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Source code for galaxy.job_execution.ports.view

import logging

from galaxy import (

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class JobPortsView(object):
[docs] def __init__(self, app): self._app = app
[docs] def register_container_information(self, job_id, **kwd): job = self.__authorize_job_access(job_id, **kwd) container_runtime = kwd.get("container_runtime") log.info(kwd) self._app.interactivetool_manager.configure_entry_points(job, container_runtime) return {"message": "ok"}
# Copy/paste from JobFilesView - TODO: de-duplicate. def __authorize_job_access(self, encoded_job_id, **kwargs): key = "job_key" if key not in kwargs: error_message = "Job files action requires a valid '%s'." % key raise exceptions.ObjectAttributeMissingException(error_message) job_id = self._security.decode_id(encoded_job_id) job_key = self._security.encode_id(job_id, kind="jobs_files") if not util.safe_str_cmp(kwargs["job_key"], job_key): raise exceptions.ItemAccessibilityException("Invalid job_key supplied.") # Verify job is active. Don't update the contents of complete jobs. sa_session = self._app.model.context.current job = sa_session.query(model.Job).get(job_id) if not job.running: error_message = "Attempting to read or modify the files of a job that has already completed." raise exceptions.ItemAccessibilityException(error_message) return job @property def _security(self): return self._app.security