(trans, workflow_id, payload) if 'workflow' in payload: return self.__api_import_new_workflow(trans, payload, **kwd) workflow_id = payload.get('workflow_id', None) if not workflow_id: message = "Invalid workflow_id specified." raise exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException(message) # Get workflow + accessibility check. stored_workflow = self.__get_stored_accessible_workflow(trans, workflow_id) workflow = stored_workflow.latest_workflow run_configs = build_workflow_run_configs(trans, workflow, payload) assert len(run_configs) == 1 run_config = run_configs[0] history = run_config.target_history # invoke may throw MessageExceptions on tool erors, failure # to match up inputs, etc... outputs, invocation = invoke( trans=trans, workflow=workflow, workflow_run_config=run_config, populate_state=True, ) trans.sa_session.flush() # Build legacy output - should probably include more information from # outputs. rval = {} rval['history'] = rval['outputs'] = [] if outputs: # Newer outputs don't necessarily fill outputs (?) for step in workflow.steps: if step.type == 'tool' or step.type is None: for v in outputs[].values(): rval['outputs'].append( # Newer version of this API just returns the invocation as a dict, to # facilitate migration - produce the newer style response and blend in # the older information. invocation_response = self.__encode_invocation(invocation, **kwd) invocation_response.update(rval) return invocation_response
[docs] @expose_api def workflow_dict(self, trans, workflow_id, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows/{encoded_workflow_id}/download Returns a selected workflow as a json dictionary. """ stored_workflow = self.__get_stored_accessible_workflow(trans, workflow_id) style = kwd.get("style", "export") download_format = kwd.get('format') version = kwd.get('version') ret_dict = self.workflow_contents_manager.workflow_to_dict(trans, stored_workflow, style=style, version=version) if download_format == 'json-download': sname = sname = ''.join(c in util.FILENAME_VALID_CHARS and c or '_' for c in sname)[0:150] trans.response.headers["Content-Disposition"] = 'attachment; filename=""' % (sname) trans.response.set_content_type('application/galaxy-archive') return ret_dict
[docs] @expose_api def delete(self, trans, id, **kwd): """ DELETE /api/workflows/{encoded_workflow_id} Deletes a specified workflow Author: rpark copied from (delete) """ workflow_id = id try: stored_workflow = trans.sa_session.query( except Exception as e: trans.response.status = 400 return ("Workflow with ID='%s' can not be found\n Exception: %s") % (workflow_id, str(e)) # check to see if user has permissions to selected workflow if stored_workflow.user != trans.user and not trans.user_is_admin: trans.response.status = 403 return("Workflow is not owned by current user") # Mark a workflow as deleted stored_workflow.deleted = True trans.sa_session.flush() # TODO: Unsure of response message to let api know that a workflow was successfully deleted return ("Workflow '%s' successfully deleted" %
[docs] @expose_api def import_new_workflow_deprecated(self, trans, payload, **kwd): """ POST /api/workflows/upload Importing dynamic workflows from the api. Return newly generated workflow id. Author: rpark # currently assumes payload['workflow'] is a json representation of a workflow to be inserted into the database Deprecated in favor to POST /api/workflows with encoded 'workflow' in payload the same way. """ return self.__api_import_new_workflow(trans, payload, **kwd)
[docs] @expose_api def update(self, trans, id, payload, **kwds): """ * PUT /api/workflows/{id} updates the workflow stored with ``id`` :type id: str :param id: the encoded id of the workflow to update :type payload: dict :param payload: a dictionary containing any or all the * workflow the json description of the workflow as would be produced by GET workflows/<id>/download or given to `POST workflows` The workflow contents will be updated to target this. * name optional string name for the workflow, if not present in payload, name defaults to existing name * annotation optional string annotation for the workflow, if not present in payload, annotation defaults to existing annotation * menu_entry optional boolean marking if the workflow should appear in the user's menu, if not present, workflow menu entries are not modified :rtype: dict :returns: serialized version of the workflow """ stored_workflow = self.__get_stored_workflow(trans, id) workflow_dict = payload.get('workflow') or payload if workflow_dict: raw_workflow_description = self.__normalize_workflow(trans, workflow_dict) workflow_dict = raw_workflow_description.as_dict new_workflow_name = workflow_dict.get('name') or workflow_dict.get('name') if new_workflow_name and new_workflow_name != sanitized_name = sanitize_html(new_workflow_name) workflow = stored_workflow.latest_workflow.copy() workflow.stored_workflow = stored_workflow = sanitized_name = sanitized_name stored_workflow.latest_workflow = workflow trans.sa_session.add(workflow, stored_workflow) trans.sa_session.flush() if 'annotation' in workflow_dict: newAnnotation = sanitize_html(workflow_dict['annotation']) self.add_item_annotation(trans.sa_session, trans.get_user(), stored_workflow, newAnnotation) if 'menu_entry' in workflow_dict or 'show_in_tool_panel' in workflow_dict: if workflow_dict.get('menu_entry') or workflow_dict.get('show_in_tool_panel'): menuEntry = model.StoredWorkflowMenuEntry() menuEntry.stored_workflow = stored_workflow trans.get_user().stored_workflow_menu_entries.append(menuEntry) else: # remove if in list entries = {x.stored_workflow_id: x for x in trans.get_user().stored_workflow_menu_entries} if ( in entries): trans.get_user().stored_workflow_menu_entries.remove(entries[]) # set tags, item=stored_workflow, new_tags_list=workflow_dict.get('tags', [])) if 'steps' in workflow_dict: try: from_dict_kwds = self.__import_or_update_kwds(payload) workflow, errors = self.workflow_contents_manager.update_workflow_from_raw_description( trans, stored_workflow, raw_workflow_description, **from_dict_kwds ) except workflows.MissingToolsException: raise exceptions.MessageException("This workflow contains missing tools. It cannot be saved until they have been removed from the workflow or installed.") else: # We only adjusted tags and menu entry return payload else: message = "Updating workflow requires dictionary containing 'workflow' attribute with new JSON description." raise exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException(message) return self.workflow_contents_manager.workflow_to_dict(trans, stored_workflow, style="instance")
[docs] @expose_api def build_module(self, trans, payload={}): """ POST /api/workflows/build_module Builds module models for the workflow editor. """ inputs = payload.get('inputs', {}) trans.workflow_building_mode = workflow_building_modes.ENABLED module = module_factory.from_dict(trans, payload) if 'tool_state' not in payload: module_state = {} populate_state(trans, module.get_inputs(), inputs, module_state, check=False) module.recover_state(module_state) return { 'label' : inputs.get('__label', ''), 'annotation' : inputs.get('__annotation', ''), 'name' : module.get_name(), 'tool_state' : module.get_state(), 'inputs' : module.get_all_inputs(connectable_only=True), 'outputs' : module.get_all_outputs(), 'config_form' : module.get_config_form(), 'post_job_actions' : module.get_post_job_actions(inputs) }
# # -- Helper methods -- # def __api_import_from_archive(self, trans, archive_data, source=None): try: data = json.loads(archive_data) except Exception: raise exceptions.MessageException("The data content does not appear to be a valid workflow.") if not data: raise exceptions.MessageException("The data content is missing.") raw_workflow_description = self.__normalize_workflow(trans, data) workflow, missing_tool_tups = self._workflow_from_dict(trans, raw_workflow_description, source=source) workflow = workflow.latest_workflow if workflow.has_errors: return {"message": "Imported, but some steps in this workflow have validation errors.", "status": "error"} elif len(workflow.steps) == 0: return {"message": "Imported, but this workflow has no steps.", "status": "error"} elif workflow.has_cycles: return {"message": "Imported, but this workflow contains cycles.", "status": "error"} return {"message": "Workflow '%s' imported successfully." % escape(, "status": "success"} def __api_import_new_workflow(self, trans, payload, **kwd): data = payload['workflow'] raw_workflow_description = self.__normalize_workflow(trans, data) data = raw_workflow_description.as_dict import_tools = util.string_as_bool(payload.get("import_tools", False)) if import_tools and not trans.user_is_admin: raise exceptions.AdminRequiredException() from_dict_kwds = self.__import_or_update_kwds(payload) publish = util.string_as_bool(payload.get("publish", False)) # If 'publish' set, default to importable. importable = util.string_as_bool(payload.get("importable", publish)) if publish and not importable: raise exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException("Published workflow must be importable.") from_dict_kwds["publish"] = publish workflow, missing_tool_tups = self._workflow_from_dict(trans, raw_workflow_description, **from_dict_kwds) if importable: self._make_item_accessible(trans.sa_session, workflow) trans.sa_session.flush() # galaxy workflow newly created id workflow_id = # api encoded, id encoded_id = item = workflow.to_dict(value_mapper={'id':}) item['url'] = url_for('workflow', id=encoded_id) item['owner'] = workflow.user.username item['number_of_steps'] = len(workflow.latest_workflow.steps) if import_tools: tools = {} for key in data['steps']: item = data['steps'][key] if item is not None: if 'tool_shed_repository' in item: tool_shed_repository = item['tool_shed_repository'] if 'owner' in tool_shed_repository and 'changeset_revision' in tool_shed_repository and 'name' in tool_shed_repository and 'tool_shed' in tool_shed_repository: toolstr = tool_shed_repository['owner'] \ + tool_shed_repository['changeset_revision'] \ + tool_shed_repository['name'] \ + tool_shed_repository['tool_shed'] tools[toolstr] = tool_shed_repository irm = InstallRepositoryManager( for k in tools: item = tools[k] tool_shed_url = 'https://' + item['tool_shed'] + '/' name = item['name'] owner = item['owner'] changeset_revision = item['changeset_revision'] irm.install(tool_shed_url, name, owner, changeset_revision, payload) return item def __import_or_update_kwds(self, payload): # Galaxy will try to upgrade tool versions that don't match exactly during import, # this prevents that. exact_tools = util.string_as_bool(payload.get("exact_tools", True)) # Fill in missing tool state for hand built so the workflow can run, default of this # should become True at some point in the future I imagine. fill_defaults = util.string_as_bool(payload.get("fill_defaults", False)) return { 'exact_tools': exact_tools, 'fill_defaults': fill_defaults, } def __normalize_workflow(self, trans, as_dict): return self.workflow_contents_manager.normalize_workflow_format(trans, as_dict)
[docs] @expose_api def import_shared_workflow_deprecated(self, trans, payload, **kwd): """ POST /api/workflows/import Import a workflow shared by other users. :param workflow_id: the workflow id (required) :type workflow_id: str :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ # Pull parameters out of payload. workflow_id = payload.get('workflow_id', None) if workflow_id is None: raise exceptions.ObjectAttributeMissingException("Missing required parameter 'workflow_id'.") self.__api_import_shared_workflow(trans, workflow_id, payload)
def __api_import_shared_workflow(self, trans, workflow_id, payload, **kwd): try: stored_workflow = self.get_stored_workflow(trans, workflow_id, check_ownership=False) except Exception: raise exceptions.ObjectNotFound("Malformed workflow id ( %s ) specified." % workflow_id) if stored_workflow.importable is False: raise exceptions.ItemAccessibilityException('The owner of this workflow has disabled imports via this link.') elif stored_workflow.deleted: raise exceptions.ItemDeletionException("You can't import this workflow because it has been deleted.") imported_workflow = self._import_shared_workflow(trans, stored_workflow) item = imported_workflow.to_dict(value_mapper={'id':}) encoded_id = item['url'] = url_for('workflow', id=encoded_id) return item
[docs] @expose_api def invoke(self, trans, workflow_id, payload, **kwd): """ POST /api/workflows/{encoded_workflow_id}/invocations Schedule the workflow specified by `workflow_id` to run. """ # Get workflow + accessibility check. stored_workflow = self.__get_stored_accessible_workflow(trans, workflow_id) workflow = stored_workflow.latest_workflow run_configs = build_workflow_run_configs(trans, workflow, payload) is_batch = payload.get('batch') if not is_batch and len(run_configs) != 1: raise exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException("Must specify 'batch' to use batch parameters.") invocations = [] for run_config in run_configs: workflow_scheduler_id = payload.get('scheduler', None) # TODO: workflow scheduler hints work_request_params = dict(scheduler=workflow_scheduler_id) workflow_invocation = queue_invoke( trans=trans, workflow=workflow, workflow_run_config=run_config, request_params=work_request_params ) invocation = self.encode_all_ids(trans, workflow_invocation.to_dict(), recursive=True) invocations.append(invocation) if is_batch: return invocations else: return invocations[0]
[docs] @expose_api def index_invocations(self, trans, workflow_id=None, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows/{workflow_id}/invocations GET /api/invocations Get the list of a user's workflow invocations. If workflow_id is supplied (either via URL or query parameter) it should be an encoded StoredWorkflow id and returned invocations will be restricted to that workflow. history_id (an encoded History id) can be used to further restrict the query. If neither a workflow_id or history_id is supplied, all the current user's workflow invocations will be indexed (as determined by the invocation being executed on one of the user's histories). :param workflow_id: an encoded stored workflow id to restrict query to :type workflow_id: str :param history_id: an encoded history id to restrict query to :type history_id: str :param view: level of detail to return per invocation 'element' or 'collection'. :type view: str :param step_details: If 'view' is 'element', also include details on individual steps. :type step_details: bool :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ if workflow_id is not None: stored_workflow_id = self.__get_stored_workflow(trans, workflow_id).id else: stored_workflow_id = None encoded_history_id = kwd.get("history_id", None) if encoded_history_id: history = self.history_manager.get_accessible(self.decode_id(encoded_history_id), trans.user, current_history=trans.history) history_id = else: history_id = None if stored_workflow_id is None and encoded_history_id is None: user_id = else: user_id = None invocations = self.workflow_manager.build_invocations_query( trans, stored_workflow_id=stored_workflow_id, history_id=history_id, user_id=user_id ) return self.workflow_manager.serialize_workflow_invocations(invocations, **kwd)
[docs] @expose_api def show_invocation(self, trans, workflow_id, invocation_id, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows/{workflow_id}/invocations/{invocation_id} Get detailed description of workflow invocation :param workflow_id: the workflow id (required) :type workflow_id: str :param invocation_id: the invocation id (required) :type invocation_id: str :param step_details: fetch details about individual invocation steps and populate a steps attribute in the resulting dictionary. Defaults to false. :type step_details: bool :param legacy_job_state: If step_details is true, and this is set to true populate the invocation step state with the job state instead of the invocation step state. This will also produce one step per job in mapping jobs to mimic the older behavior with respect to collections. Partially scheduled steps may provide incomplete information and the listed steps outputs are the mapped over step outputs but the individual job outputs when this is set - at least for now. :type legacy_job_state: bool :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ decoded_workflow_invocation_id = self.decode_id(invocation_id) workflow_invocation = self.workflow_manager.get_invocation(trans, decoded_workflow_invocation_id) if workflow_invocation: step_details = util.string_as_bool(kwd.get('step_details', 'False')) legacy_job_state = util.string_as_bool(kwd.get('legacy_job_state', 'False')) return self.__encode_invocation(workflow_invocation, step_details=step_details, legacy_job_state=legacy_job_state) return None
[docs] @expose_api def cancel_invocation(self, trans, workflow_id, invocation_id, **kwd): """ DELETE /api/workflows/{workflow_id}/invocations/{invocation_id} Cancel the specified workflow invocation. :param workflow_id: the workflow id (required) :type workflow_id: str :param invocation_id: the usage id (required) :type invocation_id: str :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ decoded_workflow_invocation_id = self.decode_id(invocation_id) workflow_invocation = self.workflow_manager.cancel_invocation(trans, decoded_workflow_invocation_id) return self.__encode_invocation(workflow_invocation, **kwd)
[docs] @expose_api def invocation_step(self, trans, workflow_id, invocation_id, step_id, **kwd): """ GET /api/workflows/{workflow_id}/invocations/{invocation_id}/steps/{step_id} :param workflow_id: the workflow id (required) :type workflow_id: str :param invocation_id: the invocation id (required) :type invocation_id: str :param step_id: encoded id of the WorkflowInvocationStep (required) :type step_id: str :param payload: payload containing update action information for running workflow. :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ decoded_invocation_step_id = self.decode_id(step_id) invocation_step = self.workflow_manager.get_invocation_step( trans, decoded_invocation_step_id ) return self.__encode_invocation_step(trans, invocation_step)
[docs] @expose_api def update_invocation_step(self, trans, workflow_id, invocation_id, step_id, payload, **kwd): """ PUT /api/workflows/{workflow_id}/invocations/{invocation_id}/steps/{step_id} Update state of running workflow step invocation - still very nebulous but this would be for stuff like confirming paused steps can proceed etc.... :param workflow_id: the workflow id (required) :type workflow_id: str :param invocation_id: the usage id (required) :type invocation_id: str :param step_id: encoded id of the WorkflowInvocationStep (required) :type step_id: str :raises: exceptions.MessageException, exceptions.ObjectNotFound """ decoded_invocation_step_id = self.decode_id(step_id) action = payload.get("action", None) invocation_step = self.workflow_manager.update_invocation_step( trans, decoded_invocation_step_id, action=action, ) return self.__encode_invocation_step(trans, invocation_step)
def __encode_invocation_step(self, trans, invocation_step): return self.encode_all_ids( trans, invocation_step.to_dict('element'), True ) def __get_stored_accessible_workflow(self, trans, workflow_id): return self.workflow_manager.get_stored_accessible_workflow(trans, workflow_id) def __get_stored_workflow(self, trans, workflow_id): return self.workflow_manager.get_stored_workflow(trans, workflow_id) def __encode_invocation(self, invocation, **kwd): return self.workflow_manager.serialize_workflow_invocation(invocation, **kwd)