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Source code for galaxy.managers.cloudauthzs

Manager and (de)serializer for cloud authorizations (cloudauthzs).

import logging

from galaxy import model
from galaxy.exceptions import (
from galaxy.managers import base
from galaxy.managers import sharable

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class CloudAuthzManager(sharable.SharableModelManager): model_class = model.CloudAuthz foreign_key_name = 'cloudauthz'
[docs] def __init__(self, app, *args, **kwargs): super(CloudAuthzManager, self).__init__(app, *args, **kwargs)
[docs]class CloudAuthzsSerializer(base.ModelSerializer): """ Interface/service object for serializing cloud authorizations (cloudauthzs) into dictionaries. """ model_manager_class = CloudAuthzManager
[docs] def __init__(self, app, **kwargs): super(CloudAuthzsSerializer, self).__init__(app, **kwargs) self.cloudauthzs_manager = self.manager self.default_view = 'summary' self.add_view('summary', [ 'id', 'model_class', 'user_id', 'provider', 'config', 'authn_id', 'last_update', 'last_activity', 'create_time', 'description' ])
[docs] def add_serializers(self): super(CloudAuthzsSerializer, self).add_serializers() # Arguments of the following lambda functions: # i : an instance of galaxy.model.CloudAuthz. # k : serialized dictionary key (e.g., 'model_class', 'provider'). # **c: a dictionary containing 'trans' and 'user' objects. self.serializers.update({ 'id' : lambda i, k, **c: self.app.security.encode_id(i.id), 'model_class' : lambda *a, **c: 'CloudAuthz', 'user_id' : lambda i, k, **c: self.app.security.encode_id(i.user_id), 'provider' : lambda i, k, **c: str(i.provider), 'config' : lambda i, k, **c: i.config, 'authn_id' : lambda i, k, **c: self.app.security.encode_id(i.authn_id), 'last_update' : lambda i, k, **c: str(i.last_update), 'last_activity': lambda i, k, **c: str(i.last_activity), 'create_time' : lambda i, k, **c: str(i.create_time), 'description' : lambda i, k, **c: str(i.description) })
[docs]class CloudAuthzsDeserializer(base.ModelDeserializer): """ Service object for validating and deserializing dictionaries that update/alter cloudauthz configurations. """ model_manager_class = CloudAuthzManager
[docs] def add_deserializers(self): super(CloudAuthzsDeserializer, self).add_deserializers() self.deserializers.update({ 'authn_id': self.deserialize_and_validate_authn_id, 'provider': self.default_deserializer, 'config': self.default_deserializer, 'description': self.default_deserializer })
[docs] def deserialize_and_validate_authn_id(self, item, key, val, **context): """ Deserializes an authentication ID (authn_id), and asserts if the current user can assume that authentication. :type item: galaxy.model.CloudAuthz :param item: an instance of cloudauthz :type key: string :param key: `authn_id` attribute of the cloudauthz object (i.e., the `item` param). :type val: string :param val: the value of `authn_id` attribute of the cloudauthz object (i.e., the `item` param). :type context: dict :param context: a dictionary object containing Galaxy `trans`. :rtype: string :return: decoded authentication ID. """ try: decoded_authn_id = self.app.security.decode_id(val) except Exception: log.debug("cannot decode authz_id `" + str(val) + "`") raise MalformedId("Invalid `authz_id` {}!".format(val)) trans = context.get("trans") if trans is None: log.debug("Not found expected `trans` when deserializing CloudAuthz.") raise InternalServerError try: trans.app.authnz_manager.can_user_assume_authn(trans, decoded_authn_id) except Exception as e: raise e return decoded_authn_id