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"""
Provides classes for the (WS) SOAP I{document/literal}.
"""

from logging import getLogger
from suds import *
from suds.bindings.binding import Binding
from suds.sax.element import Element

log = getLogger(__name__)


00029 class Document(Binding):
    """
    The document/literal style.  Literal is the only (@use) supported
    since document/encoded is pretty much dead.
    Although the soap specification supports multiple documents within the soap
    <body/>, it is very uncommon.  As such, suds presents an I{RPC} view of
    service methods defined with a single document parameter.  This is done so 
    that the user can pass individual parameters instead of one, single document.
    To support the complete specification, service methods defined with multiple documents
    (multiple message parts), must present a I{document} view for that method.
    """
        
00041     def bodycontent(self, method, args, kwargs):
        #
        # The I{wrapped} vs I{bare} style is detected in 2 ways.
        # If there is 2+ parts in the message then it is I{bare}.
        # If there is only (1) part and that part resolves to a builtin then
        # it is I{bare}.  Otherwise, it is I{wrapped}.
        #
        if not len(method.soap.input.body.parts):
            return ()
        wrapped = method.soap.input.body.wrapped
        if wrapped:
            pts = self.bodypart_types(method)
            root = self.document(pts[0])
        else:
            root = []
        n = 0
        for pd in self.param_defs(method):
            if n < len(args):
                value = args[n]
            else:
                value = kwargs.get(pd[0])
            n += 1
            p = self.mkparam(method, pd, value)
            if p is None:
                continue
            if not wrapped:
                ns = pd[1].namespace('ns0')
                p.setPrefix(ns[0], ns[1])
            root.append(p)
        return root

00072     def replycontent(self, method, body):
        wrapped = method.soap.output.body.wrapped
        if wrapped:
            return body[0].children
        else:
            return body.children
        
00079     def document(self, wrapper):
        """
        Get the document root.  For I{document/literal}, this is the
        name of the wrapper element qualifed by the schema tns.
        @param wrapper: The method name.
        @type wrapper: L{xsd.sxbase.SchemaObject}
        @return: A root element.
        @rtype: L{Element}
        """
        tag = wrapper[1].name
        ns = wrapper[1].namespace('ns0')
        d = Element(tag, ns=ns)
        return d
    
00093     def mkparam(self, method, pdef, object):
        #
        # Expand list parameters into individual parameters
        # each with the type information.  This is because in document
        # arrays are simply unbounded elements.
        #
        if isinstance(object, (list, tuple)):
            tags = []
            for item in object:
                tags.append(self.mkparam(method, pdef, item))
            return tags
        else:
            return Binding.mkparam(self, method, pdef, object)
        
00107     def param_defs(self, method):
        #
        # Get parameter definitions for document literal.
        # The I{wrapped} vs I{bare} style is detected in 2 ways.
        # If there is 2+ parts in the message then it is I{bare}.
        # If there is only (1) part and that part resolves to a builtin then
        # it is I{bare}.  Otherwise, it is I{wrapped}.
        #
        pts = self.bodypart_types(method)
        wrapped = method.soap.input.body.wrapped
        if not wrapped:
            return pts
        result = []
        # wrapped
        for p in pts:
            resolved = p[1].resolve()
            for child, ancestry in resolved:
                if child.isattr():
                    continue
                if self.bychoice(ancestry):
                    log.debug(
                        '%s\ncontained by <choice/>, excluded as param for %s()',
                        child,
                        method.name)
                    continue
                result.append((child.name, child))
        return result
    
00135     def returned_types(self, method):
        result = []
        wrapped = method.soap.output.body.wrapped
        rts = self.bodypart_types(method, input=False)
        if wrapped:
            for pt in rts:
                resolved = pt.resolve(nobuiltin=True)
                for child, ancestry in resolved:
                    result.append(child)
                break
        else:
            result += rts
        return result
    
00149     def bychoice(self, ancestry):
        """
        The ancestry contains a <choice/>
        @param ancestry: A list of ancestors.
        @type ancestry: list
        @return: True if contains <choice/>
        @rtype: boolean
        """
        for x in ancestry:
            if x.choice():
                return True
        return False

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