Source code for weaver.wps.utils

import inspect
import logging
import os
import re
import tempfile
from configparser import ConfigParser
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
from urllib.parse import urlparse

from beaker.cache import cache_region
from owslib.util import Authentication
from owslib.wps import WebProcessingService, WPSExecution
from pyramid.httpexceptions import HTTPNotFound, HTTPOk, HTTPUnprocessableEntity
from pywps import configuration as pywps_config
from requests.structures import CaseInsensitiveDict
from webob.acceptparse import create_accept_language_header

from weaver import owsexceptions, xml_util
from weaver.config import get_weaver_configuration
from weaver.formats import AcceptLanguage
from weaver.utils import (
from weaver.wps_restapi import swagger_definitions as sd

[docs] LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)
if TYPE_CHECKING: from typing import Dict, Optional, Union from weaver.typedefs import AnyAcceptLanguageHeader, AnyRequestType, AnySettingsContainer, HeadersType, ProcessOWS
[docs] def _get_settings_or_wps_config(container, # type: AnySettingsContainer weaver_setting_name, # type: str config_setting_section, # type: str config_setting_name, # type: str default_not_found, # type: str message_not_found, # type: str load=False, # type: bool ): # type: (...) -> str settings = get_settings(container) found = settings.get(weaver_setting_name) if not found: if not settings.get("weaver.wps_configured") and load: load_pywps_config(container) # not yet defined on first load permitted if settings retrieved early on if pywps_config.CONFIG: found = pywps_config.CONFIG.get(config_setting_section, config_setting_name) if not isinstance(found, str): LOGGER.warning("%s not set in settings or WPS configuration, using default value.", message_not_found) found = default_not_found return found.strip()
[docs] def get_wps_path(container, load=True): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> str """ Retrieves the WPS path (without hostname). Searches directly in settings, then `weaver.wps_cfg` file, or finally, uses the default values if not found. """ path = _get_settings_or_wps_config(container, "weaver.wps_path", "server", "url", "/ows/wps", "WPS path", load) return urlparse(path).path
[docs] def get_wps_url(container, load=True): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> str """ Retrieves the full WPS URL (hostname + WPS path). Searches directly in settings, then `weaver.wps_cfg` file, or finally, uses the default values if not found. """ return get_settings(container).get("weaver.wps_url") or get_weaver_url(container) + get_wps_path(container, load)
[docs] def get_wps_output_dir(container, load=True): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> str """ Retrieves the WPS output directory path where to write XML and result files. Searches directly in settings, then `weaver.wps_cfg` file, or finally, uses the default values if not found. """ tmp_dir = tempfile.gettempdir() return _get_settings_or_wps_config(container, "weaver.wps_output_dir", "server", "outputpath", tmp_dir, "WPS output directory", load)
[docs] def get_wps_output_path(container, load=True): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> str """ Retrieves the WPS output path (without hostname) for staging XML status, logs and process outputs. Searches directly in settings, then `weaver.wps_cfg` file, or finally, uses the default values if not found. """ return get_settings(container).get("weaver.wps_output_path") or urlparse(get_wps_output_url(container, load)).path
[docs] def get_wps_output_url(container, load=True): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> str """ Retrieves the WPS output URL that maps to WPS output directory path. Searches directly in settings, then `weaver.wps_cfg` file, or finally, uses the default values if not found. """ wps_output_default = f"{get_weaver_url(container)}/wpsoutputs" wps_output_config = _get_settings_or_wps_config( container, "weaver.wps_output_url", "server", "outputurl", wps_output_default, "WPS output url", load ) return wps_output_config or wps_output_default
[docs] def get_wps_output_context(request): # type: (AnyRequestType) -> Optional[str] """ Obtains and validates allowed values for sub-directory context of WPS outputs in header ``X-WPS-Output-Context``. :raises HTTPUnprocessableEntity: if the header was provided and contains invalid or illegal value. :returns: validated context or None if not specified. """ headers = getattr(request, "headers", {}) ctx = get_header(, headers) if not ctx: settings = get_settings(request) ctx_default = settings.get("weaver.wps_output_context", None) if not ctx_default: return None LOGGER.debug("Using default 'wps.wps_output_context': %s", ctx_default) ctx = ctx_default cxt_found = re.match(r"^(?=[\w-]+)([\w-]+/?)+$", ctx) if cxt_found and cxt_found[0] == ctx: ctx_matched = ctx[:-1] if ctx.endswith("/") else ctx LOGGER.debug("Using request 'X-WPS-Output-Context': %s", ctx_matched) return ctx_matched raise HTTPUnprocessableEntity(json={ "code": "InvalidHeaderValue", "name":, "description": "Provided value for 'X-WPS-Output-Context' request header is invalid.", "cause": "Value must be an alphanumeric context directory or tree hierarchy of sub-directory names.", "value": str(ctx) })
[docs] def get_wps_local_status_location(url_status_location, container, must_exist=True): # type: (str, AnySettingsContainer, bool) -> Optional[str] """ Attempts to retrieve the local :term:`XML` file path corresponding to the :term:`WPS` status location as URL. :param url_status_location: URL reference pointing to some WPS status location :term:`XML`. :param container: any settings container to map configured local paths. :param must_exist: return only existing path if enabled, otherwise return the parsed value without validation. :returns: found local file path if it exists, ``None`` otherwise. """ dir_path = get_wps_output_dir(container) if url_status_location and not urlparse(url_status_location).scheme in ["", "file"]: wps_out_url = get_wps_output_url(container) req_out_url = get_url_without_query(url_status_location) out_path = os.path.join(dir_path, req_out_url.replace(wps_out_url, "").lstrip("/")) else: out_path = url_status_location.replace("file://", "") found = os.path.isfile(out_path) if not found and "/jobs/" in url_status_location: job_uuid = url_status_location.rsplit("/jobs/", 1)[-1].split("/", 1)[0] if is_uuid(job_uuid): out_path_join = os.path.join(dir_path, f"{job_uuid}.xml") found = os.path.isfile(out_path_join) if found or not must_exist: out_path = out_path_join if not found and must_exist: out_path_join = os.path.join(dir_path, out_path.lstrip("/")) if not os.path.isfile(out_path_join): LOGGER.debug("Could not map WPS status reference [%s] to input local file path [%s].", url_status_location, out_path) return None out_path = out_path_join LOGGER.debug("Resolved WPS status reference [%s] as local file path [%s].", url_status_location, out_path) return out_path
[docs] def map_wps_output_location(reference, container, url=False, exists=True, file_scheme=False): # type: (str, AnySettingsContainer, bool, bool, bool) -> Optional[str] """ Obtains the mapped WPS output location of a file where applicable. :param reference: Local file path or file URL to be mapped. :param container: Retrieve application settings. :param url: Perform URL mapping (``True``: local path -> URL endpoint, ``False``: URL endpoint -> local path). :param exists: Ensure that the mapped file exists, otherwise don't map it (otherwise ``None``). :param file_scheme: Ensure that the 'file://' scheme is applied to resulting local file location when mapped from WPS output URL. When in 'reverse' mode, 'file://' is always removed if present to form a potential local file path. :returns: Mapped reference that corresponds to the local/URL WPS output location. """ def ref_exists(ref): # type: (str) -> bool return os.path.isdir(ref) if ref.endswith("/") else os.path.isfile(ref) settings = get_settings(container) wps_out_dir = get_wps_output_dir(settings) wps_out_url = get_wps_output_url(settings) if url and reference.startswith("file://"): reference = reference[7:] if url and reference.startswith(wps_out_dir): wps_out_ref = reference.replace(wps_out_dir, wps_out_url, 1) if not exists or ref_exists(reference): return wps_out_ref elif not url and reference.startswith(wps_out_url): wps_out_ref = reference.replace(wps_out_url, wps_out_dir, 1) if not exists or ref_exists(wps_out_ref): if file_scheme: return f"file://{wps_out_ref}" return wps_out_ref return None
[docs] def _describe_process_cached(self, identifier, xml=None): # type: (WebProcessingService, str, Optional[xml_util.XML]) -> ProcessOWS LOGGER.debug("Request WPS DescribeProcess to [%s] with [id: %s]", self.url, identifier) return self.describeprocess_method(identifier, xml=xml) # noqa # method created by '_get_wps_client_cached'
[docs] def _get_wps_client_cached(url, headers, verify, language): # type: (str, HeadersType, bool, Optional[str]) -> WebProcessingService LOGGER.debug("Request WPS GetCapabilities to [%s]", url) # FIXME: provide other authentication attributes from Cookie/Headers, auth_delegate available for advanced auth auth = Authentication(verify=verify) # cannot preset language because capabilities must be fetched to find best match wps = WebProcessingService(url=url, headers=headers, auth=auth, timeout=5) set_wps_language(wps, accept_language=language) setattr(wps, "describeprocess_method", wps.describeprocess) # backup real method, them override with cached setattr(wps, "describeprocess", lambda *_, **__: _describe_process_cached(wps, *_, **__)) return wps
[docs] def get_wps_client(url, container=None, verify=None, headers=None, language=None): # type: (str, Optional[AnySettingsContainer], bool, Optional[HeadersType], Optional[str]) -> WebProcessingService """ Obtains a :class:`WebProcessingService` with pre-configured request options for the given URL. :param url: WPS URL location. :param container: request or settings container to retrieve headers and other request options. :param verify: flag to enable SSL verification (overrides request options from container). :param headers: specific headers to apply (overrides retrieved ones from container). :param language: preferred response language if supported by the service. :returns: created WPS client object with configured request options. """ if headers is None and hasattr(container, "headers"): headers = container.headers else: headers = headers or {} # remove invalid values that should be recomputed by the client as needed # employ the provided headers instead of making new ones in order to forward any language/authorization definition # copy to avoid modify original headers for sub-requests for next steps that could use them # employ dict() rather than deepcopy since headers that can be an instance of EnvironHeaders cannot be serialized headers = dict(headers) for header in ["Accept", "Content-Length", "Content-Type", "Content-Transfer-Encoding"]: hdr_low = header.lower() for hdr in [header, hdr_low, header.replace("-", "_"), hdr_low.replace("-", "_")]: headers.pop(hdr, None) opts = get_request_options("get", url, container) if verify is None: verify = get_ssl_verify_option("get", url, container, request_options=opts) # convert objects to allow caching keys against values (object instances always different) language = language or getattr(container, "accept_language", None) or get_header("Accept-Language", headers) if language is not None and not isinstance(language, str): language = str(language) if headers is not None and not isinstance(headers, dict): headers = dict(headers) headers = get_wps_client_filtered_headers(headers, container) request_args = (url, headers, verify, language) if get_no_cache_option(headers, request_options=opts): for func in (_get_wps_client_cached, _describe_process_cached): caching_args = (func, "request", *request_args) invalidate_region(caching_args) wps = _get_wps_client_cached(*request_args) return wps
[docs] def get_wps_client_filtered_headers(headers, container): # type: (Optional[HeadersType], AnySettingsContainer) -> HeadersType """ Filters out any headers configured for the :term:`WPS` client by the ``weaver.wps_client_headers_filter`` setting. :param headers: Headers to filter as applicable. :param container: Any settings container to retrieve application settings. :return: Filtered :term:`WPS` headers. """ if not headers: return {} settings = get_settings(container) or {} hdr_spec = settings.get("weaver.wps_client_headers_filter") or "Host," # default if missing (match docs/example) if isinstance(hdr_spec, str): hdr_spec = [hdr.strip() for hdr in hdr_spec.split(",")] hdr_spec = [hdr for hdr in hdr_spec if hdr] if not hdr_spec: return headers headers = CaseInsensitiveDict(headers.copy()) for hdr in hdr_spec: headers.pop(hdr, None) return dict(headers)
[docs] def check_wps_status(location=None, # type: Optional[str] response=None, # type: Optional[xml_util.XML] sleep_secs=2, # type: int verify=True, # type: bool settings=None, # type: Optional[AnySettingsContainer] ): # type: (...) -> WPSExecution """ Run :func:`owslib.wps.WPSExecution.checkStatus` with additional exception handling. :param location: job URL or file path where to look for job status. :param response: WPS response document of job status. :param sleep_secs: number of seconds to sleep before returning control to the caller. :param verify: flag to enable SSL verification. :param settings: application settings to retrieve any additional request parameters as applicable. :returns: OWSLib.wps.WPSExecution object. """ def _retry_file(): # type: () -> str LOGGER.warning("Failed retrieving WPS status-location, attempting with local file.") out_path = get_wps_local_status_location(location, settings) if not out_path: raise HTTPNotFound(f"Could not find file resource from [{location}].")"Resolved WPS status-location using local file reference.") with open(out_path, mode="r", encoding="utf-8") as f: return execution = WPSExecution() if response: LOGGER.debug("Retrieving WPS status from XML response document...") xml_data = response elif location: xml_resp = HTTPNotFound() xml_data = None try: LOGGER.debug("Attempt to retrieve WPS status-location from URL [%s]...", location) xml_resp = request_extra("get", location, verify=verify, settings=settings) xml_data = xml_resp.content except Exception as ex: LOGGER.debug("Got exception during get status: [%r]. Will retry with local reference.", ex) if xml_resp.status_code != HTTPOk.code: LOGGER.debug("WPS XML status not found: [%r]. Retrying with local reference.", xml_data) xml_data = _retry_file() else: raise Exception("Missing status-location URL/file reference or response with XML object.") if isinstance(xml_data, str): xml_data = xml_data.encode("utf8", errors="ignore") execution.checkStatus(response=xml_data, sleepSecs=sleep_secs) if execution.response is None: raise Exception("Missing response, cannot check status.") if not isinstance(execution.response, xml_util.XML): execution.response = xml_util.fromstring(execution.response) return execution
[docs] def get_exception_from_xml_status(xml): # type: (Union[xml_util.XML, str]) -> Optional[owsexceptions.OWSException] """ Retrieves the :term:`OWS` exception that corresponds to the :term:`XML` status. Expects the following :term:`XML` status response structure (``ows:Exception`` block can be at any level): .. code-block:: xml <ows:Exception exceptionCode="NoApplicableCode" locator="None"> <ows:ExceptionText>Error message about the cause of the exception.</ows:ExceptionText> </ows:Exception> :param xml: XML tree object with exception details. :return: Matched :class:`owsexceptions.OWSException`. If no matching exception code is found within available exception classes, defaults to generic ``OWSException``. If any parsing error occurs, returns nothing. """ try: if isinstance(xml, (str, bytes)): xml = xml_util.fromstring(bytes2str(xml)) if not isinstance(xml, xml_util.XML): return None # Exception blocks can be with or without 'ows' prefix depending on which default namespace was defined ows_exc_xml = xml.find("Exception", namespaces=xml.nsmap) # type: Optional[xml_util.XML] if ows_exc_xml is None: ows_exc_xml = xml.xpath("//ows:Exception", namespaces=xml.nsmap)[0] # type: Optional[xml_util.XML] ows_exc_txt = ows_exc_xml.find("ExceptionText", namespaces=xml.nsmap) # type: Optional[xml_util.XML] if ows_exc_txt is None: ows_exc_txt = ows_exc_xml.xpath("//ows:ExceptionText", namespaces=xml.nsmap)[0] ows_exc_msg = ows_exc_txt.text ows_exc_loc = ows_exc_xml.attrib.get("locator") or ows_exc_xml.attrib.get("locater") # noqa # WPS can have typo ows_exc_code = ows_exc_xml.attrib["exceptionCode"] for ows_exc_name in dir(owsexceptions): ows_exc_cls = getattr(owsexceptions, ows_exc_name) if ( inspect.isclass(ows_exc_cls) and issubclass(ows_exc_cls, owsexceptions.OWSException) and ows_exc_cls is not owsexceptions.OWSException and ows_exc_code == ows_exc_cls.code ): return ows_exc_cls(ows_exc_msg, code=ows_exc_code, locator=ows_exc_loc) return owsexceptions.OWSException(ows_exc_msg, code=ows_exc_code, locator=ows_exc_loc) except Exception as exc: LOGGER.error("Failed mapping of OWS Exception from error codes.", exc_info=exc) return None
[docs] def load_pywps_config(container, config=None): # type: (AnySettingsContainer, Optional[Union[str, Dict[str, str]]]) -> ConfigParser """ Loads and updates the PyWPS configuration using Weaver settings. """ settings = get_settings(container) if settings.get("weaver.wps_configured"): LOGGER.debug("Using preloaded internal Weaver WPS configuration.") return pywps_config.CONFIG"Initial load of internal Weaver WPS configuration.") pywps_config.load_configuration([]) # load defaults pywps_config.CONFIG.set("logging", "db_echo", "false") if logging.getLevelName(pywps_config.CONFIG.get("logging", "level")) <= logging.DEBUG: pywps_config.CONFIG.set("logging", "level", "INFO") # update metadata LOGGER.debug("Updating WPS metadata configuration.") for setting_name, setting_value in settings.items(): if setting_name.startswith("weaver.wps_metadata"): pywps_setting = setting_name.replace("weaver.wps_metadata_", "") pywps_config.CONFIG.set("metadata:main", pywps_setting, setting_value) # add weaver configuration keyword if not already provided wps_keywords = pywps_config.CONFIG.get("metadata:main", "identification_keywords") weaver_mode = get_weaver_configuration(settings) if weaver_mode not in wps_keywords: wps_keywords += ("," if wps_keywords else "") + weaver_mode pywps_config.CONFIG.set("metadata:main", "identification_keywords", wps_keywords) # add additional config passed as dictionary of {'section.key': 'value'} if isinstance(config, dict): for key, value in config.items(): section, key = key.split(".") pywps_config.CONFIG.set(section, key, value) # cleanup alternative dict "PYWPS_CFG" which is not expected elsewhere if isinstance(settings.get("PYWPS_CFG"), dict): del settings["PYWPS_CFG"] # set accepted languages aligned with values provided by REST API endpoints # otherwise, execute request could fail due to languages considered not supported languages = ", ".join(AcceptLanguage.offers()) LOGGER.debug("Setting WPS languages: [%s]", languages) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "language", languages) LOGGER.debug("Updating WPS output configuration.") # find output directory from app config or wps config if "weaver.wps_output_dir" not in settings: output_dir = pywps_config.get_config_value("server", "outputpath") settings["weaver.wps_output_dir"] = output_dir # ensure the output dir exists if specified output_dir = get_wps_output_dir(settings) make_dirs(output_dir, exist_ok=True) # find output url from app config (path/url) or wps config (url only) # note: needs to be configured even when using AWS S3 bucket since XML status is provided locally if "weaver.wps_output_url" not in settings: output_path = settings.get("weaver.wps_output_path", "").rstrip("/") if output_path and isinstance(output_path, str): output_url = os.path.join(get_weaver_url(settings), output_path.strip("/")) else: output_url = pywps_config.get_config_value("server", "outputurl") settings["weaver.wps_output_url"] = output_url # apply workdir if provided, otherwise use default if "weaver.wps_workdir" in settings: make_dirs(settings["weaver.wps_workdir"], exist_ok=True) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "workdir", settings["weaver.wps_workdir"]) # configure AWS S3 bucket if requested, storage of all process outputs # note: # credentials and default profile are picked up automatically by 'boto3' from local AWS configs or env vars # region can also be picked from there unless explicitly provided by weaver config # warning: # if we set `(server, storagetype, s3)`, ALL status (including XML) are stored to S3 # to preserve status locally, we set 'file' and override the storage instance during output rewrite in WpsPackage # we can still make use of the server configurations here to make this overridden storage auto-find its configs s3_bucket = settings.get("weaver.wps_output_s3_bucket") pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "storagetype", "file") # pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "storagetype", "s3") if s3_bucket: LOGGER.debug("Updating WPS AWS S3 bucket configuration.") import boto3 from botocore.exceptions import ClientError s3 = boto3.client("s3") s3_region = settings.get("weaver.wps_output_s3_region", s3.meta.region_name)"Validating that AWS S3 [Region=%s, Bucket=%s] exists or creating it.", s3_region, s3_bucket) validate_s3(region=s3_region, bucket=s3_bucket) try: s3.create_bucket(Bucket=s3_bucket, CreateBucketConfiguration={"LocationConstraint": s3_region}) # type: ignore"AWS S3 bucket [Region=%s, Bucket=%s] for WPS output created.", s3_region, s3_bucket) except ClientError as exc: if exc.response.get("Error", {}).get("Code") != "BucketAlreadyExists": LOGGER.error("Failed setup of AWS S3 bucket [Region=%s, Bucket=%s] for WPS output: [%s]", s3_region, s3_bucket, exc) raise"AWS S3 bucket [Region=%s, Bucket=%s] for WPS output already exists.", s3_region, s3_bucket) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("s3", "region", s3_region) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("s3", "bucket", s3_bucket) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("s3", "public", "false") # don't automatically push results as publicly accessible pywps_config.CONFIG.set("s3", "encrypt", "true") # encrypts data server-side, transparent from this side allowed_input_file_paths = [ tempfile.gettempdir(), output_dir, ] # enforce back resolved values onto PyWPS config pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "setworkdir", "true") pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "sethomedir", "true") pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "outputpath", settings["weaver.wps_output_dir"]) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "outputurl", settings["weaver.wps_output_url"]) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "url", get_wps_url(settings, load=False)) pywps_config.CONFIG.set("server", "allowedinputpaths", os.pathsep.join(allowed_input_file_paths)) settings["weaver.wps_configured"] = True return pywps_config.CONFIG
[docs] def set_wps_language(wps, accept_language=None, request=None): # type: (WebProcessingService, Optional[str], Optional[AnyRequestType]) -> Optional[str] """ Applies the best match between requested accept languages and supported ones by the WPS server. Given the `Accept-Language` header value, match the best language to the supported languages retrieved from WPS. By default, and if no match is found, sets :attr:`WebProcessingService.language` property to ``None``. .. seealso:: Details about the format of the ``Accept-Language`` header: .. note:: This function considers quality-factor weighting and parsing resolution of ``Accept-Language`` header according to :rfc:`7231#section-5.3.2`. :param wps: service for which to apply a supported language if matched. :param accept_language: value of the Accept-Language header. :param request: request from which to extract Accept-Language header if not provided directly. :returns: language that has been set, or ``None`` if no match could be found. """ if not accept_language and request and hasattr(request, "accept_language"): accept_language = request.accept_language # type: AnyAcceptLanguageHeader if not accept_language: return if not hasattr(wps, "languages"): # owslib version doesn't support setting a language return if isinstance(accept_language, str): accept_language = create_accept_language_header(accept_language) # type: AnyAcceptLanguageHeader supported_languages = wps.languages.supported or AcceptLanguage.offers() language = accept_language.lookup(supported_languages, default="") or None if language: wps.language = language return language