Source code for sqlobject.util.csvexport

Exports a SQLObject class (possibly annotated) to a CSV file.
import csv
import os
    from cStringIO import StringIO
except ImportError:
        from StringIO import StringIO
    except ImportError:
        from io import StringIO, BytesIO
import sqlobject
from sqlobject.compat import PY2, string_type

__all__ = ['export_csv', 'export_csv_zip']

[docs]def export_csv(soClass, select=None, writer=None, connection=None, orderBy=None): """ Export the SQLObject class ``soClass`` to a CSV file. ``soClass`` can also be a SelectResults object, as returned by ``.select()``. If it is a class, all objects will be retrieved, ordered by ``orderBy`` if given, or the ``.csvOrderBy`` attribute if present (but csvOrderBy will only be applied when no select result is given). You can also pass in select results (or simply a list of instances) in ``select`` -- if you have a list of objects (not a SelectResults instance, as produced by ``.select()``) then you must pass it in with ``select`` and pass the class in as the first argument. ``writer`` is a ``csv.writer()`` object, or a file-like object. If not given, the string of the file will be returned. Uses ``connection`` as the data source, if given, otherwise the default connection. Columns can be annotated with ``.csvTitle`` attributes, which will form the attributes of the columns, or 'title' (secondarily), or if nothing then the column attribute name. If a column has a ``.noCSV`` attribute which is true, then the column will be suppressed. Additionally a class can have an ``.extraCSVColumns`` attribute, which should be a list of strings/tuples. If a tuple, it should be like ``(attribute, title)``, otherwise it is the attribute, which will also be the title. These will be appended to the end of the CSV file; the attribute will be retrieved from instances. Also a ``.csvColumnOrder`` attribute can be on the class, which is the string names of attributes in the order they should be presented. """ return_fileobj = None if not writer: return_fileobj = StringIO() writer = csv.writer(return_fileobj) elif not hasattr(writer, 'writerow'): writer = csv.writer(writer) if isinstance(soClass, sqlobject.SQLObject.SelectResultsClass): assert select is None, ( "You cannot pass in a select argument (%r) " "and a SelectResults argument (%r) for soClass" % (select, soClass)) select = soClass soClass = select.sourceClass elif select is None: select = if getattr(soClass, 'csvOrderBy', None): select = select.orderBy(soClass.csvOrderBy) if orderBy: select = select.orderBy(orderBy) if connection: select = select.connection(connection) _actually_export_csv(soClass, select, writer) if return_fileobj: # They didn't pass any writer or file object in, so we return # the string result: return return_fileobj.getvalue()
def _actually_export_csv(soClass, select, writer): attributes, titles = _find_columns(soClass) writer.writerow(titles) for soInstance in select: row = [getattr(soInstance, attr) for attr in attributes] writer.writerow(row) def _find_columns(soClass): order = [] attrs = {} for col in soClass.sqlmeta.columnList: if getattr(col, 'noCSV', False): continue order.append( title = if hasattr(col, 'csvTitle'): title = col.csvTitle elif getattr(col, 'title', None) is not None: title = col.title attrs[] = title for attrDesc in getattr(soClass, 'extraCSVColumns', []): if isinstance(attrDesc, (list, tuple)): attr, title = attrDesc else: attr = title = attrDesc order.append(attr) attrs[attr] = title if hasattr(soClass, 'csvColumnOrder'): oldOrder = order order = soClass.csvColumnOrder for attr in order: if attr not in oldOrder: raise KeyError( "Attribute %r in csvColumnOrder (on class %r) " "does not exist as a column or in .extraCSVColumns " "(I have: %r)" % (attr, soClass, oldOrder)) oldOrder.remove(attr) order.extend(oldOrder) titles = [attrs[attr] for attr in order] return order, titles
[docs]def export_csv_zip(soClasses, file=None, zip=None, filename_prefix='', connection=None): """ Export several SQLObject classes into a .zip file. Each item in the ``soClasses`` list may be a SQLObject class, select result, or ``(soClass, select)`` tuple. Each file in the zip will be named after the class name (with ``.csv`` appended), or using the filename in the ``.csvFilename`` attribute. If ``file`` is given, the zip will be written to that. ``file`` may be a string (a filename) or a file-like object. If not given, a string will be returnd. If ``zip`` is given, then the files will be written to that zip file. All filenames will be prefixed with ``filename_prefix`` (which may be a directory name, for instance). """ import zipfile close_file_when_finished = False close_zip_when_finished = True return_when_finished = False if file: if isinstance(file, string_type): close_file_when_finished = True file = open(file, 'wb') elif zip: close_zip_when_finished = False else: return_when_finished = True if PY2: file = StringIO() else: # zipfile on python3 requires BytesIO file = BytesIO() if not zip: zip = zipfile.ZipFile(file, mode='w') try: _actually_export_classes(soClasses, zip, filename_prefix, connection) finally: if close_zip_when_finished: zip.close() if close_file_when_finished: file.close() if return_when_finished: return file.getvalue()
def _actually_export_classes(soClasses, zip, filename_prefix, connection): for classDesc in soClasses: if isinstance(classDesc, (tuple, list)): soClass, select = classDesc elif isinstance(classDesc, sqlobject.SQLObject.SelectResultsClass): select = classDesc soClass = select.sourceClass else: soClass = classDesc select = None filename = getattr(soClass, 'csvFilename', soClass.__name__) if not os.path.splitext(filename)[1]: filename += '.csv' filename = filename_prefix + filename zip.writestr(filename, export_csv(soClass, select, connection=connection))