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Source code for galaxy.tool_util.verify.interactor

import io
import os
import re
import shutil
import sys
import tarfile
import tempfile
import time
from collections import OrderedDict
from json import dumps
from logging import getLogger

from packaging.version import parse as parse_version, Version
    from nose.tools import nottest
except ImportError:
    def nottest(x):
        return x
    import requests
except ImportError:
    requests = None

from galaxy import util
from galaxy.tool_util.parser.interface import TestCollectionDef, TestCollectionOutputDef
from galaxy.util.bunch import Bunch
from . import verify
from .asserts import verify_assertions
from .wait import wait_on

log = getLogger(__name__)

# Off by default because it can pound the database pretty heavily
# and result in sqlite errors on larger tests or larger numbers of
# tests.
VERBOSE_ERRORS = util.asbool(os.environ.get("GALAXY_TEST_VERBOSE_ERRORS", False))
UPLOAD_ASYNC = util.asbool(os.environ.get("GALAXY_TEST_UPLOAD_ASYNC", True))
ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP = "--------------------------------------"

# This following default dbkey was traditionally hg17 before Galaxy 18.05,
# restore this behavior by setting GALAXY_TEST_DEFAULT_DBKEY to hg17.

[docs]class OutputsDict(OrderedDict): """Ordered dict that can also be accessed by index. >>> out = OutputsDict() >>> out['item1'] = 1 >>> out['item2'] = 2 >>> out[1] == 2 == out['item2'] True """ def __getitem__(self, item): if isinstance(item, int): return self[list(self.keys())[item]] else: # ideally we'd do `return super(OutputsDict, self)[item]`, # but this fails because OrderedDict has no `__getitem__`. (!?) item = self.get(item) if item is None: raise KeyError(item) return item
[docs]def stage_data_in_history(galaxy_interactor, tool_id, all_test_data, history=None, force_path_paste=False, maxseconds=DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT): # Upload any needed files upload_waits = [] assert tool_id if UPLOAD_ASYNC: for test_data in all_test_data: upload_waits.append(galaxy_interactor.stage_data_async(test_data, history, tool_id, force_path_paste=force_path_paste, maxseconds=maxseconds)) for upload_wait in upload_waits: upload_wait() else: for test_data in all_test_data: upload_wait = galaxy_interactor.stage_data_async(test_data, history, tool_id, force_path_paste=force_path_paste, maxseconds=maxseconds) upload_wait()
[docs]class GalaxyInteractorApi:
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwds): self.api_url = "%s/api" % kwds["galaxy_url"].rstrip("/") self.master_api_key = kwds["master_api_key"] self.api_key = self.__get_user_key(kwds.get("api_key"), kwds.get("master_api_key"), test_user=kwds.get("test_user")) if kwds.get('user_api_key_is_admin_key', False): self.master_api_key = self.api_key self.keep_outputs_dir = kwds["keep_outputs_dir"] self._target_galaxy_version = None self.uploads = {}
@property def target_galaxy_version(self): if self._target_galaxy_version is None: self._target_galaxy_version = parse_version(self._get('version').json()['version_major']) return self._target_galaxy_version @property def supports_test_data_download(self): return self.target_galaxy_version >= Version("19.01") def __get_user_key(self, user_key, admin_key, test_user=None): if not test_user: test_user = "test@bx.psu.edu" if user_key: return user_key test_user = self.ensure_user_with_email(test_user) return self._post("users/%s/api_key" % test_user['id'], key=admin_key).json() # def get_tools(self): # response = self._get("tools?in_panel=false") # assert response.status_code == 200, "Non 200 response from tool index API. [%s]" % response.content # return response.json()
[docs] def get_tests_summary(self): response = self._get("tools/tests_summary") assert response.status_code == 200, "Non 200 response from tool tests available API. [%s]" % response.content return response.json()
[docs] def get_tool_tests(self, tool_id, tool_version=None): url = "tools/%s/test_data" % tool_id if tool_version is not None: url += "?tool_version=%s" % tool_version response = self._get(url) assert response.status_code == 200, "Non 200 response from tool test API. [%s]" % response.content return response.json()
[docs] def verify_output_collection(self, output_collection_def, output_collection_id, history, tool_id): data_collection = self._get("dataset_collections/%s" % output_collection_id, data={"instance_type": "history"}).json() def verify_dataset(element, element_attrib, element_outfile): hda = element["object"] self.verify_output_dataset( history, hda_id=hda["id"], outfile=element_outfile, attributes=element_attrib, tool_id=tool_id ) verify_collection(output_collection_def, data_collection, verify_dataset)
[docs] def verify_output(self, history_id, jobs, output_data, output_testdef, tool_id, maxseconds): outfile = output_testdef.outfile attributes = output_testdef.attributes name = output_testdef.name self.wait_for_jobs(history_id, jobs, maxseconds) hid = self.__output_id(output_data) # TODO: Twill version verifies dataset is 'ok' in here. try: self.verify_output_dataset(history_id=history_id, hda_id=hid, outfile=outfile, attributes=attributes, tool_id=tool_id) except AssertionError as e: raise AssertionError("Output %s: %s" % (name, str(e))) primary_datasets = attributes.get('primary_datasets', {}) if primary_datasets: job_id = self._dataset_provenance(history_id, hid)["job_id"] outputs = self._get("jobs/%s/outputs" % (job_id)).json() for designation, (primary_outfile, primary_attributes) in primary_datasets.items(): primary_output = None for output in outputs: if output["name"] == '__new_primary_file_{}|{}__'.format(name, designation): primary_output = output break if not primary_output: msg_template = "Failed to find primary dataset with designation [%s] for output with name [%s]" msg_args = (designation, name) raise Exception(msg_template % msg_args) primary_hda_id = primary_output["dataset"]["id"] try: self.verify_output_dataset(history_id, primary_hda_id, primary_outfile, primary_attributes, tool_id=tool_id) except AssertionError as e: raise AssertionError("Primary output %s: %s" % (name, str(e)))
[docs] def wait_for_jobs(self, history_id, jobs, maxseconds): for job in jobs: self.wait_for_job(job['id'], history_id, maxseconds)
[docs] def verify_output_dataset(self, history_id, hda_id, outfile, attributes, tool_id): fetcher = self.__dataset_fetcher(history_id) test_data_downloader = self.__test_data_downloader(tool_id) verify_hid( outfile, hda_id=hda_id, attributes=attributes, dataset_fetcher=fetcher, test_data_downloader=test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir=self.keep_outputs_dir ) self._verify_metadata(history_id, hda_id, attributes)
def _verify_metadata(self, history_id, hid, attributes): """Check dataset metadata. ftype on output maps to `file_ext` on the hda's API description, `name`, `info`, `dbkey` and `tags` all map to the API description directly. Other metadata attributes are assumed to be datatype-specific and mapped with a prefix of `metadata_`. """ metadata = attributes.get('metadata', {}).copy() for key, value in metadata.copy().items(): if key not in ['name', 'info', 'tags', 'created_from_basename']: new_key = "metadata_%s" % key metadata[new_key] = metadata[key] del metadata[key] elif key == "info": metadata["misc_info"] = metadata["info"] del metadata["info"] expected_file_type = attributes.get('ftype', None) if expected_file_type: metadata["file_ext"] = expected_file_type if metadata: time.sleep(5) dataset = self._get("histories/{}/contents/{}".format(history_id, hid)).json() for key, value in metadata.items(): try: dataset_value = dataset.get(key, None) def compare(val, expected): if str(val) != str(expected): msg = "Dataset metadata verification for [%s] failed, expected [%s] but found [%s]. Dataset API value was [%s]." msg_params = (key, value, dataset_value, dataset) msg = msg % msg_params raise Exception(msg) if isinstance(dataset_value, list): value = str(value).split(",") if len(value) != len(dataset_value): msg = "Dataset metadata verification for [%s] failed, expected [%s] but found [%s], lists differ in length. Dataset API value was [%s]." msg_params = (key, value, dataset_value, dataset) msg = msg % msg_params raise Exception(msg) for val, expected in zip(dataset_value, value): compare(val, expected) else: compare(dataset_value, value) except KeyError: msg = "Failed to verify dataset metadata, metadata key [%s] was not found." % key raise Exception(msg)
[docs] def wait_for_job(self, job_id, history_id=None, maxseconds=DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT): self.wait_for(lambda: self.__job_ready(job_id, history_id), maxseconds=maxseconds)
[docs] def wait_for(self, func, what='tool test run', **kwd): walltime_exceeded = int(kwd.get("maxseconds", DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT)) wait_on(func, what, walltime_exceeded)
[docs] def get_job_stdio(self, job_id): job_stdio = self.__get_job_stdio(job_id).json() return job_stdio
def __get_job(self, job_id): return self._get('jobs/%s' % job_id) def __get_job_stdio(self, job_id): return self._get('jobs/%s?full=true' % job_id)
[docs] def new_history(self, history_name='test_history'): history_json = self._post("histories", {"name": history_name}).json() return history_json['id']
[docs] @nottest def test_data_path(self, tool_id, filename): response = self._get("tools/{}/test_data_path?filename={}".format(tool_id, filename), admin=True) return response.json()
[docs] @nottest def test_data_download(self, tool_id, filename, mode='file'): if self.supports_test_data_download: response = self._get("tools/{}/test_data_download?filename={}".format(tool_id, filename), admin=True) assert response.status_code == 200, "Test file (%s) is missing. If you use planemo try --update_test_data to generate one." % filename if mode == 'file': return response.content elif mode == 'directory': prefix = os.path.basename(filename) path = tempfile.mkdtemp(prefix=prefix) with tarfile.open(fileobj=io.BytesIO(response.content)) as tar_contents: tar_contents.extractall(path=path) return path else: # We can only use local data file_name = self.test_data_path(tool_id, filename) if mode == 'file': return open(file_name, mode='rb') elif mode == 'directory': # Make a copy, since we are going to clean up the returned path path = tempfile.mkdtemp() shutil.copytree(file_name, path) return path
def __output_id(self, output_data): # Allow data structure coming out of tools API - {id: <id>, output_name: <name>, etc...} # or simple id as comes out of workflow API. try: output_id = output_data.get('id') except AttributeError: output_id = output_data return output_id
[docs] def stage_data_async(self, test_data, history_id, tool_id, force_path_paste=False, maxseconds=DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT): fname = test_data['fname'] tool_input = { "file_type": test_data['ftype'], "dbkey": test_data['dbkey'], } metadata = test_data.get("metadata", {}) if not hasattr(metadata, "items"): raise Exception("Invalid metadata description found for input [{}] - [{}]".format(fname, metadata)) for name, value in test_data.get('metadata', {}).items(): tool_input["files_metadata|%s" % name] = value composite_data = test_data['composite_data'] if composite_data: files = {} for i, file_name in enumerate(composite_data): if force_path_paste: file_path = self.test_data_path(tool_id, file_name) tool_input.update({ "files_%d|url_paste" % i: "file://" + file_path }) else: file_content = self.test_data_download(tool_id, file_name) files["files_%s|file_data" % i] = file_content tool_input.update({ "files_%d|type" % i: "upload_dataset", }) name = test_data['name'] else: name = os.path.basename(fname) tool_input.update({ "files_0|NAME": name, "files_0|type": "upload_dataset", }) files = {} if force_path_paste: file_name = self.test_data_path(tool_id, fname) tool_input.update({ "files_0|url_paste": "file://" + file_name }) else: file_content = self.test_data_download(tool_id, fname) files = { "files_0|file_data": file_content } submit_response_object = self.__submit_tool(history_id, "upload1", tool_input, extra_data={"type": "upload_dataset"}, files=files) submit_response = ensure_tool_run_response_okay(submit_response_object, "upload dataset %s" % name) assert "outputs" in submit_response, "Invalid response from server [%s], expecting outputs in response." % submit_response outputs = submit_response["outputs"] assert len(outputs) > 0, "Invalid response from server [%s], expecting an output dataset." % submit_response dataset = outputs[0] hid = dataset['id'] self.uploads[os.path.basename(fname)] = self.uploads[fname] = self.uploads[name] = {"src": "hda", "id": hid} assert "jobs" in submit_response, "Invalid response from server [%s], expecting jobs in response." % submit_response jobs = submit_response["jobs"] assert len(jobs) > 0, "Invalid response from server [%s], expecting a job." % submit_response return lambda: self.wait_for_job(jobs[0]["id"], history_id, maxseconds=maxseconds)
[docs] def run_tool(self, testdef, history_id, resource_parameters={}): # We need to handle the case where we've uploaded a valid compressed file since the upload # tool will have uncompressed it on the fly. inputs_tree = testdef.inputs.copy() for key, value in inputs_tree.items(): values = [value] if not isinstance(value, list) else value new_values = [] for value in values: if isinstance(value, TestCollectionDef): hdca_id = self._create_collection(history_id, value) new_values = [dict(src="hdca", id=hdca_id)] elif value in self.uploads: new_values.append(self.uploads[value]) else: new_values.append(value) inputs_tree[key] = new_values if resource_parameters: inputs_tree["__job_resource|__job_resource__select"] = "yes" for key, value in resource_parameters.items(): inputs_tree["__job_resource|%s" % key] = value # HACK: Flatten single-value lists. Required when using expand_grouping for key, value in inputs_tree.items(): if isinstance(value, list) and len(value) == 1: inputs_tree[key] = value[0] submit_response = self.__submit_tool(history_id, tool_id=testdef.tool_id, tool_input=inputs_tree) submit_response_object = ensure_tool_run_response_okay(submit_response, "execute tool", inputs_tree) try: return Bunch( inputs=inputs_tree, outputs=self.__dictify_outputs(submit_response_object), output_collections=self.__dictify_output_collections(submit_response_object), jobs=submit_response_object['jobs'], ) except KeyError: message = "Error creating a job for these tool inputs - %s" % submit_response_object['err_msg'] raise RunToolException(message, inputs_tree)
def _create_collection(self, history_id, collection_def): create_payload = dict( name=collection_def.name, element_identifiers=dumps(self._element_identifiers(collection_def)), collection_type=collection_def.collection_type, history_id=history_id, ) return self._post("dataset_collections", data=create_payload).json()["id"] def _element_identifiers(self, collection_def): element_identifiers = [] for element_dict in collection_def.elements: element_identifier = element_dict["element_identifier"] element_def = element_dict["element_definition"] if isinstance(element_def, TestCollectionDef): subelement_identifiers = self._element_identifiers(element_def) element = dict( name=element_identifier, src="new_collection", collection_type=element_def.collection_type, element_identifiers=subelement_identifiers ) else: element = self.uploads[element_def["value"]].copy() element["name"] = element_identifier tags = element_def.get("attributes").get("tags") if tags: element["tags"] = tags.split(",") element_identifiers.append(element) return element_identifiers def __dictify_output_collections(self, submit_response): output_collections_dict = OrderedDict() for output_collection in submit_response['output_collections']: output_collections_dict[output_collection.get("output_name")] = output_collection return output_collections_dict def __dictify_outputs(self, datasets_object): # Convert outputs list to a dictionary that can be accessed by # output_name so can be more flexible about ordering of outputs # but also allows fallback to legacy access as list mode. outputs_dict = OutputsDict() for output in datasets_object['outputs']: outputs_dict[output.get("output_name")] = output return outputs_dict
[docs] def output_hid(self, output_data): return output_data['id']
[docs] def delete_history(self, history): return None
def __job_ready(self, job_id, history_id=None): if job_id is None: raise ValueError("__job_ready passed empty job_id") job_json = self._get("jobs/%s" % job_id).json() state = job_json['state'] try: return self._state_ready(state, error_msg="Job in error state.") except Exception: if VERBOSE_ERRORS and history_id is not None: self._summarize_history(history_id) raise def _summarize_history(self, history_id): if history_id is None: raise ValueError("_summarize_history passed empty history_id") print("Problem in history with id %s - summary of history's datasets and jobs below." % history_id) try: history_contents = self.__contents(history_id) except Exception: print("*TEST FRAMEWORK FAILED TO FETCH HISTORY DETAILS*") for history_content in history_contents: dataset = history_content print(ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP) dataset_id = dataset.get('id', None) print("| %d - %s (HID - NAME) " % (int(dataset['hid']), dataset['name'])) if history_content['history_content_type'] == 'dataset_collection': history_contents_json = self._get("histories/{}/contents/dataset_collections/{}".format(history_id, history_content["id"])).json() print("| Dataset Collection: %s" % history_contents_json) print("|") continue try: dataset_info = self._dataset_info(history_id, dataset_id) print("| Dataset State:") print(self.format_for_summary(dataset_info.get("state"), "Dataset state is unknown.")) print("| Dataset Blurb:") print(self.format_for_summary(dataset_info.get("misc_blurb", ""), "Dataset blurb was empty.")) print("| Dataset Info:") print(self.format_for_summary(dataset_info.get("misc_info", ""), "Dataset info is empty.")) print("| Peek:") print(self.format_for_summary(dataset_info.get("peek", ""), "Peek unavilable.")) except Exception: print("| *TEST FRAMEWORK ERROR FETCHING DATASET DETAILS*") try: provenance_info = self._dataset_provenance(history_id, dataset_id) print("| Dataset Job Standard Output:") print(self.format_for_summary(provenance_info.get("stdout", ""), "Standard output was empty.")) print("| Dataset Job Standard Error:") print(self.format_for_summary(provenance_info.get("stderr", ""), "Standard error was empty.")) except Exception: print("| *TEST FRAMEWORK ERROR FETCHING JOB DETAILS*") print("|") try: jobs_json = self._get("jobs?history_id=%s" % history_id).json() for job_json in jobs_json: print(ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP) print("| Job %s" % job_json["id"]) print("| State: ") print(self.format_for_summary(job_json.get("state", ""), "Job state is unknown.")) print("| Update Time:") print(self.format_for_summary(job_json.get("update_time", ""), "Job update time is unknown.")) print("| Create Time:") print(self.format_for_summary(job_json.get("create_time", ""), "Job create time is unknown.")) print("|") print(ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP) except Exception: print(ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP) print("*TEST FRAMEWORK FAILED TO FETCH HISTORY JOBS*") print(ERROR_MESSAGE_DATASET_SEP)
[docs] def format_for_summary(self, blob, empty_message, prefix="| "): contents = "\n".join("{}{}".format(prefix, line.strip()) for line in io.StringIO(blob).readlines() if line.rstrip("\n\r")) return contents or "{}*{}*".format(prefix, empty_message)
def _dataset_provenance(self, history_id, id): provenance = self._get("histories/{}/contents/{}/provenance".format(history_id, id)).json() return provenance def _dataset_info(self, history_id, id): dataset_json = self._get("histories/{}/contents/{}".format(history_id, id)).json() return dataset_json def __contents(self, history_id): history_contents_json = self._get("histories/%s/contents" % history_id).json() return history_contents_json def _state_ready(self, state_str, error_msg): if state_str == 'ok': return True elif state_str == 'error': raise Exception(error_msg) return None def __submit_tool(self, history_id, tool_id, tool_input, extra_data={}, files=None): data = dict( history_id=history_id, tool_id=tool_id, inputs=dumps(tool_input), **extra_data ) return self._post("tools", files=files, data=data)
[docs] def ensure_user_with_email(self, email, password=None): admin_key = self.master_api_key all_users = self._get('users', key=admin_key).json() try: test_user = [user for user in all_users if user["email"] == email][0] except IndexError: username = re.sub(r"[^a-z-\d]", '--', email.lower()) password = password or 'testpass' # If remote user middleware is enabled - this endpoint consumes # ``remote_user_email`` otherwise it requires ``email``, ``password`` # and ``username``. data = dict( remote_user_email=email, email=email, password=password, username=username, ) test_user = self._post('users', data, key=admin_key).json() return test_user
def __test_data_downloader(self, tool_id): def test_data_download(filename, mode='file'): return self.test_data_download(tool_id, filename, mode=mode) return test_data_download def __dataset_fetcher(self, history_id): def fetcher(hda_id, base_name=None): url = "histories/{}/contents/{}/display?raw=true".format(history_id, hda_id) if base_name: url += "&filename=%s" % base_name return self._get(url).content return fetcher def __inject_api_key(self, data, key, admin, anon): if data is None: data = {} params = {} if not anon: if not key: key = self.api_key if not admin else self.master_api_key params['key'] = key return params, data def _post(self, path, data=None, files=None, key=None, admin=False, anon=False, json=False): # If json=True, use post payload using request's json parameter instead of the data # parameter (i.e. assume the contents is a jsonified blob instead of form parameters # with individual parameters jsonified if needed). params, data = self.__inject_api_key(data=data, key=key, admin=admin, anon=anon) url = "{}/{}".format(self.api_url, path) return galaxy_requests_post(url, data=data, files=files, params=params, as_json=json) def _delete(self, path, data=None, key=None, admin=False, anon=False): params, data = self.__inject_api_key(data=data, key=key, admin=admin, anon=anon) # no data for DELETE params.update(data) return requests.delete("{}/{}".format(self.api_url, path), params=params) def _patch(self, path, data=None, key=None, admin=False, anon=False): params, data = self.__inject_api_key(data=data, key=key, admin=admin, anon=anon) return requests.patch("{}/{}".format(self.api_url, path), params=params, data=data) def _put(self, path, data=None, key=None, admin=False, anon=False): params, data = self.__inject_api_key(data=data, key=key, admin=admin, anon=anon) return requests.put("{}/{}".format(self.api_url, path), params=params, data=data) def _get(self, path, data=None, key=None, admin=False, anon=False): params, data = self.__inject_api_key(data=data, key=key, admin=admin, anon=anon) # no data for GET params.update(data) if path.startswith("/api"): path = path[len("/api"):] url = "{}/{}".format(self.api_url, path) return requests.get(url, params=params)
[docs]def ensure_tool_run_response_okay(submit_response_object, request_desc, inputs=None): if submit_response_object.status_code != 200: message = None dynamic_param_error = False try: err_response = submit_response_object.json() if "param_errors" in err_response: param_errors = err_response["param_errors"] if "dbkey" in param_errors: dbkey_err_obj = param_errors["dbkey"] dbkey_val = dbkey_err_obj.get("parameter_value") message = "Invalid dbkey specified [%s]" % dbkey_val for key, val in param_errors.items(): if isinstance(val, dict) and val.get("is_dynamic"): dynamic_param_error = True if message is None: message = err_response.get("err_msg") or None except Exception: # invalid JSON content. pass if message is None: template = "Request to %s failed - invalid JSON content returned from Galaxy server [%s]" message = template % (request_desc, submit_response_object.text) raise RunToolException(message, inputs, dynamic_param_error=dynamic_param_error) submit_response = submit_response_object.json() return submit_response
[docs]class RunToolException(Exception):
[docs] def __init__(self, message, inputs=None, dynamic_param_error=False): super().__init__(message) self.inputs = inputs self.dynamic_param_error = dynamic_param_error
# Galaxy specific methods - rest of this can be used with arbitrary files and such.
[docs]def verify_hid(filename, hda_id, attributes, test_data_downloader, hid="", dataset_fetcher=None, keep_outputs_dir=False): assert dataset_fetcher is not None def verify_extra_files(extra_files): _verify_extra_files_content(extra_files, hda_id, dataset_fetcher=dataset_fetcher, test_data_downloader=test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir=keep_outputs_dir) data = dataset_fetcher(hda_id) item_label = "" verify( item_label, data, attributes=attributes, filename=filename, get_filecontent=test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir=keep_outputs_dir, verify_extra_files=verify_extra_files, )
[docs]def verify_collection(output_collection_def, data_collection, verify_dataset): name = output_collection_def.name expected_collection_type = output_collection_def.collection_type if expected_collection_type: collection_type = data_collection["collection_type"] if expected_collection_type != collection_type: template = "Expected output collection [%s] to be of type [%s], was of type [%s]." message = template % (name, expected_collection_type, collection_type) raise AssertionError(message) expected_element_count = output_collection_def.count if expected_element_count: actual_element_count = len(data_collection["elements"]) if expected_element_count != actual_element_count: template = "Expected output collection [%s] to have %s elements, but it had %s." message = template % (name, expected_element_count, actual_element_count) raise AssertionError(message) def get_element(elements, id): for element in elements: if element["element_identifier"] == id: return element return False def verify_elements(element_objects, element_tests): # sorted_test_ids = [None] * len(element_tests) expected_sort_order = [] eo_ids = [_["element_identifier"] for _ in element_objects] for element_identifier, element_test in element_tests.items(): if isinstance(element_test, dict): element_outfile, element_attrib = None, element_test else: element_outfile, element_attrib = element_test if 'expected_sort_order' in element_attrib: expected_sort_order.append(element_identifier) element = get_element(element_objects, element_identifier) if not element: template = "Failed to find identifier '%s' in the tool generated collection elements %s" message = template % (element_identifier, eo_ids) raise AssertionError(message) element_type = element["element_type"] if element_type != "dataset_collection": verify_dataset(element, element_attrib, element_outfile) if element_type == "dataset_collection": elements = element["object"]["elements"] verify_elements(elements, element_attrib.get("elements", {})) if len(expected_sort_order) > 0: i = 0 for element_identifier in expected_sort_order: element = None while i < len(element_objects): if element_objects[i]["element_identifier"] == element_identifier: element = element_objects[i] i += 1 break i += 1 if element is None: template = "Collection identifier '%s' found out of order, expected order of %s for the tool generated collection elements %s" message = template % (element_identifier, expected_sort_order, eo_ids) raise AssertionError(message) verify_elements(data_collection["elements"], output_collection_def.element_tests)
def _verify_composite_datatype_file_content(file_name, hda_id, base_name=None, attributes=None, dataset_fetcher=None, test_data_downloader=None, keep_outputs_dir=False, mode='file'): assert dataset_fetcher is not None data = dataset_fetcher(hda_id, base_name) item_label = "History item %s" % hda_id try: verify( item_label, data, attributes=attributes, filename=file_name, get_filecontent=test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir=keep_outputs_dir, mode=mode, ) except AssertionError as err: errmsg = 'Composite file ({}) of {} different than expected, difference:\n'.format(base_name, item_label) errmsg += util.unicodify(err) raise AssertionError(errmsg) def _verify_extra_files_content(extra_files, hda_id, dataset_fetcher, test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir): files_list = [] cleanup_directories = [] for extra_file_dict in extra_files: extra_file_type = extra_file_dict["type"] extra_file_name = extra_file_dict["name"] extra_file_attributes = extra_file_dict["attributes"] extra_file_value = extra_file_dict["value"] if extra_file_type == 'file': files_list.append((extra_file_name, extra_file_value, extra_file_attributes, extra_file_type)) elif extra_file_type == 'directory': extracted_path = test_data_downloader(extra_file_value, mode='directory') cleanup_directories.append(extracted_path) for root, directories, files in util.path.safe_walk(extracted_path): for filename in files: filename = os.path.join(root, filename) filename = os.path.relpath(filename, extracted_path) files_list.append((filename, os.path.join(extracted_path, filename), extra_file_attributes, extra_file_type)) else: raise ValueError('unknown extra_files type: %s' % extra_file_type) try: for filename, filepath, attributes, extra_file_type in files_list: _verify_composite_datatype_file_content(filepath, hda_id, base_name=filename, attributes=attributes, dataset_fetcher=dataset_fetcher, test_data_downloader=test_data_downloader, keep_outputs_dir=keep_outputs_dir, mode=extra_file_type) finally: for path in cleanup_directories: shutil.rmtree(path)
[docs]class NullClientTestConfig:
[docs] def get_test_config(self, job_data): return None
[docs]class DictClientTestConfig:
[docs] def __init__(self, tools): self._tools = tools or {}
[docs] def get_test_config(self, job_data): # TODO: allow short ids, allow versions below outer id instead of key concatenation. tool_id = job_data.get("tool_id") tool_version = job_data.get("tool_version") tool_test_config = None tool_version_test_config = None is_default = False if tool_id in self._tools: tool_test_config = self._tools[tool_id] if tool_test_config is None: tool_id = "%s/%s" % (tool_id, tool_version) if tool_id in self._tools: tool_version_test_config = self._tools[tool_id] else: if tool_version in tool_test_config: tool_version_test_config = tool_test_config[tool_version] elif "default" in tool_test_config: tool_version_test_config = tool_test_config["default"] is_default = True if tool_version_test_config: test_index = job_data.get("test_index") if test_index in tool_version_test_config: return tool_version_test_config[test_index] elif str(test_index) in tool_version_test_config: return tool_version_test_config[str(test_index)] if 'default' in tool_version_test_config: return tool_version_test_config['default'] elif is_default: return tool_version_test_config return None
[docs]def verify_tool(tool_id, galaxy_interactor, resource_parameters=None, register_job_data=None, test_index=0, tool_version=None, quiet=False, test_history=None, force_path_paste=False, maxseconds=DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT, tool_test_dicts=None, client_test_config=None, skip_on_dynamic_param_errors=False): if resource_parameters is None: resource_parameters = {} if client_test_config is None: client_test_config = NullClientTestConfig() tool_test_dicts = tool_test_dicts or galaxy_interactor.get_tool_tests(tool_id, tool_version=tool_version) tool_test_dict = tool_test_dicts[test_index] if "test_index" not in tool_test_dict: tool_test_dict["test_index"] = test_index if "tool_id" not in tool_test_dict: tool_test_dict["tool_id"] = tool_id if tool_version is None and "tool_version" in tool_test_dict: tool_version = tool_test_dict.get("tool_version") job_data = { "tool_id": tool_id, "tool_version": tool_version, "test_index": test_index, } client_config = client_test_config.get_test_config(job_data) if client_config is not None: job_data.update(client_config) skip_message = job_data.get("skip") if skip_message: job_data["status"] = "skip" register_job_data(job_data) return tool_test_dict.setdefault('maxseconds', maxseconds) testdef = ToolTestDescription(tool_test_dict) _handle_def_errors(testdef) if test_history is None: test_history = galaxy_interactor.new_history() # Upload data to test_history, run the tool and check the outputs - record # API input, job info, tool run exception, as well as exceptions related to # job output checking and register they with the test plugin so it can # record structured information. tool_inputs = None job_stdio = None job_output_exceptions = None tool_execution_exception = None expected_failure_occurred = False begin_time = time.time() try: stage_data_in_history(galaxy_interactor, tool_id, testdef.test_data(), history=test_history, force_path_paste=force_path_paste, maxseconds=maxseconds) try: tool_response = galaxy_interactor.run_tool(testdef, test_history, resource_parameters=resource_parameters) data_list, jobs, tool_inputs = tool_response.outputs, tool_response.jobs, tool_response.inputs data_collection_list = tool_response.output_collections except RunToolException as e: tool_inputs = e.inputs tool_execution_exception = e if not testdef.expect_failure: raise e else: expected_failure_occurred = True except Exception as e: tool_execution_exception = e raise e if not expected_failure_occurred: assert data_list or data_collection_list try: job_stdio = _verify_outputs(testdef, test_history, jobs, tool_id, data_list, data_collection_list, galaxy_interactor, quiet=quiet) except JobOutputsError as e: job_stdio = e.job_stdio job_output_exceptions = e.output_exceptions raise e except Exception as e: job_output_exceptions = [e] raise e finally: if register_job_data is not None: end_time = time.time() job_data["time_seconds"] = end_time - begin_time if tool_inputs is not None: job_data["inputs"] = tool_inputs if job_stdio is not None: job_data["job"] = job_stdio status = "success" if job_output_exceptions: job_data["output_problems"] = [util.unicodify(_) for _ in job_output_exceptions] status = "failure" if tool_execution_exception: job_data["execution_problem"] = util.unicodify(tool_execution_exception) dynamic_param_error = getattr(tool_execution_exception, "dynamic_param_error", False) job_data["dynamic_param_error"] = dynamic_param_error status = "error" if not skip_on_dynamic_param_errors or not dynamic_param_error else "skip" job_data["status"] = status register_job_data(job_data) galaxy_interactor.delete_history(test_history)
def _handle_def_errors(testdef): # If the test generation had an error, raise if testdef.error: if testdef.exception: if isinstance(testdef.exception, Exception): raise testdef.exception else: raise Exception(testdef.exception) else: raise Exception("Test parse failure") def _verify_outputs(testdef, history, jobs, tool_id, data_list, data_collection_list, galaxy_interactor, quiet=False): assert len(jobs) == 1, "Test framework logic error, somehow tool test resulted in more than one job." job = jobs[0] maxseconds = testdef.maxseconds if testdef.num_outputs is not None: expected = testdef.num_outputs actual = len(data_list) + len(data_collection_list) if expected != actual: message_template = "Incorrect number of outputs - expected %d, found %s." message = message_template % (expected, actual) raise Exception(message) found_exceptions = [] def register_exception(e): if not found_exceptions and not quiet: # Only print this stuff out once. for stream in ['stdout', 'stderr']: if stream in job_stdio: print(_format_stream(job_stdio[stream], stream=stream, format=True), file=sys.stderr) found_exceptions.append(e) if testdef.expect_failure: if testdef.outputs: raise Exception("Cannot specify outputs in a test expecting failure.") # Wait for the job to complete and register expections if the final # status was not what test was expecting. job_failed = False try: galaxy_interactor.wait_for_job(job['id'], history, maxseconds) except Exception as e: job_failed = True if not testdef.expect_failure: found_exceptions.append(e) job_stdio = galaxy_interactor.get_job_stdio(job['id']) if not job_failed and testdef.expect_failure: error = AssertionError("Expected job to fail but Galaxy indicated the job successfully completed.") register_exception(error) expect_exit_code = testdef.expect_exit_code if expect_exit_code is not None: exit_code = job_stdio["exit_code"] if str(expect_exit_code) != str(exit_code): error = AssertionError("Expected job to complete with exit code {}, found {}".format(expect_exit_code, exit_code)) register_exception(error) for output_index, output_dict in enumerate(testdef.outputs): # Get the correct hid name = output_dict["name"] outfile = output_dict["value"] attributes = output_dict["attributes"] output_testdef = Bunch(name=name, outfile=outfile, attributes=attributes) try: output_data = data_list[name] except (TypeError, KeyError): # Legacy - fall back on ordered data list access if data_list is # just a list (case with twill variant or if output changes its # name). if hasattr(data_list, "values"): output_data = list(data_list.values())[output_index] else: output_data = data_list[len(data_list) - len(testdef.outputs) + output_index] assert output_data is not None try: galaxy_interactor.verify_output(history, jobs, output_data, output_testdef=output_testdef, tool_id=tool_id, maxseconds=maxseconds) except Exception as e: register_exception(e) other_checks = { "command_line": "Command produced by the job", "command_version": "Tool version indicated during job execution", "stdout": "Standard output of the job", "stderr": "Standard error of the job", } # TODO: Only hack the stdio like this for older profile, for newer tool profiles # add some syntax for asserting job messages maybe - or just drop this because exit # code and regex on stdio can be tested directly - so this is really testing Galaxy # core handling more than the tool. job_messages = job_stdio.get("job_messages") or [] stdout_prefix = "" stderr_prefix = "" for job_message in job_messages: message_type = job_message.get("type") if message_type == "regex" and job_message.get("stream") == "stderr": stderr_prefix += (job_message.get("desc") or '') + "\n" elif message_type == "regex" and job_message.get("stream") == "stdout": stdout_prefix += (job_message.get("desc") or '') + "\n" elif message_type == "exit_code": stderr_prefix += (job_message.get("desc") or '') + "\n" else: raise Exception("Unknown job message type [{}] in [{}]".format(message_type, job_message)) for what, description in other_checks.items(): if getattr(testdef, what, None) is not None: try: raw_data = job_stdio[what] assertions = getattr(testdef, what) if what == "stdout": data = stdout_prefix + raw_data elif what == "stderr": data = stderr_prefix + raw_data else: data = raw_data verify_assertions(data, assertions) except AssertionError as err: errmsg = '%s different than expected\n' % description errmsg += util.unicodify(err) register_exception(AssertionError(errmsg)) for output_collection_def in testdef.output_collections: try: name = output_collection_def.name # TODO: data_collection_list is clearly a bad name for dictionary. if name not in data_collection_list: template = "Failed to find output [%s], tool outputs include [%s]" message = template % (name, ",".join(data_collection_list.keys())) raise AssertionError(message) # Data collection returned from submission, elements may have been populated after # the job completed so re-hit the API for more information. data_collection_id = data_collection_list[name]["id"] galaxy_interactor.verify_output_collection(output_collection_def, data_collection_id, history, tool_id) except Exception as e: register_exception(e) if found_exceptions: raise JobOutputsError(found_exceptions, job_stdio) else: return job_stdio def _format_stream(output, stream, format): output = output or '' if format: msg = "---------------------- >> begin tool %s << -----------------------\n" % stream msg += output + "\n" msg += "----------------------- >> end tool %s << ------------------------\n" % stream else: msg = output return msg
[docs]class JobOutputsError(AssertionError):
[docs] def __init__(self, output_exceptions, job_stdio): big_message = "\n".join(map(util.unicodify, output_exceptions)) super().__init__(big_message) self.job_stdio = job_stdio self.output_exceptions = output_exceptions
[docs]class ToolTestDescription: """ Encapsulates information about a tool test, and allows creation of a dynamic TestCase class (the unittest framework is very class oriented, doing dynamic tests in this way allows better integration) """
[docs] def __init__(self, processed_test_dict): assert "test_index" in processed_test_dict, "Invalid processed test description, must have a 'test_index' for naming, etc.." test_index = processed_test_dict["test_index"] name = processed_test_dict.get('name', 'Test-%d' % (test_index + 1)) maxseconds = processed_test_dict.get('maxseconds', DEFAULT_TOOL_TEST_WAIT) if maxseconds is not None: maxseconds = int(maxseconds) self.test_index = test_index assert "tool_id" in processed_test_dict, "Invalid processed test description, must have a 'tool_id' for naming, etc.." self.tool_id = processed_test_dict["tool_id"] self.tool_version = processed_test_dict.get("tool_version") self.name = name self.maxseconds = maxseconds self.required_files = processed_test_dict.get("required_files", []) self.required_data_tables = processed_test_dict.get("required_data_tables", []) self.required_loc_files = processed_test_dict.get("required_loc_files", []) inputs = processed_test_dict.get("inputs", {}) loaded_inputs = {} for key, value in inputs.items(): if isinstance(value, dict) and value.get("model_class"): loaded_inputs[key] = TestCollectionDef.from_dict(value) else: loaded_inputs[key] = value self.inputs = loaded_inputs self.outputs = processed_test_dict.get("outputs", []) self.num_outputs = processed_test_dict.get("num_outputs", None) self.error = processed_test_dict.get("error", False) self.exception = processed_test_dict.get("exception", None) self.output_collections = map(TestCollectionOutputDef.from_dict, processed_test_dict.get("output_collections", [])) self.command_line = processed_test_dict.get("command_line", None) self.command_version = processed_test_dict.get("command_version", None) self.stdout = processed_test_dict.get("stdout", None) self.stderr = processed_test_dict.get("stderr", None) self.expect_exit_code = processed_test_dict.get("expect_exit_code", None) self.expect_failure = processed_test_dict.get("expect_failure", False)
[docs] def test_data(self): """ Iterator over metadata representing the required files for upload. """ return test_data_iter(self.required_files)
[docs] def to_dict(self): inputs_dict = {} for key, value in self.inputs.items(): if hasattr(value, "to_dict"): inputs_dict[key] = value.to_dict() else: inputs_dict[key] = value return { "inputs": inputs_dict, "outputs": self.outputs, "output_collections": [_.to_dict() for _ in self.output_collections], "num_outputs": self.num_outputs, "command_line": self.command_line, "command_version": self.command_version, "stdout": self.stdout, "stderr": self.stderr, "expect_exit_code": self.expect_exit_code, "expect_failure": self.expect_failure, "name": self.name, "test_index": self.test_index, "tool_id": self.tool_id, "tool_version": self.tool_version, "required_files": self.required_files, "required_data_tables": self.required_data_tables, "required_loc_files": self.required_loc_files, "error": self.error, "exception": self.exception, }
[docs]@nottest def test_data_iter(required_files): for fname, extra in required_files: data_dict = dict( fname=fname, metadata=extra.get('metadata', {}), composite_data=extra.get('composite_data', []), ftype=extra.get('ftype', DEFAULT_FTYPE), dbkey=extra.get('dbkey', DEFAULT_DBKEY), ) edit_attributes = extra.get('edit_attributes', []) # currently only renaming is supported for edit_att in edit_attributes: if edit_att.get('type', None) == 'name': new_name = edit_att.get('value', None) assert new_name, 'You must supply the new dataset name as the value tag of the edit_attributes tag' data_dict['name'] = new_name else: raise Exception('edit_attributes type (%s) is unimplemented' % edit_att.get('type', None)) yield data_dict
[docs]def galaxy_requests_post(url, data=None, files=None, as_json=False, params=None): """Handle some Galaxy conventions and work around requests issues. This is admittedly kind of hacky, so the interface may change frequently - be careful on reuse. If ``as_json`` is True, use post payload using request's json parameter instead of the data parameter (i.e. assume the contents is a json-ified blob instead of form parameters with individual parameters json-ified if needed). requests doesn't allow files to be specified with the json parameter - so rewrite the parameters to handle that if as_json is True with specified files. """ params = params or {} data = data or {} # handle encoded files if files is None: # if not explicitly passed, check __files... convention used in tool testing # and API testing code files = data.get("__files", None) if files is not None: del data["__files"] # files doesn't really work with json, so dump the parameters # and do a normal POST with request's data parameter. if files is not None and as_json: as_json = False new_items = {} for key, val in data.items(): if isinstance(val, dict) or isinstance(val, list): new_items[key] = dumps(val) data.update(new_items) kwd = { 'files': files, } if as_json: kwd['json'] = data kwd['params'] = params else: data.update(params) kwd['data'] = data return requests.post(url, **kwd)