Source code for taskflow.persistence.backends

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import contextlib

from stevedore import driver

from taskflow import exceptions as exc
from taskflow import logging
from taskflow.utils import misc

# NOTE(harlowja): this is the entrypoint namespace, not the module namespace.
BACKEND_NAMESPACE = 'taskflow.persistence'

LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]def fetch(conf, namespace=BACKEND_NAMESPACE, **kwargs): """Fetch a persistence backend with the given configuration. This fetch method will look for the entrypoint name in the entrypoint namespace, and then attempt to instantiate that entrypoint using the provided configuration and any persistence backend specific kwargs. NOTE(harlowja): to aid in making it easy to specify configuration and options to a backend the configuration (which is typical just a dictionary) can also be a URI string that identifies the entrypoint name and any configuration specific to that backend. For example, given the following configuration URI:: mysql://<not-used>/?a=b&c=d This will look for the entrypoint named 'mysql' and will provide a configuration object composed of the URI's components, in this case that is ``{'a': 'b', 'c': 'd'}`` to the constructor of that persistence backend instance. """ backend, conf = misc.extract_driver_and_conf(conf, 'connection') # If the backend is like 'mysql+pymysql://...' which informs the # backend to use a dialect (supported by sqlalchemy at least) we just want # to look at the first component to find our entrypoint backend name... if backend.find("+") != -1: backend = backend.split("+", 1)[0] LOG.debug('Looking for %r backend driver in %r', backend, namespace) try: mgr = driver.DriverManager(namespace, backend, invoke_on_load=True, invoke_args=(conf,), invoke_kwds=kwargs) return mgr.driver except RuntimeError as e: raise exc.NotFound("Could not find backend %s: %s" % (backend, e))
[docs]@contextlib.contextmanager def backend(conf, namespace=BACKEND_NAMESPACE, **kwargs): """Fetches a backend, connects, upgrades, then closes it on completion. This allows a backend instance to be fetched, connected to, have its schema upgraded (if the schema is already up to date this is a no-op) and then used in a context manager statement with the backend being closed upon context manager exit. """ with contextlib.closing(fetch(conf, namespace=namespace, **kwargs)) as be: with contextlib.closing(be.get_connection()) as conn: conn.upgrade() yield be