Created by Brian Cherinka on 2016-04-26 09:20:35 Licensed under a 3-clause BSD license.
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Initial Version: 2016-04-26 09:20:35 by Brian Cherinka Last Modified On: 2016-04-26 09:20:35 by Brian
Interaction(route, params=None, request_type='post', auth='token', timeout=(3.05, 300), headers=None, stream=None, datastream=None, send=True, base=None, verify=True)¶
Marvins Interaction class, subclassed from Brain
This is the main class to make calls to the Marvin API. Instantaiate the Interaction object with a URL to make the call.
GET requests can be made without passing parameters. POST requests require parameters to be passed.
A successful call results in a HTTP status code of 200. Failures result in some other HTTP status code. Results from the successful call are stored in an sttribute called results, as a dictionary. Any data requested is stored as a key inside results called “data”
route (str) – Required. Relative url path of the API call you want to make
params (dict) – dictionary of parameters you are passing into the API function call
request_type (str) – the method type of the API call, can be either “get” or “post” (default: post)
auth (str) – the authentication method used for the API. Currently set as default to use JSON Web token authentication.
timeout (float|tuple) – A float or tuple of floats indicating the request timeout limit in seconds. If the server has not sent a respsonse by the time limit, an exception is raised. The default timeout is set to 5 minutes. See http://docs.python-requests.org/en/master/user/advanced/#timeouts
headers (dict) – A custom header to send with the request
datastream (bool) – If True, expects the response content to be streamed back using a Python generator. All matters when Marvin Query return_all is True.
base (str) – Optional replacement for domain API url.
results (dict) – The Response JSON object from the API call. If the API is successful, the json data is extracted from the response and stored in this dictionary. See API/Web Routes for a description of the contents of results in each route.
>>> from marvin import config >>> config.mode = 'remote' >>> >>> # import the Marvin Interaction class >>> from marvin.api.api import Interaction >>> >>> # get and format an API url to retrieve basic Cube properties >>> plateifu = '7443-12701' >>> url = config.urlmap['api']['getCube']['url'] >>> >>> # create and send the request, and retrieve a response >>> response = Interaction(url.format(name=plateifu)) >>> >>> # check your response's status code >>> print(response.status_code) >>> 200 >>> >>> # get the data in your response >>> data = response.getData() >>> print(data)
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