Source code for waeup.kofa.utils.converters

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"""Converters for zope.schema-based datatypes.
import grok
from zope.component import createObject
from zope.formlib import form
from zope.formlib.boolwidgets import CheckBoxWidget
from zope.formlib.form import (
    _widgetKey, WidgetInputError, ValidationError, InputErrors, expandPrefix)
from zope.formlib.interfaces import IInputWidget, ConversionError
from zope.interface import Interface
from zope.publisher.browser import TestRequest
from zope.schema.interfaces import IList
from waeup.kofa.interfaces import (
    IObjectConverter, IResultEntryField, IFieldConverter, SubjectSource,
from waeup.kofa.schema.interfaces import IPhoneNumber
from waeup.kofa.schoolgrades import ResultEntry

[docs]class ExtendedCheckBoxWidget(CheckBoxWidget): """A checkbox widget that supports more input values as True/False markers. The default bool widget expects the string 'on' as only valid ``True`` value in HTML forms for bool fields. This widget also accepts '1', 'true' and 'yes' for that. Also all uppercase/lowecase combinations of these strings are accepted. The widget still renders ``True`` to ``'on'`` when a form is generated. """ true_markers = ['1', 'true', 'on', 'yes']
[docs] def _toFieldValue(self, input): """Convert from HTML presentation to Python bool.""" if not isinstance(input, basestring): return False return input.lower() in self.true_markers
[docs] def _getFormInput(self): """Returns the form input used by `_toFieldValue`. Return values: ``'on'`` checkbox is checked ``''`` checkbox is not checked ``None`` form input was not provided """ value = self.request.get( if isinstance(value, basestring): value = value.lower() if value in self.true_markers: return 'on' elif + '.used' in self.request: return '' else: return None
[docs]def getWidgetsData(widgets, form_prefix, data): """Get data and validation errors from `widgets` for `data`. Updates the dict in `data` with values from the widgets in `widgets`. Returns a list of tuples ``(<WIDGET_NAME>, <ERROR>)`` where ``<WIDGET_NAME>`` is a widget name (normally the same as the associated field name) and ``<ERROR>`` is the exception that happened for that widget/field. This is merely a copy from the same-named function in :mod:`zope.formlib.form`. The only difference is that we also store the fieldname for which a validation error happened in the returned error list (what the original does not do). """ errors = [] form_prefix = expandPrefix(form_prefix) for input, widget in widgets.__iter_input_and_widget__(): if input and IInputWidget.providedBy(widget): name = _widgetKey(widget, form_prefix) if not widget.hasInput(): continue try: data[name] = widget.getInputValue() except ValidationError, error: error = ConversionError(u'Validation failed') errors.append((name, error)) except WidgetInputError, error: error = ConversionError(u'Invalid input') errors.append((name, error)) except ConversionError, error: errors.append((name, error)) return errors
[docs]class DefaultFieldConverter(grok.Adapter): grok.context(Interface) grok.implements(IFieldConverter)
[docs] def request_data(self, name, value, schema_field, prefix='', mode='create'): if prefix == '' and isinstance(value, basestring): value = value.lower() return {prefix: value}
[docs]class ListFieldConverter(grok.Adapter): grok.context(IList) grok.implements(IFieldConverter)
[docs] def request_data(self, name, value, schema_field, prefix='', mode='create'): value_type = schema_field.value_type try: items = eval(value) except: return {prefix: value} result = {'%s.count' % prefix: len(items)} for num, item in enumerate(items): sub_converter = IFieldConverter(value_type) result.update(sub_converter.request_data( unicode(num), unicode(item), value_type, "%s.%s." % (prefix, num))) return result
[docs]class PhoneNumberFieldConverter(grok.Adapter): """Convert strings into dict as expected from forms feeding PhoneWidget. If you want strings without extra-checks imported, you can use schema.TextLine in your interface instead of PhoneNumber. """ grok.context(IPhoneNumber) grok.implements(IFieldConverter)
[docs] def request_data(self, name, value, schema_field, prefix='', mode='create'): parts = value.split('-', 2) country = '' area = '' ext = '' if len(parts) == 3: country = parts[0] area = parts[1] ext = parts[2] elif len(parts) == 2: country = parts[0] ext = parts[1] else: ext = value result = { u'' % prefix: country, u'%s.area' % prefix: area, u'%s.ext' % prefix: ext} return result
[docs]class ResultEntryConverter(grok.Adapter): grok.context(IResultEntryField) grok.implements(IFieldConverter)
[docs] def request_data(self, name, value, schema_field, prefix='', mode='create'): """Turn CSV values into ResultEntry-compatible form data. Expects as `value` a _string_ like ``(u'mysubject', u'mygrade')`` and turns it into some dict like:: { 'form.grade.subject': u'9234896395...', 'form.grade.grade': u'7e67e9e777..' } where the values are tokens from appropriate sources. Such dicts can be transformed into real ResultEntry objects by input widgets used in converters. """ try: entry = ResultEntry.from_string(value) subj, grade = entry.subject, entry.grade except: return {prefix: value} # web forms send tokens instead of real values s_token = SubjectSource().factory.getToken(subj) g_token = GradeSource().factory.getToken(grade) result = { "%ssubject" % (prefix): s_token, "%sgrade" % (prefix): g_token, } return result
[docs]class DefaultObjectConverter(grok.Adapter): """Turn string values into real values. A converter can convert string values for objects that implement a certain interface into real values based on the given interface. """ grok.context(Interface) grok.implements(IObjectConverter)
[docs] def __init__(self, iface): self.iface = iface # Omit known dictionaries since there is no widget available # for dictionary schema fields self.default_form_fields = form.Fields(iface).omit('description_dict') return
[docs] def fromStringDict(self, data_dict, context, form_fields=None, mode='create'): """Convert values in `data_dict`. Converts data in `data_dict` into real values based on `context` and `form_fields`. `data_dict` is a mapping (dict) from field names to values represented as strings. The fields (keys) to convert can be given in optional `form_fields`. If given, form_fields should be an instance of :class:`zope.formlib.form.Fields`. Suitable instances are for example created by :class:`grok.AutoFields`. If no `form_fields` are given, a default is computed from the associated interface. The `context` can be an existing object (implementing the associated interface) or a factory name. If it is a string, we try to create an object using :func:`zope.component.createObject`. Returns a tuple ``(<FIELD_ERRORS>, <INVARIANT_ERRORS>, <DATA_DICT>)`` where ``<FIELD_ERRORS>`` is a list of tuples ``(<FIELD_NAME>, <ERROR>)`` for each error that happened when validating the input data in `data_dict` ``<INVARIANT_ERRORS>`` is a list of invariant errors concerning several fields ``<DATA_DICT>`` is a dict with the values from input dict converted. If mode is ``'create'`` or ``'update'`` then some additional filtering applies: - values set to DELETION_MARKER are set to missing_value (or default value if field is required) and - values set to IGNORE_MARKER are ignored and thus not part of the returned ``<DATA_DICT>``. If errors happen, i.e. the error lists are not empty, always an empty ``<DATA_DICT>`` is returned. If ``<DATA_DICT>`` is non-empty, there were no errors. """ if form_fields is None: form_fields = self.default_form_fields request = TestRequest(form={}) new_data = dict() for key, val in data_dict.items(): val = val.strip() field = form_fields.get(key, None) if field is not None: # let adapters to the respective schema fields do the # further fake-request processing schema_field = field.interface[field.__name__] field_converter = IFieldConverter(schema_field) if mode in ('update', 'create'): if val == IGNORE_MARKER: continue elif val == DELETION_MARKER: val = schema_field.missing_value if schema_field.required: val = schema_field.default new_data[key] = val continue request.form.update( field_converter.request_data( key, val, schema_field, 'form.%s' % key) ) else: request.form['form.%s' % key] = val obj = context if isinstance(context, basestring): # If we log initialization transitions in the __init__ # method of objects, a second (misleading) log entry # will be created here. obj = createObject(context) widgets = form.setUpInputWidgets( form_fields, 'form', obj, request) errors = getWidgetsData(widgets, 'form', new_data) invariant_errors = form.checkInvariants(form_fields, new_data) if errors or invariant_errors: err_messages = [(key, err.args[0]) for key, err in errors] invariant_errors = [err.message for err in invariant_errors] return err_messages, invariant_errors, {} return errors, invariant_errors, new_data