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istSOS3 Core Library

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# istSOS3

In this repository you can find the istSOS3 Python3 module.
By following the instruction you will be able to run and use
the core of istSOS3 on your machine.
For full packaged versions please go to (todo: link of the
dowload pages).

## Quick Installation

To install istSOS3, you ca use pip:

```bash
pip3 install istsos
```

## Installation guide for developers

Make a fork of the official repository if you think to contribute
to the development, then clone your fork to your workstation.

If you want just to make some tests you can clone directly the official
repository.

```bash
git clone https://github.com/istSOS/istsos3.git
```
Install all the dependencies

```bash
sudo apt-get install postgresql postgis python3-pip
```

And some Python3 dependencies:

```bash
sudo pip3 install lxml \
jsonschema \
python-dateutil \
tornado \
psycopg2 \
aiopg \
pytest
```

## Preparing the istSOS3 server

Installa and create a PostgreSQL database named istsos3 and execute the sql file
(postgresql_9.4_istsos_3.0.0.sql) that you can find in
the ```istsos3/assets``` folder.

```bash
sudo -u postgres createdb -E UTF8 istsos3
sudo -u postgres psql \
-d istsos3 -a \
-f istsos3/istsos/assets/postgresql_9.4_istsos_3.0.0.sql
```

Set your postgres user password

```bash
sudo -u postgres psql
alter user postgres password 'postgres';
```
Ctrl-D to exit from psql console


Create the configuration file adapting the loader attribute.

```bash
cd istsos3
cp config-example.json config.json
```

Edit your config file:

```json
{
"type": "aiopg",
"host": "localhost",
"port": "5432",
"user": "postgres",
"password": "postgres",
"database": "istsos3"
}
```

There is a basic server implementation using [Townado Web](http://www.tornadoweb.org)

```bash
python3 examples/server_tornado.py
```
Listening at http://localhost:8887/sos

### Testing

Lib used: https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/

[#todo emprove this]
For testing in the istsos/test/ folder there same tests that has been
implemented.

#### Testing the SOS requests

in the folder [istsos/test/actions/servers/sos_2_0_0/](istsos/test/actions/servers/sos_2_0_0/)
you can find some examples. To run a single test, execute this from the
terminal:

```bash
pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/sos_2_0_0/test_getCapabilitiesOp.py
```

or

```bash
pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/sos_2_0_0/test_describeSensorOp.py
```

#### Benchmark

[#todo emprove this]
You can also do some basic benchmarking with the files in the [examples/speed](examples/speed) folder.

Maybe we can take a look at this tools: https://github.com/wg/wrk


```bash
python curl.py http://localhost/sos
```

or directly using curl:

```bash
curl -s -w '\ntime_namelookup=%{time_namelookup}\ntime_pretransfer=%{time_pretransfer}\ntime_starttransfer=%{time_starttransfer}\ntime_total=%{time_total}\n\n' -o /dev/null "http://the.request?to=test"
```

### Documentation

In the docs folder there the sphings file that can be used to generate the
docs html page.

To build the docs:

```bash
cd docs
make html
```

## Continuous Integration (CI)

https://about.gitlab.com/features/gitlab-ci-cd/

The tests are executed automatically at each commit on the remote repository.
The test are performed inside a docker environment.

### Installation

It's possible to execute the test locally, to do that follow the steps below:

#### Install docker executor

Add the GPG key for the official Docker repository:
```bash
curl -fsSL https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/gpg | sudo apt-key add -
```

Add Docker repo to APT sources:
```bash
sudo add-apt-repository "deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu $(lsb_release -cs) stable"
```

Install Docker
```bash
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install docker-ce
```

Run docker without sudo
```bash
sudo usermod -aG docker ${USER}
su - ${USER}
```

#### Install gitlab-ci runner

Download the correct deb (gitlab-ci-multi-runner_amd64.deb) from the following uri:
```bash
https://gitlab-ci-multi-runner-downloads.s3.amazonaws.com/v9.5.0/deb/gitlab-ci-multi-runner_amd64.deb
```

Install gitlab-ci-runner:
```bash
sudo dkpg -i gitlab-ci-multi-runner_amd64.deb
```

#### Run test locally with gitlab-ci

Locally you can only run one test at time, the test run only on commited changes.

```bash
cd git-root
gitlab-runner exec docker [test_name]

```

### Add new jobs to gitleb-ci

The .gitlab-ci.yml file defines sets of jobs with constraints of how and when they should be run.
The jobs are defined as top-level elements with a name (in our case rest) and always have to contain the script keyword.

Each job run independently from each other. If a test fails the job will be stopped.

Example:
```
rest:
stage: test

script:
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_uom.py
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_observedProperties.py
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_material.py
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_method.py
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_offering.py
- pytest -s istsos/test/actions/servers/rest/test_specimen.py

```


## istSOS3 lib usage

### Usage example:

[#todo to be improved]

```python

import asyncio

from istsos.application import Server
from istsos.entity.httpRequest import HttpRequest

@asyncio.coroutine
def execute():
server = yield from Server.create()
request = HttpRequest(
"GET",
"sos",
parameters={
"service": "SOS",
"version": "2.0.0",
"request": "GetObservation",
"offering": "T_LUGANO",
"temporalFilter": (
"om:phenomenonTime,"
"2009-01-01T00:00:00+0100/"
"2009-01-02T00:00:00+0100"
)
}
)
response = yield from server.execute_http_request(request, stats=True)
print("\nLoaded %s observations" % len(response['observations']))

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(
asyncio.gather(execute())
)
loop.close()

```

#### Initialize a new config file

Initializing the istSOS Server with a config dictionary. A new config file will be created in the given path (default to config.pickle).

```python

from istsos.application import State

state = State(
config={
"proxy": "http://localhost/istsos3/",
"cache": False,
"loader": {
"type": "aiopg",
"host": "localhost",
"port": "5432",
"user": "postgres",
"password": "postgres",
"database": "istsos3"
}
}
)

```

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