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Project Description

ftw.blueprints

ftw.blueprints provides some useful blueprints and includes example cfgs for archetypes and dexterity.

For more informations about creating blueprints and how to use them see:

Installation

  • Add ftw.blueprints to your buildout configuration:
[instance]
eggs +=
    ftw.blueprints
  • Open view @@jsonmigrator and chose your configuration file

Note: Some of the Archetypes and Dexterity example configs also reference sections from ftw.inflator. If you base your config on one of these, you’ll also need to install ftw.inflator.

Compatibility

Runs with Plone 4.2, 4.3 or 5.0.

Plone 4.2

Plone 4.3

Plone 5.0

Blueprints provided by this package

  • ftw.blueprints.fieldmapper
    • Powerful blueprint to map and change fields from the given item with a static value, lambda expressions, conditions and dict-mapping.
  • ftw.blueprints.pathmapper
    • Map old paths to new paths. Applies the mapping recursively if required.
  • ftw.blueprints.childinserter
    • Inserts a child for the given item
  • ftw.blueprints.parentinserter
    • Inserts a parent for the given item
  • ftw.blueprints.additionalobjectinserter
    • Inserts an object at the given path
  • ftw.blueprints.dataupdater
    • Updates blob data.
  • ftw.blueprints.regexreplacer
    • Replaces values with regex
  • ftw.blueprints.logger
    • Alternate to the printer blueprint. Configurable logging blueprint to log the information given in an expression.
  • ftw.blueprints.workflowmanager
    • Manages the workflow states, transitions and history
  • ftw.blueprints.formmailer-fields-inserter
    • Blueprint to convert the very old PloneFormMailer fields to the new PloneFormGen archetype fields
  • ftw.blueprints.contextualportletadder
    • Adds a portlet on a given context
  • ftw.blueprints.unicodeawaremimeencapsulator
    • Unicode aware plone.app.transmogrifier.mimeencapsulator.
  • ftw.blueprints.multilingual.linguaploneitemlinker
    • Create new translations with plone.app.multilingual from a source that used LinguaPlone.
  • ftw.blueprints.positionupdater
    • A object position in parent blueprint, supporting Plone sites.
  • Under construction / deprecated
    • ftw.blueprints.annotatedefaultviewpathobjects
    • ftw.blueprints.updatedefaultviewobjectpath
    • ftw.blueprints.checkisdefaultviewobject

ftw.blueprints.fieldmapper

This blueprint is to map or change values on the item.

Required options:

  • field-mapping - option to map or change fields

Using field-mapping:

{‘source-key’: {option: value}}
  • First, you need to define the source-key you want to modifiy.

  • Then you need to define some options:

    • destination: the new name of the key.

      {‘plz’: {‘destination’:’zip’}

      Just moves the value of plz to zip

    • static_value: if you want to use a static value, you can use this option:

      {‘plz’: {‘static_value’:‘3000’}}

      Replaces the value in plz with 3000

    • map_value: in some cases you want to change the values with a map:

      {‘plz’: {‘map_value’:{‘PLZ 3000’: ‘3000’}}}

      Tf the value of plz is PLZ 3000, it will be replaced with 3000

    • transform: transforms the value with the given function. As parameter, you have the item itself.

      {‘plz’: {‘transform’:lambda x: x[‘plz’] = x[‘plz’] and

      x[‘plz’] or ‘3000’}}

      This example would replace the plz with 3000 if its value is None

    • need_src_key: in some cases you just want to do transforms if the source-key is available.

      {‘plz’: ‘static_value’:‘3000’, need_src_key: True}

      It would just set the static value if the source-key exists on the item.

The option ‘need_src_key’ defaults to False. So you can use the mapper as a more powerful inserter blueprint. For example you can add an attribute to the item which does not exist yet. If the source-key does not exist on the item, it will be ignored by the mapper.

{'update_show_title': {
    'destination': 'showTitle',
    'transform': lambda x: x['title'] and True or False,
    }
}

This example would set the non existing yet ‘showTitle’ attribute on the item to True if the items title is not None.

Its also possible to do transforms on an attribute, after you can map it with the map_value option.

{'title': {
    'destination': 'description',
    'transform': lambda x: x['title'].lower(),
    'map_value': {'james': 'bond', 'bud': 'spencer'}
    }
}

First it transforms the title to lowercase. If the title contains one of the given keys in the map_value option it will be replaced. At the end, it put the transformed and mapped value into the description.

You can combine all this options together to do powerful mappings on your item.

{'zip': {'static_value':'3000'},
 'client': {
     'destination': 'text',
     'transform': lambda x: x['language'] == \
     'en' and 'Customer: %s' % (x['cleint']) or \
     'Kunde: %s' % (x['client']),
     'need_src_key': True
   }
}

First we put a static value to the zip attribute. After we do some stuff with the client attribute. If the client-key is available in the items-map, it fills a given string, depending on the language of the object into the text attribute.

Minimal configuration:

[fieldmapper]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.fieldmapper
field-mapping = python:{}

Optional options:

There are no optional options.

ftw.blueprints.pathmapper

This Blueprint updates the path for each item.

Required options:

  • mapping
    • An iterable of mappings.
    • Each mapping-item is a tuple (regular_expression, replacement).
    • The mappings are applied exhaustively in the defined order.
    • expression, iterable

Minimal configuration:

[pathmapper]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.pathmapper
mapping = python: (
    ('^/de/foo/bar', '/foo/bar'),
    ('^/en/foo/bar', '/foo/qux'),)

Optional options:

  • path-key - The key-name for the path that is mapped. It defaults to _path.
  • strip_prefixes - A list of prefixes that are stripped from each path if the paths starts with that prefix.

Full configuration

[pathmapper]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.pathmapper
mapping = python: (
    ('^/de/foo/bar', '/foo/bar'),
    ('^/en/foo/bar', '/foo/qux'),)
path-key = '_gak'
strip-prefixes = python: (
  '/plone/www/irgendwo',)

ftw.blueprints.typefieldmapper

This Blueprint maps types and their fields to new types and new fields.

Required options:

  • mapping
    • Nested mapping for types and their fields.
    • The first level maps types.
    • The second levels maps fields of the first level’s types.
    • expression, dict

Minimal configuration:

[typefieldmapper]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.typefieldmapper
mapping = python: {
        'OldType':  ('NewType', {'oldfield': 'newfield'}),
    }

Optional options:

  • type-key - The key-name for the type that is mapped. It defaults to _type.

ftw.blueprints.childinserter

This Blueprint inserts a new item to the pipline as a child.

The new item is not a copy of the parent-item. If you want to use metadata of the parent-item, you need to map them with the metadata-key option

Required options:

  • content-type - defines the contenttype of the child object - string
  • additional-id - defines the new id of the child object - expression, string

-Minimal configuration:

[childinserter]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.childinserter
content-type = ContentPage
additional-id = python: 'downloads'

Optional options:

  • metadata-key - metadatamapping for the child as a dict. you can provide metadata from the parent item for the child or you can use lambda expressions to set a new value. - expression, dict

    Using parents metadata:

    {‘description’: ‘title’}

    will get the value of title on parent-item and put it into the description field on child-item

    Using new value:

    {‘title’: lambda x: ‘Images’}

    will put ‘Images’ into the title field on child-item

  • _interfaces - adds interfaces as a list to the child-item - expression, list

  • _annotations - adds annotations as a dict to the child-item - expression, dict

Full configuration

[childinserter]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.childinserter
content-type = ContentPage
additional-id = python: 'downloads'
metadata-key = python: {
    'title': lambda x: 'Images',
    'description': 'title',
    }
_interfaces = python: [
    "simplelayout.portlet.dropzone.interfaces.ISlotBlock",
    "remove:simplelayout.base.interfaces.ISlotA"
    ]
_annotations = {'viewname': 'portlet'}

Visual example:

  • A = item in pipeline
  • A’ = item in pipeline after blueprint
  • B = child in pipeline after the item
            +-------------------+
            | _path: /foo       |
            | _id: album        | (A)
            | _type: Folder     |
            +---------+---------+
                      |
                      | 1.0
                      |
       +--------------+------------------+
       |           BLUEPRINT             |
       |   content-type = Image          |
       |   additional-id = python: 'bar' |
       |                                 |
       +--+------------------------+-----+
          |                        |
          |                        | 1.2
          |                  +-----+-------------+
          | 1.1              | _path: /foo/bar   |
          |                  | _id: bar          | (B)
          |                  | _type: Image      |
          |                  +-----+-------------+
+---------+---------+              |
| _path: /foo       |              |
| _id: album        | (A')         |
| _type: Folder     |              |
+---------+---------+              |
          |                        |
          | 1.1.1                  | 1.2.1
          |                        |
       +--+------------------------+-----+

ftw.blueprints.parentinserter

This Blueprint inserts a new item to the pipline as a parent.

The new item is not a copy of the child-item. If you want to use metadata of the child-item, you need to map them with the metadata-key option

Pleas see the ftw.blueprints.childinserter section documentation for how to use.

Visual Example:

  • A = item in pipeline
  • A’ = item in pipeline after blueprint
  • B = parent in pipeline after the item
            +-------------------+
            | _path: /foo       |
            | _id: album        | (A)
            | _type: Image      |
            +---------+---------+
                      |
                      | 1.0
                      |
       +--------------+------------------+
       |           BLUEPRINT             |
       |   content-type = Folder         |
       |   additional-id = python: 'bar' |
       |                                 |
       +--+------------------------+-----+
          |                        |
          |                        | 1.2
          |                  +-----+-------------+
          | 1.1              | _path: /bar/foo   |
          |                  | _id: album        | (A')
          |                  | _type: Image      |
          |                  +-----+-------------+
+---------+---------+              |
| _path: /bar       |              |
| _id: bar          | (B)          |
| _type: Folder     |              |
+---------+---------+              |
          |                        |
          | 1.1.1                  | 1.2.1
          |                        |
       +--+------------------------+-----+

ftw.blueprints.additionalobjectinserter

This Blueprint inserts a new item to the pipline at a given path.

The new item is not a copy of the item. If you want to use metadata of the item, you need to map them with the metadata-key option

Required options:

  • new-path - the path including the id of the object you want create - expression, string
  • content-type - defines the contenttype of the new object - string
  • additional-id - defines the new id of the new object -expression, string

Minimal configuration:

[additionalobjectinserter]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.additionalobjectinserter
content-type = Contact
additional-id = python: 'downloads'
new-path = python:'/contacts/contact-%s' % item['_id']

Please see the ftw.blueprints.childinserter section documentation for more informations about optional options.

Visual Example:

  • A = item in pipeline
  • A’ = item in pipeline after blueprint
  • B = parent in pipeline after the item
            +-------------------+
            | _path: /foo       |
            | _id: album        | (A)
            | _type: Image      |
            +---------+---------+
                      |
                      | 1.0
                      |
       +--------------+-----------------------+
       |           BLUEPRINT                  |
       |   content-type = Contact             |
       |   additional-id = python: 'bar'      |
       |   new-path = python:'/contacts/james |
       |                                      |
       +--+------------------------+----------+
          |                        |
          |                        | 1.2
          |                  +-----+-------------+
          | 1.1              | _path: /foo       |
          |                  | _id: album        | (A')
          |                  | _type: Image      |
          |                  +-----+-------------+
+---------+----------------+       |
| _path: /contacts/james   |       |
| _id: bar                 | (B)   |
| _type: Contact           |       |
+---------+----------------+       |
          |                        |
          | 1.1.1                  | 1.2.1
          |                        |
       +--+------------------------+----------+

ftw.blueprints.workflowmanager

Blueprint to manage workflows after migration

Whith this blueprint it’s possible to migrate the workflowhistory and the reviewstate.

It provides workflow-mapping, states-mapping and transition-mapping.

Required options:

  • old-workflow-id - the name of the old workflow you want to migrate - String

Minimal configuration:

[workflowmanager]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.workflowmanager
old-workflow-id = simple_publication_workflow

Optional options:

  • update-history - default: True - Set it to False if you just want to update the review_state
  • new-workflow-id - if the name of the new workflow differs to the old one. - String
  • state-map - mapping for the old states to the new ones - expression, dict
  • transition-map - mapping for the old transitions to the new ones - expression, dict

Full configuration

[workflowmanager]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.workflowmanager
old-workflow-id = IntranetPublicationWorkflow
new-workflow-id = intranet_secure_workflow
state-map = python: {
    'draft': 'intranet_secure_workflow--STATUS--draft',
    'published': 'intranet_secure_workflow--STATUS--published',
    'revision': 'intranet_secure_workflow--STATUS--revision'}
transition-map = python: {
    'publish': 'intranet_secure_workflow--TRANSITION--publish',
    'retract': 'intranet_secure_workflow--TRANSITION--retract'}

ftw.blueprints.contextualportletadder

Blueprint to insert a portlet on a given context.

Required options:

  • manager-name
    • Name of the portletmanager you want to add a portlet
    • String
  • assignment-path
    • Dotted name path to the portlet assignment you want to add
    • String
  • portlet-id
    • ID of the portlet you want to add
    • String

Minimal configuration:

[contextualportletadder]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.contextualportletadder
manager-name = plone.rightcolumn
assignment-path = ftw.contentpage.portlets.news_archive_portlet.Assignment
portlet-id = news_archive_portlet

Optional options:

  • portlet-properties
    • Default properties for the portlet assignment
    • expression, dict

ftw.blueprints.formmailer-fields-inserter

Blueprint to convert the very old PloneFormMailer fields to the new PloneFormGen archetype fields

The Problem converting the fields of the PloneFormMailer is, that they aren’t Archetype fields like in the PloneFormGen. To convert it automatically, we use the formXML function of the Formulator package and put the exported xml- form-representation into the item exported with collective.jsonify.

After creating the form itself trough the pipeline, we parse the xml and convert it to a transmogrifier item with the archetypes fields.

See the example ftw.blueprints.pfm2pfg config to see how to integrate the PloneFormMailer migration correctly into the pipeline.

Minimal configuration:

[formmailer-fields-inserter]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.formmailer-fields-inserter

ftw.blueprints.unicodeawaremimeencapsulator

Makes plone.app.transmogrifier.mimeencapsulator accept unicode input data. The configuration options don’t change. See transmogrifier documentation.

ftw.blueprints.multilingual.linguaploneitemlinker

Links translations in the new Plone site with plone.app.multilingual. Expects that the source has been translated with LinguaPlone. Furthermore expects that Plone content in the new site has already been constructed when this section runs.

Note that when you are mapping paths you should also apply the same mapping to the reference to the canonical translation (_translationOf).

Minimal configuration:

[multilingual]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.multilingual.linguaploneitemlinker

Optional options:

  • path-key - The key-name for the new item’s path. It defaults to _path.
  • canonical-key - The key-name for the boolean that indicates whether this item is a canonical translation. It defaults to _canonicalTranslation.
  • translationOf - The key-name for the reference to the canonical translation. It defaults to _translationOf.

ftw.blueprints.positionupdater

The positionupdater blueprint supports folders and Plone sites. It stores the desired position of each object in its annotations, so that we can migrate children separately but keep the position (e.g. one FTI at a time).

[position]
blueprint = ftw.blueprints.positionupdater

Optional:

  • path-key - The key-name for the new item’s path. It defaults to _path.
  • position-key - The key-name for the item’s position. It defaults to _gopip.

Changelog

1.1.1 (2017-01-09)

  • Multilingual: encode canonicalpath. [libargutxi]

1.1.0 (2016-08-29)

  • Fix Plone 5 tests:

    • Make sure to set unicode titles.
    • Install p.a.contenttypes:default profile during Plone 5 tests
    • Use conditional imports for Plone 4 / 5 compatibility in tests.
    • Ensure we have consistent IDs on Plone 4 and 5.

    [lgraf]

  • Make ILanguage import conditional so it works for both Plone 4 and Plone 5. [lgraf]

  • Don’t hard depend on ftw.inflator. This makes it possible to use ftw.blueprint sections in Plone5 even when ftw.inflator is not upgraded yet. [Guido A.J. Stevens]

  • Update imports to work with both Plone 4 and Plone 5 [Guido A.J. Stevens]

  • Update imports to work with Plone 5 [erral]

1.0.0 (2015-09-30)

  • Initial release
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