cubicweb.req

Base class for request/session

exception cubicweb.req.FindEntityError[source]

raised when find_one_entity() can not return one and only one entity

class cubicweb.req.RequestSessionBase(vreg)[source]

base class containing stuff shared by server session and web request

request/session is the main resources accessor, mainly through it’s vreg attribute:

Attribute vreg:the instance’s registry
Attribute vreg.schema:
 the instance’s schema
Attribute vreg.config:
 the instance’s configuration
base_url(**kwargs)[source]

Return the root url of the instance.

build_url(*args, **kwargs)[source]

return an absolute URL using params dictionary key/values as URL parameters. Values are automatically URL quoted, and the publishing method to use may be specified or will be guessed.

raises ValueError if None is found in arguments

build_url_params(**kwargs)[source]

return encoded params to incorporate them in a URL

build_url_path(method, kwargs)[source]

return the “path” part of an URL

create_entity(etype, **kwargs)[source]

add a new entity of the given type

Example (in a shell session):

>>> c = create_entity('Company', name=u'Logilab')
>>> create_entity('Person', firstname=u'John', surname=u'Doe',
...               works_for=c)
eid_rset(eid, etype=None)[source]

return a result set for the given eid without doing actual query (we have the eid, we can suppose it exists and user has access to the entity)

empty_rset()[source]

return a guaranteed empty result

ensure_ro_rql(rql)[source]

raise an exception if the given rql is not a select query

entity_from_eid(eid, etype=None)[source]

return an entity instance for the given eid. No query is done

etype_rset(etype, size=1)[source]

return a fake result set for a particular entity type

find(etype, **kwargs)[source]

find entities of the given type and attribute values.

Returns:A ResultSet
>>> users = find('CWGroup', name=u"users").one()
>>> groups = find('CWGroup').entities()
format_date(date, date_format=None, time=False)[source]

return a string for a date time according to instance’s configuration

format_float(num)[source]

return a string for floating point number according to instance’s configuration

format_time(time)[source]

return a string for a time according to instance’s configuration

get_cache(cachename)[source]

cachename should be dotted names as in :

  • cubicweb.mycache
  • cubes.blog.mycache
  • etc.
parse_datetime(value, etype='Datetime')[source]

get a datetime or time from a string (according to etype) Datetime formatted as Date are accepted

printable_value(attrtype, value, props=None, displaytime=True, formatters={'BigInt': <function print_int at 0x7f35e68989b0>, 'Boolean': <function print_boolean at 0x7f35e6898cf8>, 'Bytes': <function print_bytes at 0x7f35e68988c0>, 'Date': <function print_date at 0x7f35e6898a28>, 'Datetime': <function print_datetime at 0x7f35e6898b90>, 'Decimal': <function print_float at 0x7f35e6898d70>, 'Float': <function print_float at 0x7f35e6898d70>, 'Int': <function print_int at 0x7f35e68989b0>, 'Interval': <function print_timedelta at 0x7f35e6898c80>, 'String': <function print_string at 0x7f35e6898938>, 'TZDatetime': <function print_tzdatetime at 0x7f35e6898c08>, 'TZTime': <function print_tztime at 0x7f35e6898b18>, 'Time': <function print_time at 0x7f35e6898aa0>})[source]

return a displayablye value (i.e. unicode string)

property_value(key)[source]

return value of the property with the given key, giving priority to user specific value if any, else using site value

rebuild_url(url, **newparams)[source]

return the given url with newparams inserted. If any new params is already specified in the url, it’s overriden by the new value

newparams may only be mono-valued.

set_language(lang)[source]

install i18n configuration for lang translation.

Raises KeyError if translation doesn’t exist.

url_parse_qsl(querystring)[source]

return a list of (key, val) found in the url quoted query string

url_quote(value, safe='')[source]

urllib.quote is not unicode safe, use this method to do the necessary encoding / decoding. Also it’s designed to quote each part of a url path and so the ‘/’ character will be encoded as well.

url_unquote(quoted)[source]

returns a unicode unquoted string

decoding is based on self.encoding which is the encoding used in url_quote

user_data(**kwargs)

returns a dictionary with this user’s information.

The keys are :

login
The user login
name
The user name, returned by user.name()
email
The user principal email
view(_RequestSessionBase__vid, rset=None, _RequestSessionBase__fallback_oid=None, _RequestSessionBase__registry='views', initargs=None, w=None, **kwargs)[source]

Select object with the given id (__oid) then render it. If the object isn’t selectable, try to select fallback object if __fallback_oid is specified.

If specified initargs is expected to be a dictionary containing arguments that should be given to selection (hence to object’s __init__ as well), but not to render(). Other arbitrary keyword arguments will be given to selection and to render(), and so should be handled by object’s call or cell_call method..