The designateclient.utils Module

The designateclient.utils Module

class designateclient.utils.AdapterWithTimeout(*args, **kw)[source]

Bases: keystoneauth1.adapter.Adapter

adapter.Adapter wraps around a Session.

The user can pass a timeout keyword that will apply only to the Designate Client, in order:

  • timeout keyword passed to request()
  • timeout keyword passed to AdapterWithTimeout()
  • timeout attribute on keystone session
request(*args, **kwargs)[source]
designateclient.utils.find_resourceid_by_name_or_id(resource_client, name_or_id)[source]

Find resource id from its id or name.


Some row’s might have variable count of columns, ensure that we have the same.

Parameters:data – Results in [{}, {]}]
designateclient.utils.get_item_properties(item, fields, mixed_case_fields=[], formatters={})[source]

Return a tuple containing the item properties.

  • item – a single item resource (e.g. Server, Tenant, etc)
  • fields – tuple of strings with the desired field names
  • mixed_case_fields – tuple of field names to preserve case
  • formatters – dictionary mapping field names to callables to format the values
designateclient.utils.get_session(auth_url, endpoint, domain_id, domain_name, project_id, project_name, project_domain_name, project_domain_id, username, user_id, password, user_domain_id, user_domain_name, token, insecure, cacert, all_tenants=False, edit_managed=False)[source]
designateclient.utils.load_schema(version, name, package=None)[source]
designateclient.utils.resource_string(*args, **kwargs)[source]
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python-designateclient 2.10.1.dev3