Class: PulpcoreClient::ApiClient

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
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Defined in:
lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(config = Configuration.default) ⇒ ApiClient

Initializes the ApiClient

Parameters:

  • config (Hash) (defaults to: Configuration.default)

    a customizable set of options

Options Hash (config):

  • Configuration (Configuration)

    for initializing the object, default to Configuration.default


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 31

def initialize(config = Configuration.default)
  @config = config
  @user_agent = "OpenAPI-Generator/#{VERSION}/ruby"
  @default_headers = {
    'Content-Type' => 'application/json',
    'User-Agent' => @user_agent
  }
end

Instance Attribute Details

#configObject

The Configuration object holding settings to be used in the API client.


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 22

def config
  @config
end

#default_headersHash

Defines the headers to be used in HTTP requests of all API calls by default.

Returns:

  • (Hash)

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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 27

def default_headers
  @default_headers
end

Class Method Details

.defaultObject


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 40

def self.default
  @@default ||= ApiClient.new
end

Instance Method Details

#build_collection_param(param, collection_format) ⇒ Object

Build parameter value according to the given collection format.

Parameters:

  • collection_format (String)

    one of :csv, :ssv, :tsv, :pipes and :multi


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 384

def build_collection_param(param, collection_format)
  case collection_format
  when :csv
    param.join(',')
  when :ssv
    param.join(' ')
  when :tsv
    param.join("\t")
  when :pipes
    param.join('|')
  when :multi
    # return the array directly as typhoeus will handle it as expected
    param
  else
    fail "unknown collection format: #{collection_format.inspect}"
  end
end

#build_request(http_method, path, request, opts = {}) ⇒ Typhoeus::Request

Builds the HTTP request

Parameters:

  • http_method (String)

    HTTP method/verb (e.g. POST)

  • path (String)

    URL path (e.g. /account/new)

  • opts (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    a customizable set of options

Options Hash (opts):

  • :header_params (Hash)

    Header parameters

  • :query_params (Hash)

    Query parameters

  • :form_params (Hash)

    Query parameters

  • :body (Object)

    HTTP body (JSON/XML)

Returns:

  • (Typhoeus::Request)

    A Typhoeus Request


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 108

def build_request(http_method, path, request, opts = {})
  url = build_request_url(path)
  http_method = http_method.to_sym.downcase

  header_params = @default_headers.merge(opts[:header_params] || {})
  query_params = opts[:query_params] || {}
  form_params = opts[:form_params] || {}

  update_params_for_auth! header_params, query_params, opts[:auth_names]

  req_opts = {
    :method => http_method,
    :headers => header_params,
    :params => query_params,
    :params_encoding => @config.params_encoding,
    :timeout => @config.timeout,
    :verbose => @config.debugging
  }

  if [:post, :patch, :put, :delete].include?(http_method)
    req_body = build_request_body(header_params, form_params, opts[:body])
    req_opts.update :body => req_body
    if @config.debugging
      @config.logger.debug "HTTP request body param ~BEGIN~\n#{req_body}\n~END~\n"
    end
  end
  request.headers = header_params
  request.body = req_body
  request.url url
  request.params = query_params
  download_file(request) if opts[:return_type] == 'File'
  request
end

#build_request_body(header_params, form_params, body) ⇒ String

Builds the HTTP request body

Parameters:

  • header_params (Hash)

    Header parameters

  • form_params (Hash)

    Query parameters

  • body (Object)

    HTTP body (JSON/XML)

Returns:

  • (String)

    HTTP body data in the form of string


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 148

def build_request_body(header_params, form_params, body)
  # http form
  if header_params['Content-Type'] == 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded'
    data = URI.encode_www_form(form_params)
  elsif header_params['Content-Type'] == 'multipart/form-data'
    data = {}
    form_params.each do |key, value|
      case value
      when ::File, ::Tempfile
        # TODO hardcode to application/octet-stream, need better way to detect content type
        data[key] = Faraday::UploadIO.new(value.path, 'application/octet-stream', value.path)
      when ::Array, nil
        # let Faraday handle Array and nil parameters
        data[key] = value
      else
        data[key] = value.to_s
      end
    end
  elsif body
    data = body.is_a?(String) ? body : body.to_json
  else
    data = nil
  end
  data
end

#build_request_url(path) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 305

def build_request_url(path)
  # Add leading and trailing slashes to path
  path = "/#{path}".gsub(/\/+/, '/')
  @config.base_url + path
end

#call_api(http_method, path, opts = {}) ⇒ Array<(Object, Integer, Hash)>

Call an API with given options.

Returns:

  • (Array<(Object, Integer, Hash)>)

    an array of 3 elements: the data deserialized from response body (could be nil), response status code and response headers.


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 48

def call_api(http_method, path, opts = {})
  ssl_options = {
    :ca_file => @config.ssl_ca_file,
    :verify => @config.ssl_verify,
    :verify_mode => @config.ssl_verify_mode,
    :client_cert => @config.ssl_client_cert,
    :client_key => @config.ssl_client_key
  }

  connection = Faraday.new(:url => config.base_url, :ssl => ssl_options) do |conn|
    conn.basic_auth(config.username, config.password)
    if opts[:header_params]["Content-Type"] == "multipart/form-data"
      conn.request :multipart
      conn.request :url_encoded
    end
    conn.adapter(Faraday.default_adapter)
  end

  begin
    response = connection.public_send(http_method.to_sym.downcase) do |req|
      build_request(http_method, path, req, opts)
    end

    if @config.debugging
      @config.logger.debug "HTTP response body ~BEGIN~\n#{response.body}\n~END~\n"
    end

    unless response.success?
      if response.status == 0
        # Errors from libcurl will be made visible here
        fail ApiError.new(:code => 0,
                          :message => response.return_message)
      else
        fail ApiError.new(:code => response.status,
                          :response_headers => response.headers,
                          :response_body => response.body),
             response.reason_phrase
      end
    end
  rescue Faraday::TimeoutError
    fail ApiError.new('Connection timed out')
  end

  if opts[:return_type]
    data = deserialize(response, opts[:return_type])
  else
    data = nil
  end
  return data, response.status, response.headers
end

#convert_to_type(data, return_type) ⇒ Mixed

Convert data to the given return type.

Parameters:

  • data (Object)

    Data to be converted

  • return_type (String)

    Return type

Returns:

  • (Mixed)

    Data in a particular type


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 224

def convert_to_type(data, return_type)
  return nil if data.nil?
  case return_type
  when 'String'
    data.to_s
  when 'Integer'
    data.to_i
  when 'Float'
    data.to_f
  when 'Boolean'
    data == true
  when 'DateTime'
    # parse date time (expecting ISO 8601 format)
    DateTime.parse data
  when 'Date'
    # parse date time (expecting ISO 8601 format)
    Date.parse data
  when 'Object'
    # generic object (usually a Hash), return directly
    data
  when /\AArray<(.+)>\z/
    # e.g. Array<Pet>
    sub_type = $1
    data.map { |item| convert_to_type(item, sub_type) }
  when /\AHash\<String, (.+)\>\z/
    # e.g. Hash<String, Integer>
    sub_type = $1
    {}.tap do |hash|
      data.each { |k, v| hash[k] = convert_to_type(v, sub_type) }
    end
  else
    # models, e.g. Pet
    PulpcoreClient.const_get(return_type).build_from_hash(data)
  end
end

#deserialize(response, return_type) ⇒ Object

Deserialize the response to the given return type.

Parameters:

  • response (Response)

    HTTP response

  • return_type (String)

    some examples: “User”, “Array<User>”, “Hash<String, Integer>”


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 190

def deserialize(response, return_type)
  body = response.body

  # handle file downloading - return the File instance processed in request callbacks
  # note that response body is empty when the file is written in chunks in request on_body callback
  return @tempfile if return_type == 'File'

  return nil if body.nil? || body.empty?

  # return response body directly for String return type
  return body if return_type == 'String'

  # ensuring a default content type
  content_type = response.headers['Content-Type'] || 'application/json'

  fail "Content-Type is not supported: #{content_type}" unless json_mime?(content_type)

  begin
    data = JSON.parse("[#{body}]", :symbolize_names => true)[0]
  rescue JSON::ParserError => e
    if %w(String Date DateTime).include?(return_type)
      data = body
    else
      raise e
    end
  end

  convert_to_type data, return_type
end

#download_file(request) ⇒ Object

Save response body into a file in (the defined) temporary folder, using the filename from the “Content-Disposition” header if provided, otherwise a random filename. The response body is written to the file in chunks in order to handle files which size is larger than maximum Ruby String or even larger than the maximum memory a Ruby process can use.


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 267

def download_file(request)
  tempfile = nil
  encoding = nil
  request.on_headers do |response|
    content_disposition = response.headers['Content-Disposition']
    if content_disposition && content_disposition =~ /filename=/i
      filename = content_disposition[/filename=['"]?([^'"\s]+)['"]?/, 1]
      prefix = sanitize_filename(filename)
    else
      prefix = 'download-'
    end
    prefix = prefix + '-' unless prefix.end_with?('-')
    encoding = response.body.encoding
    tempfile = Tempfile.open(prefix, @config.temp_folder_path, encoding: encoding)
    @tempfile = tempfile
  end
  request.on_body do |chunk|
    chunk.force_encoding(encoding)
    tempfile.write(chunk)
  end
  request.on_complete do |response|
    tempfile.close if tempfile
    @config.logger.info "Temp file written to #{tempfile.path}, please copy the file to a proper folder "\
                        "with e.g. `FileUtils.cp(tempfile.path, '/new/file/path')` otherwise the temp file "\
                        "will be deleted automatically with GC. It's also recommended to delete the temp file "\
                        "explicitly with `tempfile.delete`"
  end
end

#json_mime?(mime) ⇒ Boolean

Check if the given MIME is a JSON MIME. JSON MIME examples:

application/json
application/json; charset=UTF8
APPLICATION/JSON
*/*

Parameters:

  • mime (String)

    MIME

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    True if the MIME is application/json


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 182

def json_mime?(mime)
  (mime == '*/*') || !(mime =~ /Application\/.*json(?!p)(;.*)?/i).nil?
end

#object_to_hash(obj) ⇒ String

Convert object(non-array) to hash.

Parameters:

  • obj (Object)

    object to be converted into JSON string

Returns:

  • (String)

    JSON string representation of the object


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 374

def object_to_hash(obj)
  if obj.respond_to?(:to_hash)
    obj.to_hash
  else
    obj
  end
end

#object_to_http_body(model) ⇒ String

Convert object (array, hash, object, etc) to JSON string.

Parameters:

  • model (Object)

    object to be converted into JSON string

Returns:

  • (String)

    JSON string representation of the object


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 360

def object_to_http_body(model)
  return model if model.nil? || model.is_a?(String)
  local_body = nil
  if model.is_a?(Array)
    local_body = model.map { |m| object_to_hash(m) }
  else
    local_body = object_to_hash(model)
  end
  local_body.to_json
end

#sanitize_filename(filename) ⇒ String

Sanitize filename by removing path. e.g. ../../sun.gif becomes sun.gif

Parameters:

  • filename (String)

    the filename to be sanitized

Returns:

  • (String)

    the sanitized filename


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 301

def sanitize_filename(filename)
  filename.gsub(/.*[\/\\]/, '')
end

#select_header_accept(accepts) ⇒ String

Return Accept header based on an array of accepts provided.

Parameters:

  • accepts (Array)

    array for Accept

Returns:

  • (String)

    the Accept header (e.g. application/json)


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 339

def select_header_accept(accepts)
  return nil if accepts.nil? || accepts.empty?
  # use JSON when present, otherwise use all of the provided
  json_accept = accepts.find { |s| json_mime?(s) }
  json_accept || accepts.join(',')
end

#select_header_content_type(content_types) ⇒ String

Return Content-Type header based on an array of content types provided.

Parameters:

  • content_types (Array)

    array for Content-Type

Returns:

  • (String)

    the Content-Type header (e.g. application/json)


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 349

def select_header_content_type(content_types)
  # use application/json by default
  return 'application/json' if content_types.nil? || content_types.empty?
  # use JSON when present, otherwise use the first one
  json_content_type = content_types.find { |s| json_mime?(s) }
  json_content_type || content_types.first
end

#update_params_for_auth!(header_params, query_params, auth_names) ⇒ Object

Update hearder and query params based on authentication settings.

Parameters:

  • header_params (Hash)

    Header parameters

  • query_params (Hash)

    Query parameters

  • auth_names (String)

    Authentication scheme name


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 316

def update_params_for_auth!(header_params, query_params, auth_names)
  Array(auth_names).each do |auth_name|
    auth_setting = @config.auth_settings[auth_name]
    next unless auth_setting
    case auth_setting[:in]
    when 'header' then header_params[auth_setting[:key]] = auth_setting[:value]
    when 'query'  then query_params[auth_setting[:key]] = auth_setting[:value]
    else fail ArgumentError, 'Authentication token must be in `query` of `header`'
    end
  end
end

#user_agent=(user_agent) ⇒ Object

Sets user agent in HTTP header

Parameters:

  • user_agent (String)

    User agent (e.g. openapi-generator/ruby/1.0.0)


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# File 'lib/pulpcore_client/api_client.rb', line 331

def user_agent=(user_agent)
  @user_agent = user_agent
  @default_headers['User-Agent'] = @user_agent
end