Source code for mwdblib.api.api

import base64
import datetime
import functools
import json
import re
import time
import warnings
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, Callable, List, Optional, Tuple, Type, cast
from urllib.parse import urljoin

import requests
from requests.exceptions import ConnectionError, HTTPError

from ..exc import (
from .options import APIClientOptions

    from .. import MWDB

class JWTAuthToken:
    def __init__(self, value: str) -> None:
        self.value: str = value
            header, payload, signature = value.split(".")
            self.header = json.loads(base64.b64decode(header + "=="))
            self.payload = json.loads(base64.b64decode(payload + "=="))
        except ValueError:
            raise InvalidCredentialsError(
                "Invalid authentication token. Verify whether actual token is provided "
                "instead of its UUID."

    def is_expired(self) -> bool:
        if "exp" not in self.header:
            # No expiration time set
            return False
        return bool(datetime.datetime.utcnow().timestamp() >= self.header["exp"])

    def username(self) -> str:
        return str(self.payload["login"])

[docs]class APIClient: """ Client for MWDB REST API that performs authentication and low-level API request/response handling. If you want to send arbitrary request to MWDB API, use :py:meth:`get`, :py:meth:`post`, :py:meth:`put` and :py:meth:`delete` methods using ``MWDB.api`` property. .. code-block:: python mwdb = MWDB() ... # Deletes object with given sha256 mwdb.api.delete(f'object/{sha256}') """ def __init__(self, _auth_token: Optional[str] = None, **api_options: Any) -> None: self.options: APIClientOptions = APIClientOptions(**api_options) self.auth_token: Optional[JWTAuthToken] = None self._server_metadata: Optional[dict] = None self.session: requests.Session = requests.Session() from ..__version__ import __version__ self.session.headers[ "User-Agent" ] = f'mwdblib/{__version__} {self.session.headers["User-Agent"]}' if _auth_token: self.set_auth_token(_auth_token) if self.options.api_key: self.set_api_key(self.options.api_key) elif self.options.username and self.options.password: self.login(self.options.username, self.options.password) @property def server_metadata(self) -> dict: if self._server_metadata is None: self._server_metadata = self.get("server", noauth=True) return self._server_metadata @property def server_version(self) -> str: return str(self.server_metadata["server_version"]) @property def logged_user(self) -> Optional[str]: return self.auth_token.username if self.auth_token else None def set_auth_token(self, auth_key: str) -> None: self.auth_token = JWTAuthToken(auth_key) self.session.headers.update( {"Authorization": f"Bearer {self.auth_token.value}"} ) def login(self, username: str, password: str) -> None: token = "auth/login", json={"login": username, "password": password}, noauth=True )["token"] self.set_auth_token(token) # Store credentials in API options self.options.username = username self.options.password = password def set_api_key(self, api_key: str) -> None: self.set_auth_token(api_key) # Store credentials in API options self.options.api_key = api_key def logout(self) -> None: self.auth_token = None self.session.headers.pop("Authorization") def perform_request( self, method: str, url: str, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any ) -> requests.models.Response: try: response = self.session.request(method, url, *args, **kwargs) response.raise_for_status() return response except requests.exceptions.HTTPError as http_error: mapped_error = map_http_error(http_error) if mapped_error is None: raise raise mapped_error
[docs] def request( self, method: str, url: str, noauth: bool = False, raw: bool = False, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any, ) -> Any: """ Sends request to MWDB API. Other keyword arguments are the same as in requests library. :param method: HTTP method :param url: Relative url of API endpoint :param noauth: | Don't check if user is authenticated before sending request (default: False) :param raw: Return raw response bytes instead of parsed JSON (default: False) """ # Check if authenticated if not noauth and self.auth_token is None: raise NotAuthenticatedError( "API credentials for MWDB were not set, pass api_key parameter " "to MWDB or call MWDB.login first" ) # Set method name and request URL url = urljoin(self.options.api_url, url) # Pass verify_ssl setting to requests kwargs kwargs["verify"] = self.options.verify_ssl downtime_retries = self.options.max_downtime_retries downtime_timeout = self.options.downtime_timeout retry_on_downtime = self.options.retry_on_downtime retry_idempotent = self.options.retry_idempotent while True: try: response = self.perform_request(method, url, *args, **kwargs) try: return response.json() if not raw else response.content except ValueError: raise BadResponseError( "Can't decode JSON response from server. " "Probably APIClient.api_url points to the MWDB web app " "instead of MWDB REST API." ) except NotAuthenticatedError: # Forget current auth_key self.logout() # If no password set: re-raise if self.options.password is None: raise # Try to log in self.login(self.options.username, self.options.password) # Retry failed request... except LimitExceededError as e: if not self.options.obey_ratelimiter: raise # Assume that http_error is not Optional for LimitExceededError http_error: HTTPError = cast(HTTPError, e.http_error) if "Retry-After" not in http_error.response.headers: # This should be exponential backoff, but we don't expect # to see mwdb instances without retry-after headers anyway retry_after = 60 else: retry_after = int(http_error.response.headers["Retry-After"]) if self.options.emit_warnings: warnings.warn( f"Rate limit exceeded. Sleeping for a {retry_after} seconds." ) time.sleep(retry_after) # Retry failed request... except (ConnectionError, GatewayError): if ( not retry_on_downtime or downtime_retries == 0 or (not retry_idempotent and method == "post") ): raise downtime_retries -= 1 if self.options.emit_warnings: warnings.warn( "Retrying request due to connectivity issues. " f"Sleeping for {downtime_timeout} seconds." ) time.sleep(downtime_timeout)
# Retry failed request... def get(self, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: return self.request("get", *args, **kwargs) def post(self, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: return self.request("post", *args, **kwargs) def put(self, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: return self.request("put", *args, **kwargs) def delete(self, *args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: return self.request("delete", *args, **kwargs)
[docs] @staticmethod def requires(required_version: str, always_check_version: bool = False) -> Callable: """ Method decorator that provides server version requirement and fallback to older implementation if available. To optimize requests sent by CLI: first method is called always if server version is not already available. If it fails with EndpointNotFoundError, server version is fetched and used to determine if fallback is available. If your method fails on something different than missing endpoint, you can check version always by enabling ``always_check_version`` flag. """ class VersionDependentMethod: def __init__(self, main_method: Callable) -> None: self.required_version = parse_version(required_version) self.main_method = main_method self.fallback_methods: List[Tuple[Tuple[int, ...], Callable]] = [] functools.update_wrapper(self, main_method) def fallback(self, fallback_version: str) -> Callable: """ Registers fallback method """ def fallback_decorator(fallback_method: Callable) -> Callable: self.fallback_methods = sorted( self.fallback_methods + [(parse_version(fallback_version), fallback_method)], key=lambda e: e[0], reverse=True, ) return self return fallback_decorator def __get__(self, mwdb: "MWDB", objtype: Type) -> Callable: return functools.partial(self.__call__, mwdb) def __call__(self, mwdb: "MWDB", *args: Any, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: # Check server version if available server_version: Optional[Tuple[int, ...]] if mwdb.api._server_metadata is not None or always_check_version: server_version = parse_version(mwdb.api.server_version) else: server_version = None # If version available and matches the requirement: call main method if server_version is None or server_version >= self.required_version: try: return self.main_method(mwdb, *args, **kwargs) except EndpointNotFoundError: # On EndpointNotFoundError, check version requirement server_version = parse_version(mwdb.api.server_version) if server_version >= self.required_version: # If matches the requirement: something wrong happened raise # If not: call fallback methods fallback_version = self.required_version for fallback_version, fallback_method in self.fallback_methods: if server_version >= fallback_version: return fallback_method(mwdb, *args, **kwargs) else: # If no fallback matched: raise VersionMismatchError raise VersionMismatchError( f"Required server version is " f"'>={'.'.join(map(str, fallback_version))}' " f"but '{mwdb.api.server_version}' is installed" ) return VersionDependentMethod
def parse_version(version: str) -> Tuple[int, ...]: """ Parses server version into numerical tuple. Pre-release suffixes e.g. -rc1 are accepted but ignored. """ match = re.match( r"^(?P<major>\d+)\.(?P<minor>\d+)\.(?P<patch>\d+)(?:[-.]\w+)?", version, ) if not match: raise ValueError(f"Version doesn't match to pattern: {version}") return tuple(int(value) for value in match.groups())