Response(json_data, snake_case=True, headers=None)[source]¶
Custom Civis response object.
The main features of this class are that it maps camelCase to snake_case at the top level of the json object and attaches keys as attributes. Nested object keys are not changed.
- json_data : dict | None
This is json_data as it is originally returned to the user without the key names being changed. See Notes. None is used if the original response returned a 204 No Content response.
- headers : dict
This is the header for the API call without changing the key names.
- calls_remaining : int
Number of API calls remaining before rate limit is reached.
- rate_limit : int
Total number of calls per API rate limit period.
PaginatedResponse(path, initial_params, endpoint)[source]¶
A response object which is an iterator
- path : str
Make GET requests to this path.
- initial_params : dict
Query params that should be passed along with each request. Note that if initial_params contains the keys page_num or limit, they will be ignored. The given dict is not modified.
- endpoint : civis.base.Endpoint
An endpoint used to make API requests.
This response is returned automatically by endpoints which support pagination when the iterator kwarg is specified.
>>> client = civis.APIClient() >>> queries = client.queries.list(iterator=True) >>> for query in queries: ... print(query['id'])
CivisFuture(poller, poller_args, polling_interval=None, api_key=None, client=None, poll_on_creation=True)[source]¶
A class for tracking future results.
This class will attempt to subscribe to a Pubnub channel to listen for job completion events. If you don’t have access to Pubnub channels, then it will fallback to polling.
This is a subclass of
concurrent.futures.Futurefrom the Python standard library. See: https://docs.python.org/3/library/concurrent.futures.html
- poller : func
A function which returns an object that has a
- poller_args : tuple
The arguments with which to call the poller function.
- polling_interval : int or float, optional
The number of seconds between API requests to check whether a result is ready.
- api_key : DEPRECATED str, optional
Your Civis API key. If not given, the
CIVIS_API_KEYenvironment variable will be used.
- client :
- poll_on_creation : bool, optional
True(the default), it will poll upon calling
result()the first time. If
False, it will wait the number of seconds specified in polling_interval from object creation before polling.
This example is provided as a function at
>>> client = civis.APIClient() >>> database_id = client.get_database_id("my_database") >>> cred_id = client.default_credential >>> sql = "SELECT 1" >>> preview_rows = 10 >>> response = client.queries.post(database_id, sql, preview_rows, >>> credential=cred_id) >>> job_id = response.id >>> >>> poller = client.queries.get >>> poller_args = (job_id, ) # (job_id, run_id) if poller requires run_id >>> polling_interval = 10 >>> future = CivisFuture(poller, poller_args, polling_interval)
find(object_list, filter_func=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
- object_list : iterable
An iterable of arbitrary objects, particularly those with attributes that can be targeted by the filters in kwargs. A major use case is an iterable of
- filter_func : callable, optional
A one-argument function. If specified, kwargs are ignored. An object from the input iterable is kept in the returned list if and only if
Key-value pairs for more fine-grained filtering; they cannot be used in conjunction with filter_func. All keys must be strings. For an object from the input iterable to be included in the returned list, all the key`s must be attributes of `object, plus any one of the following conditions for a given key:
- value is a one-argument function and
- value is
getattr(object, key)is equal to
- value is a one-argument function and
>>> import civis >>> client = civis.APIClient() >>> # creds is a list of civis.response.Response objects >>> creds = client.credentials.list() >>> # target_creds contains civis.response.Response objects >>> # with the attribute 'name' == 'username' >>> target_creds = find(creds, name='username')
find_one(object_list, filter_func=None, **kwargs)[source]¶
Return one satisfying
The arguments are the same as those for
civis.find(). If more than one object satisfies the filtering criteria, the first one is returned. If no satisfying objects are found,
- object or None