Module: Dor::Processable

Extended by:
ActiveSupport::Concern
Includes:
Upgradable, SolrDocHelper
Included in:
AdminPolicyObject, BasicItem, Collection, Set, Versionable
Defined in:
lib/dor/models/processable.rb

Constant Summary collapse

STATUS_CODE_DISP_TXT =

verbiage we want to use to describe an item when it has completed a particular step

{
  0 => 'Unknown Status', #if there are no milestones for the current version, someone likely messed up the versioning process.
  1 => 'Registered',
  2 => 'In accessioning',
  3 => 'In accessioning (described)',
  4 => 'In accessioning (described, published)',
  5 => 'In accessioning (described, published, deposited)',
  6 => 'Accessioned',
  7 => 'Accessioned (indexed)',
  8 => 'Accessioned (indexed, ingested)',
  9 => 'Opened'
}
STEPS =

milestones from accessioning and the order they happen in

{
  'registered' => 1,
  'submitted' => 2,
  'described' => 3,
  'published' => 4,
  'deposited' => 5,
  'accessioned' => 6,
  'indexed' => 7,
  'shelved' => 8,
  'opened' => 1
}

Instance Method Summary collapse

Methods included from Upgradable

add_upgrade_callback, included, run_upgrade_callbacks, #upgrade!

Methods included from SolrDocHelper

#add_solr_value

Instance Method Details

#build_datastream(datastream, force = false, is_required = false) ⇒ Object

Takes the name of a datastream, as a string (fooMetadata). Builds that datastream using the content of a file if such a file exists and is newer than the object's current datastream; otherwise, builds the datastream by calling build_fooMetadata_datastream.


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 75

def build_datastream(datastream, force = false, is_required = false)
  # See if the datastream exists as a file and if the file's
  # timestamp is newer than the datastream's timestamp.
  ds       = datastreams[datastream]
  filename = (datastream)
  use_file = filename && (ds.createDate.nil? || File.mtime(filename) >= ds.createDate)
  # Build datastream.
  if use_file
    content = File.read(filename)
    ds.content = content
    ds.ng_xml = Nokogiri::XML(content) if ds.respond_to?(:ng_xml)
    ds.save unless ds.digital_object.new?
  elsif force or empty_datastream?(ds)
    meth = "build_#{datastream}_datastream".to_sym
    if respond_to?(meth)
      content = self.send(meth, ds)
      ds.save unless ds.digital_object.new?
    end
  end
  # Check for success.
  if is_required && empty_datastream?(ds)
    raise "Required datastream #{datastream} could not be populated!"
  end
  return ds
end

#cleanupObject


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 101

def cleanup()
  CleanupService.cleanup(self)
end

#empty_datastream?(datastream) ⇒ Boolean


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 53

def empty_datastream?(datastream)
  if datastream.new?
    true
  elsif datastream.class.respond_to?(:xml_template)
    datastream.content.to_s.empty? or EquivalentXml.equivalent?(datastream.content, datastream.class.xml_template)
  else
    datastream.content.to_s.empty?
  end
end

#find_metadata_file(datastream) ⇒ Object

Takes the name of a datastream, as a string. Tries to find a file for the datastream. Returns the path to it or nil.


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 66

def (datastream)
  druid = DruidTools::Druid.new(pid, Dor::Config.stacks.local_workspace_root)
  return druid.("#{datastream}.xml")
end

#initialize_workflow(name, repo = 'dor', create_ds = true, priority = 0) ⇒ Object

Initilizes workflow for the object in the workflow service

It will set the priorty of the new workflow to the current_priority if it is > 0
It will set lane_id from the item's APO default workflow lane

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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 215

def initialize_workflow(name, repo='dor', create_ds=true, priority=0)
  priority = workflows.current_priority if priority == 0
  opts = { :create_ds => create_ds }
  opts[:priority] = priority if(priority > 0)
  opts[:lane_id] = default_workflow_lane
  Dor::WorkflowService.create_workflow(repo, self.pid, name, Dor::WorkflowObject.initial_workflow(name), opts)
end

#milestonesObject


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 105

def milestones
  Dor::WorkflowService.get_milestones('dor',self.pid)
end

#set_workflows_datastream_locationObject


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 41

def set_workflows_datastream_location
  # This is a work-around for some strange logic in ActiveFedora that
  # don't allow self.workflows.new? to work if we load the object using
  # .load_instance_from_solr.
  return if self.respond_to? :inner_object and self.inner_object.is_a? ActiveFedora::SolrDigitalObject

  if self.workflows.new?
    workflows.mimeType = 'application/xml'
    workflows.dsLocation = File.join(Dor::Config.workflow.url,"dor/objects/#{self.pid}/workflows")
  end
end

#status(include_time = false) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 142

def status(include_time=false)
  status_info_hash = status_info
  current_version, status_code, status_time = status_info_hash[:current_version], status_info_hash[:status_code], status_info_hash[:status_time]

  #use the translation table to get the appropriate verbage for the latest step
  result = "v#{current_version} #{STATUS_CODE_DISP_TXT[status_code]}"
  result += " #{format_date(status_time)}" if include_time
  return result
end

#status_infoObject


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 109

def status_info()
  current_version = '1'
  begin
    current_version = self..current_version_id
  rescue
  end

  current_milestones = []
  #only get steps that are part of accessioning and part of the current version. That can mean they were archived with the current version
  #number, or they might be active (no version number).
  milestones.each do |m|
    if STEPS.keys.include?(m[:milestone]) and (m[:version].nil? or m[:version] == current_version)
      current_milestones << m unless m[:milestone] == 'registered' and current_version.to_i > 1
    end
  end

  status_code = 0
  status_time = ''
  #for each milestone in the current version, see if it comes after the current 'last' step, if so, make it the last and record the date/time
  current_milestones.each do |m|
    name = m[:milestone]
    time = m[:at].utc.xmlschema
    if STEPS.keys.include? name
      if STEPS[name] > status_code
        status_code = STEPS[name]
        status_time = time
      end
    end
  end

  return {:current_version => current_version, :status_code => status_code, :status_time => status_time}
end

#to_solr(solr_doc = Hash.new, *args) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/dor/models/processable.rb', line 152

def to_solr(solr_doc=Hash.new, *args)
  super(solr_doc, *args)
  sortable_milestones = {}
  current_version='1'
  begin
    current_version = self..current_version_id
  rescue
  end
  current_version_num=current_version.to_i

  if self.respond_to?('versionMetadata')
    #add an entry with version id, tag and description for each version
    while current_version_num > 0
      add_solr_value(solr_doc, 'versions', current_version_num.to_s + ';' + self..tag_for_version(current_version_num.to_s) + ';' + self..description_for_version(current_version_num.to_s), :string, [:displayable])
      current_version_num -= 1
    end
  end

  self.milestones.each do |milestone|
    timestamp = milestone[:at].utc.xmlschema
    sortable_milestones[milestone[:milestone]] ||= []
    sortable_milestones[milestone[:milestone]] << timestamp
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, 'lifecycle', milestone[:milestone], :string, [:searchable, :facetable])
    unless milestone[:version]
      milestone[:version]=current_version
    end
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, 'lifecycle', "#{milestone[:milestone]}:#{timestamp};#{milestone[:version]}", :string, [:displayable])
  end

  sortable_milestones.each do |milestone, unordered_dates|
    dates = unordered_dates.sort
    #create the published_dt and published_day fields and the like
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, milestone+'_day', DateTime.parse(dates.last).beginning_of_day.utc.xmlschema.split('T').first, :string, [:searchable, :facetable])
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, milestone, dates.first, :date, [:searchable, :facetable])

    #fields for OAI havester to sort on
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, "#{milestone}_earliest_dt", dates.first, :date, [:sortable])
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, "#{milestone}_latest_dt", dates.last, :date, [:sortable])

    #for future faceting
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, "#{milestone}_earliest", dates.first, :date, [:searchable, :facetable])
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, "#{milestone}_latest", dates.last, :date, [ :searchable, :facetable])

  end
  add_solr_value(solr_doc,"status",status,:string, [:displayable])

  if sortable_milestones['opened']
    #add a facetable field for the date when the open version was opened
    opened_date=sortable_milestones['opened'].sort.last
    add_solr_value(solr_doc, "version_opened", DateTime.parse(opened_date).beginning_of_day.utc.xmlschema.split('T').first, :string, [ :searchable, :facetable])
  end
  add_solr_value(solr_doc, "current_version", current_version.to_s, :string, [ :displayable , :facetable])
  add_solr_value(solr_doc, "last_modified_day", self.modified_date.to_s.split('T').first, :string, [ :facetable ])
  add_solr_value(solr_doc, "rights", rights, :string, [:facetable]) if self.respond_to? :rights
  solr_doc
end