Source code for cfme.utils.smtp_collector_client

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

from cfme.utils.timeutil import parsetime
import requests

[docs]class SMTPCollectorClient(object): """Client for script Args: host: Host where collector runs (Default: localhost) port: Port where the collector query interface listens (Default: 1026) """ def __init__(self, host="localhost", port=1026): self._host = host self._port = port def _query(self, method, path, **params): return method("http://{}:{}/{}".format(self._host, self._port, path), params=params)
[docs] def clear_database(self): """Clear the database in collector Returns: :py:class:`bool` """ return self._query(requests.delete, "messages").json()
[docs] def set_test_name(self, test_name): """Set the test name for folder name in the collector. Args: test_name: Name to set Returns: :py:class:`bool` with result. """ return self._query(requests.get, "set_test_name", test_name=test_name).json()
[docs] def get_emails(self, **filter): """Get emails. Eventually apply filtering on SQLite level Time variables can be passed as instances of :py:class:`utils.timeutil.parsetime`. That carries out the necessary conversion automatically. _like args - see SQLite's LIKE operator syntax Keywords: from_address: E-mail matches. to_address: E-mail matches. subject: Subject matches exactly. subject_like: Subject is LIKE. time_from: E-mails arrived since this time. time_to: E-mail arrived before this time. text: Text matches exactly. text_like: Text is LIKE. Returns: List of dicts with e-mails matching the criteria. """ if filter.get("time_from") is not None: if isinstance(filter["time_from"], parsetime): filter["time_from"] = filter["time_from"].to_request_format() if filter.get("time_to") is not None: if isinstance(filter["time_to"], parsetime): filter["time_to"] = filter["time_to"].to_request_format() return self._query(requests.get, "messages", **filter).json()
[docs] def get_html_report(self): return self._query(requests.get, "messages.html").text.strip()