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Python helper functions for using the UNICORE REST API

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# # Python library for using the UNICORE REST API #

See LICENSE file for licensing information

For full documentation of the REST API, see

For more information about the Human Brain Project, see

# Getting started with pyUNICORE

Install from PyPI with

pip install -U pyunicore

Sample code to create a client for a UNICORE site

import pyunicore.client as unicore_client import json, b64encode

base_url = “https://localhost:8080/DEMO-SITE/rest/core

# authenticate with username/password token = b64encode(b”demouser:test123”).decode(“ascii”) transport = unicore_client.Transport(token, oidc=False)

client = unicore_client.Client(transport, base_url) print(json.dumps(, indent = 2))

# Running a sample job and reading result data

my_job = {‘Executable’: ‘date’}

job = site.new_job(job_description=my_job, inputs=[]) print(json.dumps(, indent = 2))

job.poll() # wait for job to finish

work_dir = job.working_dir print(json.dumps(, indent = 2))

stdout = work_dir.stat(“/stdout”) print(json.dumps(, indent = 2))

content = stdout.raw().read() print(content)

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