heat.engine.template

Source code for heat.engine.template

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import abc
import collections
import copy
import functools
import hashlib

import six
from stevedore import extension

from heat.common import exception
from heat.common.i18n import _
from heat.common import template_format
from heat.engine import conditions
from heat.engine import environment
from heat.engine import function
from heat.engine import template_files
from heat.objects import raw_template as template_object

__all__ = ['Template']


_template_classes = None


def get_version(template_data, available_versions):
    version_keys = set(key for key, version in available_versions)
    candidate_keys = set(k for k, v in six.iteritems(template_data) if
                         isinstance(v, six.string_types))

    keys_present = version_keys & candidate_keys

    if len(keys_present) > 1:
        explanation = _('Ambiguous versions (%s)') % ', '.join(keys_present)
        raise exception.InvalidTemplateVersion(explanation=explanation)
    try:
        version_key = keys_present.pop()
    except KeyError:
        explanation = _('Template version was not provided')
        raise exception.InvalidTemplateVersion(explanation=explanation)
    return version_key, template_data[version_key]


def _get_template_extension_manager():
    return extension.ExtensionManager(
        namespace='heat.templates',
        invoke_on_load=False,
        on_load_failure_callback=raise_extension_exception)


def raise_extension_exception(extmanager, ep, err):
    raise TemplatePluginNotRegistered(name=ep.name, error=six.text_type(err))


class TemplatePluginNotRegistered(exception.HeatException):
    msg_fmt = _("Could not load %(name)s: %(error)s")


def get_template_class(template_data):
    available_versions = _template_classes.keys()
    version = get_version(template_data, available_versions)
    version_type = version[0]
    try:
        return _template_classes[version]
    except KeyError:
        av_list = sorted(
            [v for k, v in available_versions if k == version_type])
        msg_data = {'version': ': '.join(version),
                    'version_type': version_type,
                    'available': ', '.join(v for v in av_list)}

        if len(av_list) > 1:
            explanation = _('"%(version)s". "%(version_type)s" '
                            'should be one of: %(available)s') % msg_data
        else:
            explanation = _('"%(version)s". "%(version_type)s" '
                            'should be: %(available)s') % msg_data
        raise exception.InvalidTemplateVersion(explanation=explanation)


[docs]class Template(collections.Mapping): """Abstract base class for template format plugins. All template formats (both internal and third-party) should derive from Template and implement the abstract functions to provide resource definitions and other data. This is a stable third-party API. Do not add implementations that are specific to internal template formats. Do not add new abstract methods. """ condition_functions = {} functions = {} def __new__(cls, template, *args, **kwargs): """Create a new Template of the appropriate class.""" global _template_classes if _template_classes is None: mgr = _get_template_extension_manager() _template_classes = dict((tuple(name.split('.')), mgr[name].plugin) for name in mgr.names()) if cls != Template: TemplateClass = cls else: TemplateClass = get_template_class(template) return super(Template, cls).__new__(TemplateClass) def __init__(self, template, template_id=None, files=None, env=None): """Initialise the template with JSON object and set of Parameters.""" self.id = template_id self.t = template self.files = files or {} self.maps = self[self.MAPPINGS] self.env = env or environment.Environment({}) self.merge_sections = [self.PARAMETERS] self.version = get_version(self.t, _template_classes.keys()) self.t_digest = None condition_functions = {n: function.Invalid for n in self.functions} condition_functions.update(self.condition_functions) self._parser_condition_functions = condition_functions def __deepcopy__(self, memo): return Template(copy.deepcopy(self.t, memo), files=self.files, env=self.env)
[docs] def merge_snippets(self, other): for s in self.merge_sections: if s not in other.t: continue if s not in self.t: self.t[s] = {} self.t[s].update(other.t[s])
[docs] @classmethod def load(cls, context, template_id, t=None): """Retrieve a Template with the given ID from the database.""" if t is None: t = template_object.RawTemplate.get_by_id(context, template_id) env = environment.Environment(t.environment) # support loading the legacy t.files, but modern templates will # have a t.files_id t_files = t.files or t.files_id return cls(t.template, template_id=template_id, env=env, files=t_files)
[docs] def store(self, context): """Store the Template in the database and return its ID.""" rt = { 'template': self.t, 'files_id': self.files.store(context), 'environment': self.env.env_as_dict() } if self.id is None: new_rt = template_object.RawTemplate.create(context, rt) self.id = new_rt.id else: template_object.RawTemplate.update_by_id(context, self.id, rt) return self.id
@property def files(self): return self._template_files @files.setter def files(self, files): self._template_files = template_files.TemplateFiles(files) def __iter__(self): """Return an iterator over the section names.""" return (s for s in self.SECTIONS if s not in self.SECTIONS_NO_DIRECT_ACCESS) def __len__(self): """Return the number of sections.""" return len(self.SECTIONS) - len(self.SECTIONS_NO_DIRECT_ACCESS)
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def param_schemata(self, param_defaults=None): """Return a dict of parameters.Schema objects for the parameters.""" pass
[docs] def all_param_schemata(self, files): schema = {} files = files if files is not None else {} for f in files.values(): try: data = template_format.parse(f) except ValueError: continue else: sub_tmpl = Template(data) schema.update(sub_tmpl.param_schemata()) # Parent template has precedence, so update the schema last. schema.update(self.param_schemata()) return schema
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def get_section_name(self, section): """Get the name of a field within a resource or output definition. Return the name of the given field (specified by the constants given in heat.engine.rsrc_defn and heat.engine.output) in the template format. This is used in error reporting to help users find the location of errors in the template. Note that 'section' here does not refer to a top-level section of the template (like parameters, resources, &c.) as it does everywhere else. """ pass
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def parameters(self, stack_identifier, user_params, param_defaults=None): """Return a parameters.Parameters object for the stack.""" pass
[docs] def validate_resource_definitions(self, stack): """Check validity of resource definitions. This method is deprecated. Subclasses should validate the resource definitions in the process of generating them when calling resource_definitions(). However, for now this method is still called in case any third-party plugins are relying on this for validation and need time to migrate. """ pass
[docs] def conditions(self, stack): """Return a dictionary of resolved conditions.""" return conditions.Conditions({})
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def outputs(self, stack): """Return a dictionary of OutputDefinition objects.""" pass
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def resource_definitions(self, stack): """Return a dictionary of ResourceDefinition objects.""" pass
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_resource(self, definition, name=None): """Add a resource to the template. The resource is passed as a ResourceDefinition object. If no name is specified, the name from the ResourceDefinition should be used. """ pass
[docs] def add_output(self, definition): """Add an output to the template. The output is passed as a OutputDefinition object. """ raise NotImplementedError
[docs] def remove_resource(self, name): """Remove a resource from the template.""" self.t.get(self.RESOURCES, {}).pop(name)
[docs] def remove_all_resources(self): """Remove all the resources from the template.""" if self.RESOURCES in self.t: self.t.update({self.RESOURCES: {}})
[docs] def parse(self, stack, snippet, path=''): return parse(self.functions, stack, snippet, path, self)
[docs] def parse_condition(self, stack, snippet, path=''): return parse(self._parser_condition_functions, stack, snippet, path, self)
[docs] def validate(self): """Validate the template. Validates the top-level sections of the template as well as syntax inside select sections. Some sections are not checked here but in code parts that are responsible for working with the respective sections (e.g. parameters are check by parameters schema class). """ t_digest = hashlib.sha256( six.text_type(self.t).encode('utf-8')).hexdigest() # TODO(kanagaraj-manickam) currently t_digest is stored in self. which # is used to check whether already template is validated or not. # But it needs to be loaded from dogpile cache backend once its # available in heat (https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/heat-specs/ # specs/liberty/constraint-validation-cache.html). This is required # as multiple heat-engines may process the same template at least # in case of instance_group. And it fixes partially bug 1444316 if t_digest == self.t_digest: return # check top-level sections for k in self.t.keys(): if k not in self.SECTIONS: raise exception.InvalidTemplateSection(section=k) # check resources for res in six.itervalues(self[self.RESOURCES]): try: if not res or not res.get('Type'): message = _('Each Resource must contain ' 'a Type key.') raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=message) except AttributeError: message = _('Resources must contain Resource. ' 'Found a [%s] instead') % type(res) raise exception.StackValidationFailed(message=message) self.t_digest = t_digest
[docs] @classmethod def create_empty_template(cls, version=('heat_template_version', '2015-04-30'), from_template=None): """Create an empty template. Creates a new empty template with given version. If version is not provided, a new empty HOT template of version "2015-04-30" is returned. :param version: A tuple containing version header of the template: version key and value. E.g. ("heat_template_version", "2015-04-30") :returns: A new empty template. """ if from_template: # remove resources from the template and return; keep the # env and other things intact tmpl = copy.deepcopy(from_template) tmpl.remove_all_resources() return tmpl else: tmpl = {version[0]: version[1]} return cls(tmpl)
def parse(functions, stack, snippet, path='', template=None): recurse = functools.partial(parse, functions, stack, template=template) if isinstance(snippet, collections.Mapping): def mkpath(key): return '.'.join([path, six.text_type(key)]) if len(snippet) == 1: fn_name, args = next(six.iteritems(snippet)) Func = functions.get(fn_name) if Func is not None: try: path = '.'.join([path, fn_name]) if issubclass(Func, function.Macro): return Func(stack, fn_name, args, functools.partial(recurse, path=path), template) else: return Func(stack, fn_name, recurse(args, path)) except (ValueError, TypeError, KeyError) as e: raise exception.StackValidationFailed( path=path, message=six.text_type(e)) return dict((k, recurse(v, mkpath(k))) for k, v in six.iteritems(snippet)) elif (not isinstance(snippet, six.string_types) and isinstance(snippet, collections.Iterable)): def mkpath(idx): return ''.join([path, '[%d]' % idx]) return [recurse(v, mkpath(i)) for i, v in enumerate(snippet)] else: return snippet
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