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Source code for galaxy.managers.histories

Manager and Serializer for histories.

Histories are containers for datasets or dataset collections
created (or copied) by users over the course of an analysis.
import logging

from sqlalchemy import (

from galaxy import (
    exceptions as glx_exceptions,
from galaxy.managers import (

log = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class HistoryManager(sharable.SharableModelManager, deletable.PurgableManagerMixin): model_class = model.History foreign_key_name = 'history' user_share_model = model.HistoryUserShareAssociation tag_assoc = model.HistoryTagAssociation annotation_assoc = model.HistoryAnnotationAssociation rating_assoc = model.HistoryRatingAssociation # TODO: incorporate imp/exp (or alias to)
[docs] def __init__(self, app, *args, **kwargs): super().__init__(app, *args, **kwargs) self.hda_manager = hdas.HDAManager(app) self.contents_manager = history_contents.HistoryContentsManager(app) self.contents_filters = history_contents.HistoryContentsFilters(app)
[docs] def copy(self, history, user, **kwargs): """ Copy and return the given `history`. """ return history.copy(target_user=user, **kwargs)
# .... sharable # overriding to handle anonymous users' current histories in both cases
[docs] def by_user(self, user, current_history=None, **kwargs): """ Get all the histories for a given user (allowing anon users' theirs) ordered by update time. """ # handle default and/or anonymous user (which still may not have a history yet) if self.user_manager.is_anonymous(user): return [current_history] if current_history else [] return super().by_user(user, **kwargs)
[docs] def is_owner(self, history, user, current_history=None, **kwargs): """ True if the current user is the owner of the given history. """ # anon users are only allowed to view their current history if self.user_manager.is_anonymous(user): if current_history and history == current_history: return True return False return super().is_owner(history, user)
# TODO: possibly to sharable or base
[docs] def most_recent(self, user, filters=None, current_history=None, **kwargs): """ Return the most recently update history for the user. If user is anonymous, return the current history. If the user is anonymous and the current history is deleted, return None. """ if self.user_manager.is_anonymous(user): return None if (not current_history or current_history.deleted) else current_history desc_update_time = desc(self.model_class.table.c.update_time) filters = self._munge_filters(filters, self.model_class.user_id == user.id) # TODO: normalize this return value return self.query(filters=filters, order_by=desc_update_time, limit=1, **kwargs).first()
# .... purgable
[docs] def purge(self, history, flush=True, **kwargs): """ Purge this history and all HDAs, Collections, and Datasets inside this history. """ self.hda_manager.dataset_manager.error_unless_dataset_purge_allowed() # First purge all the datasets for hda in history.datasets: if not hda.purged: self.hda_manager.purge(hda, flush=True) # Now mark the history as purged super().purge(history, flush=flush, **kwargs)
# .... current # TODO: make something to bypass the anon user + current history permissions issue # def is_current_users_current_history( self, history, trans ): # pass
[docs] def get_current(self, trans): """ Return the current history. """ # TODO: trans return trans.get_history()
[docs] def set_current(self, trans, history): """ Set the current history. """ # TODO: trans trans.set_history(history) return history
[docs] def set_current_by_id(self, trans, history_id): """ Set the current history by an id. """ return self.set_current(trans, self.by_id(history_id))
# order_by parsing - similar to FilterParser but not enough yet to warrant a class?
[docs] def parse_order_by(self, order_by_string, default=None): """Return an ORM compatible order_by using the given string""" # TODO: generalize into class # TODO: general (enough) columns if order_by_string in ('create_time', 'create_time-dsc'): return desc(self.model_class.create_time) if order_by_string == 'create_time-asc': return asc(self.model_class.create_time) if order_by_string in ('update_time', 'update_time-dsc'): return desc(self.model_class.update_time) if order_by_string == 'update_time-asc': return asc(self.model_class.update_time) if order_by_string in ('name', 'name-asc'): return asc(self.model_class.name) if order_by_string == 'name-dsc': return desc(self.model_class.name) # TODO: history columns if order_by_string in ('size', 'size-dsc'): return desc(self.model_class.disk_size) if order_by_string == 'size-asc': return asc(self.model_class.disk_size) # TODO: add functional/non-orm orders (such as rating) if default: return self.parse_order_by(default) raise glx_exceptions.RequestParameterInvalidException('Unkown order_by', order_by=order_by_string, available=['create_time', 'update_time', 'name', 'size'])
[docs] def non_ready_jobs(self, history): """Return the currently running job objects associated with this history. Where running is defined as new, waiting, queued, running, resubmitted, and upload. """ # TODO: defer to jobModelManager (if there was one) # TODO: genericize the params to allow other filters jobs = (self.session().query(model.Job) .filter(model.Job.history == history) .filter(model.Job.state.in_(model.Job.non_ready_states))) return jobs
[docs]class HistorySerializer(sharable.SharableModelSerializer, deletable.PurgableSerializerMixin): """ Interface/service object for serializing histories into dictionaries. """ model_manager_class = HistoryManager SINGLE_CHAR_ABBR = 'h'
[docs] def __init__(self, app, **kwargs): super().__init__(app, **kwargs) self.history_manager = self.manager self.hda_manager = hdas.HDAManager(app) self.hda_serializer = hdas.HDASerializer(app) self.history_contents_serializer = history_contents.HistoryContentsSerializer(app) self.default_view = 'summary' self.add_view('summary', [ 'id', 'model_class', 'name', 'deleted', 'purged', # 'count' 'url', # TODO: why these? 'published', 'annotation', 'tags', ]) self.add_view('detailed', [ 'contents_url', 'empty', 'size', 'user_id', 'create_time', 'update_time', 'importable', 'slug', 'username_and_slug', 'genome_build', # TODO: remove the next three - instead getting the same info from the 'hdas' list 'state', 'state_details', 'state_ids', # 'community_rating', # 'user_rating', ], include_keys_from='summary') # in the Historys' case, each of these views includes the keys from the previous #: ..note: this is a custom view for newer (2016/3) UI and should be considered volatile self.add_view('dev-detailed', [ 'contents_url', 'size', 'user_id', 'create_time', 'update_time', 'importable', 'slug', 'username_and_slug', 'genome_build', # 'contents_states', 'contents_active', 'hid_counter', ], include_keys_from='summary')
# assumes: outgoing to json.dumps and sanitized
[docs] def add_serializers(self): super().add_serializers() deletable.PurgableSerializerMixin.add_serializers(self) self.serializers.update({ 'model_class' : lambda *a, **c: 'History', 'size' : lambda i, k, **c: int(i.disk_size), 'nice_size' : lambda i, k, **c: i.disk_nice_size, 'state' : self.serialize_history_state, 'url' : lambda i, k, **c: self.url_for('history', id=self.app.security.encode_id(i.id)), 'contents_url' : lambda i, k, **c: self.url_for('history_contents', history_id=self.app.security.encode_id(i.id)), 'empty' : lambda i, k, **c: (len(i.datasets) + len(i.dataset_collections)) <= 0, 'count' : lambda i, k, **c: len(i.datasets), 'hdas' : lambda i, k, **c: [self.app.security.encode_id(hda.id) for hda in i.datasets], 'state_details' : self.serialize_state_counts, 'state_ids' : self.serialize_state_ids, 'contents' : self.serialize_contents, 'non_ready_jobs': lambda i, k, **c: [self.app.security.encode_id(job.id) for job in self.manager.non_ready_jobs(i)], 'contents_states': self.serialize_contents_states, 'contents_active': self.serialize_contents_active, # TODO: Use base manager's serialize_id for user_id (and others) # after refactoring hierarchy here? 'user_id' : lambda i, k, **c: self.app.security.encode_id(i.user_id) if i.user_id is not None else None })
# remove this
[docs] def serialize_state_ids(self, history, key, **context): """ Return a dictionary keyed to possible dataset states and valued with lists containing the ids of each HDA in that state. """ state_ids = {} for state in model.Dataset.states.values(): state_ids[state] = [] # TODO:?? collections and coll. states? for hda in history.datasets: # TODO: do not encode ids at this layer encoded_id = self.app.security.encode_id(hda.id) state_ids[hda.state].append(encoded_id) return state_ids
# remove this
[docs] def serialize_state_counts(self, history, key, exclude_deleted=True, exclude_hidden=False, **context): """ Return a dictionary keyed to possible dataset states and valued with the number of datasets in this history that have those states. """ # TODO: the default flags above may not make a lot of sense (T,T?) state_counts = {} for state in model.Dataset.states.values(): state_counts[state] = 0 # TODO:?? collections and coll. states? for hda in history.datasets: if exclude_deleted and hda.deleted: continue if exclude_hidden and not hda.visible: continue state_counts[hda.state] = state_counts[hda.state] + 1 return state_counts
# TODO: remove this (is state used/useful?)
[docs] def serialize_history_state(self, history, key, **context): """ Returns the history state based on the states of the HDAs it contains. """ states = model.Dataset.states # (default to ERROR) state = states.ERROR # TODO: history_state and state_counts are classically calc'd at the same time # so this is rel. ineff. - if we keep this... hda_state_counts = self.serialize_state_counts(history, 'counts', exclude_deleted=True, **context) num_hdas = sum(hda_state_counts.values()) if num_hdas == 0: state = states.NEW else: if (hda_state_counts[states.RUNNING] > 0 or hda_state_counts[states.SETTING_METADATA] > 0 or hda_state_counts[states.UPLOAD] > 0): state = states.RUNNING # TODO: this method may be more useful if we *also* polled the histories jobs here too elif (hda_state_counts[states.QUEUED] > 0 or hda_state_counts[states.NEW] > 0): state = states.QUEUED elif (hda_state_counts[states.ERROR] > 0 or hda_state_counts[states.FAILED_METADATA] > 0): state = states.ERROR elif hda_state_counts[states.OK] == num_hdas: state = states.OK return state
[docs] def serialize_contents(self, history, key, trans=None, user=None, **context): returned = [] for content in self.manager.contents_manager._union_of_contents_query(history).all(): serialized = self.history_contents_serializer.serialize_to_view(content, view='summary', trans=trans, user=user) returned.append(serialized) return returned
[docs] def serialize_contents_states(self, history, key, trans=None, **context): """ Return a dictionary containing the counts of all contents in each state keyed by the distinct states. Note: does not include deleted/hidden contents. """ return self.manager.contents_manager.state_counts(history)
[docs] def serialize_contents_active(self, history, key, **context): """ Return a dictionary keyed with 'deleted', 'hidden', and 'active' with values for each representing the count of contents in each state. Note: counts for deleted and hidden overlap; In other words, a dataset that's both deleted and hidden will be added to both totals. """ return self.manager.contents_manager.active_counts(history)
[docs]class HistoryDeserializer(sharable.SharableModelDeserializer, deletable.PurgableDeserializerMixin): """ Interface/service object for validating and deserializing dictionaries into histories. """ model_manager_class = HistoryManager
[docs] def __init__(self, app): super().__init__(app) self.history_manager = self.manager
[docs] def add_deserializers(self): super().add_deserializers() deletable.PurgableDeserializerMixin.add_deserializers(self) self.deserializers.update({ 'name' : self.deserialize_basestring, 'genome_build' : self.deserialize_genome_build, })
[docs]class HistoryFilters(sharable.SharableModelFilters, deletable.PurgableFiltersMixin): model_class = model.History model_manager_class = HistoryManager def _add_parsers(self): super()._add_parsers() deletable.PurgableFiltersMixin._add_parsers(self) self.orm_filter_parsers.update({ # history specific 'name' : {'op': ('eq', 'contains', 'like')}, 'genome_build' : {'op': ('eq', 'contains', 'like')}, 'create_time' : {'op': ('le', 'ge', 'gt', 'lt'), 'val': self.parse_date}, 'update_time' : {'op': ('le', 'ge', 'gt', 'lt'), 'val': self.parse_date}, })