Source code for keystone.common.sql.legacy_migrations.data_migration_repo.versions.073_migrate_initial_migration

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# A null initial migration to open this repo. Do not re-use replace this with
# a real migration, add additional ones in subsequent version scripts.

import sqlalchemy as sql
import sqlalchemy.orm

NULL_DOMAIN_ID = '<<keystone.domain.root>>'

[docs]def upgrade(migrate_engine): def _generate_root_domain_project(): # Generate a project that will act as a root for all domains, in order # for use to be able to use a FK constraint on domain_id. Projects # acting as a domain will not reference this as their parent_id, just # as domain_id. # # This special project is filtered out by the driver, so is never # visible to the manager or API. project_ref = { 'id': NULL_DOMAIN_ID, 'name': NULL_DOMAIN_ID, 'enabled': False, 'description': '', 'domain_id': NULL_DOMAIN_ID, 'is_domain': True, 'parent_id': None, 'extra': '{}', } return project_ref meta = sql.MetaData() meta.bind = migrate_engine session = sql.orm.sessionmaker(bind=migrate_engine)() project = sql.Table('project', meta, autoload=True) root_domain_project = _generate_root_domain_project() new_entry = project.insert().values(**root_domain_project) session.execute(new_entry) session.commit() session.close()