Source code for rororo.schemas.schema


Implement class for validating request and response data against JSON Schema.


import logging
import types

from typing import Any, Callable, Optional, Type  # noqa: F401

from jsonschema.exceptions import ValidationError

from .exceptions import Error
from .utils import AnyMapping, defaults, validate_func_factory, ValidateFunc
from .validators import DefaultValidator

__all__ = ('Schema', )

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class Schema(object): """Validate request and response data against JSON Schema.""" __slots__ = ( 'error_class', 'module', 'response_factory', 'validate_func', 'validation_error_class', 'validator_class', '_valid_request', ) def __init__(self, module: types.ModuleType, *, response_factory: Callable[..., Any]=None, error_class: Any=None, validator_class: Any=DefaultValidator, validation_error_class: Type[Exception]=ValidationError, validate_func: ValidateFunc=None) -> None: """Initialize Schema object. :param module: Module contains at least request and response schemas. :param response_factory: Put valid response data to this factory func. :param error_class: Wrap all errors in given class. If empty real errors would be reraised. :param validator_class: Validator class to use for validating request and response data. By default: ``rororo.schemas.validators.DefaultValidator`` :param validation_error_class: Error class to be expected in case of validation error. By default: ``jsonschema.exceptions.ValidationError`` :param validate_func: Validate function to be called for validating request and response data. Function will receive 2 args: ``schema`` and ``pure_data``. By default: ``None`` """ self._valid_request = None # type: Optional[bool] self.module = module self.response_factory = response_factory self.error_class = error_class self.validator_class = validator_class self.validate_func = ( validate_func or validate_func_factory(validator_class)) self.validation_error_class = validation_error_class
[docs] def make_error(self, message: str, *, error: Exception=None, # ``error_class: Type[Exception]=None`` doesn't work on # Python 3.5.2, but that is exact version ran by Read the # Docs :( More info: error_class: Any=None) -> Exception: """Return error instantiated from given message. :param message: Message to wrap. :param error: Validation error. :param error_class: Special class to wrap error message into. When omitted ``self.error_class`` will be used. """ if error_class is None: error_class = self.error_class if self.error_class else Error return error_class(message)
[docs] def make_response(self, data: Any=None, **kwargs: Any) -> Any: r"""Validate response data and wrap it inside response factory. :param data: Response data. Could be ommited. :param \*\*kwargs: Keyword arguments to be passed to response factory. """ if not self._valid_request: logger.error('Request not validated, cannot make response') raise self.make_error('Request not validated before, cannot make ' 'response') if data is None and self.response_factory is None: logger.error('Response data omit, but no response factory is used') raise self.make_error('Response data could be omitted only when ' 'response factory is used') response_schema = getattr(self.module, 'response', None) if response_schema is not None: self._validate(data, response_schema) if self.response_factory is not None: return self.response_factory( *([data] if data is not None else []), **kwargs) return data
[docs] def validate_request(self, data: Any, *additional: AnyMapping, merged_class: Type[dict]=dict) -> Any: r"""Validate request data against request schema from module. :param data: Request data. :param \*additional: Additional data dicts to be merged with base request data. :param merged_class: When additional data dicts supplied method by default will return merged **dict** with all data, but you can customize things to use read-only dict or any other additional class or callable. """ request_schema = getattr(self.module, 'request', None) if request_schema is None: logger.error( 'Request schema should be defined', extra={'schema_module': self.module, 'schema_module_attrs': dir(self.module)}) raise self.make_error('Request schema should be defined') # Merge base and additional data dicts, but only if additional data # dicts have been supplied if isinstance(data, dict) and additional: data = merged_class(self._merge_data(data, *additional)) try: self._validate(data, request_schema) finally: self._valid_request = False self._valid_request = True processor = getattr(self.module, 'request_processor', None) return processor(data) if processor else data
def _merge_data(self, data: AnyMapping, *additional: AnyMapping) -> dict: r"""Merge base data and additional dicts. :param data: Base data. :param \*additional: Additional data dicts to be merged into base dict. """ return defaults( dict(data) if not isinstance(data, dict) else data, *(dict(item) for item in additional)) def _pure_data(self, data: Any) -> Any: """ If data is dict-like object, convert it to pure dict instance, so it will be possible to pass to default ``jsonschema.validate`` func. :param data: Request or response data. """ if not isinstance(data, dict) and not isinstance(data, list): try: return dict(data) except TypeError: ... return data def _validate(self, data: Any, schema: AnyMapping) -> Any: """Validate data against given schema. :param data: Data to validate. :param schema: Schema to use for validation. """ try: return self.validate_func(schema, self._pure_data(data)) except self.validation_error_class as err: logger.error( 'Schema validation error', exc_info=True, extra={'schema': schema, 'schema_module': self.module}) if self.error_class is None: raise raise self.make_error('Validation Error', error=err) from err