Skip to main content

Python CLI for managing template library.

Project description

Template Library CLI

This is a CLI client for the Template library.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Template library CLI is called xopera-template-library and is available on PyPI and TestPyPI instances. The tool can be used to view, upload and download TOSCA template modules and their implementations.

Prerequisites

xopera-template-library requires python 3 (and a virtual environment). In a typical modern Linux environment, we should already be set. In Ubuntu, however, we might need to run the following commands:

$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install -y python3-venv python3-wheel python-wheel-common

Installation

After the prerequisites are satisfy you can proceed with the installation. The simplest way to test xopera-template-library is to install it into virtual environment:

$ mkdir ~/opera && cd ~/opera
$ python3 -m venv .venv && . .venv/bin/activate
(.venv) $ pip install xopera-template-library

Usage

This part explains the usage of Template library CLI tool.

$ xopera-template-library template -h
usage: xopera-template-library [-h] [-v]
                               {template,template-group,user-group,user,setup,login,logout}
                               ...

positional arguments:
  {template,template-group,user-group,user,setup,login,logout}
    template            Template actions.
    template-group      Actions for groups of templates.
    user-group          Actions for groups of users.
    user                User info.
    setup               Setup client variables.
    login               Login to your account.
    logout              Logout of your account.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v, --verbose         Increase output verbosity

At any point the -h/--help (help) flag is available to display proceeding options. There is also -v/--verbose flag that will turn on the debug mode to see more output.

Setup

Before you begin using xopera-template-library tool you have to make sure that Template library REST API endpoint and KeyCloak auth endpoint are properly configured. This can be done with setup command where you will be able to change the default values that are:

# default REST API endpoint
REST_API_ENDPOINT = "https://template-library-radon.xlab.si/api"
# default KeyCloak endpoint
KEYCLOAK_ENDPOINT = "https://openid-radon.xlab.si"

If you run only xopera-template-library setup you will be able to modify only the REST API endpoint. You have to use --keycloak flag to tell the CLI that you will modify KeyCloak auth endpoint too.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library setup --keycloak
Current Template Library REST API endpoint: https://template-library-radon.xlab.si/api
Modify API endpoint (press enter to keep the current): 
Template library REST API endpoint has been set to: https://template-library-radon.xlab.si/api.

Current KeyCloak auth endpoint: https://openid-radon.xlab.si
Modify KeyCloak endpoint (press enter to keep the current): 
KeyCloak endpoint has been set to: https://openid-radon.xlab.si.

Auth

You can access public templates without authorizing. For other actions and to see your private templates, you need to login with your Keycloak identity provider account.

You can login as:

  • XLAB KeyCloak user
  • Other identity provider's KeyCloak user (use --identity-provider flag)

If --identity-provider and the ID are present, user will be logged in with the chosen identity provider. If you do not know the ID of the provider you can leave out the ID and the available providers will be listed and you will be able to choose one for authentication.

Examples:

# login as XLAB KeyCloak user
$ xopera-template-library login --username "username1" --password "password1"

# login as another identity provider's KeyCloak user (you know identity provider ID)
$ xopera-template-library login --username "username1" --password "password1" --identity-provider "identity_provider_ID"

# login as another identity provider's KeyCloak user (you don't know identity provider ID)
$ xopera-template-library login --username "username1" --password "password1" --identity-provider

To logout, use xopera-template-library logout

Templates

Next you can use option list to display available templates. The templates will list in a table with templates' information. You can use filters for keyword (template name and description), template type and template privacy setting. Option version displays a list of template's published versions.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library template list
$ xopera-template-library template list --keyword aws
$ xopera-template-library template list --type node --public true
$ xopera-template-library template version --name AwsLambda

To download a template you have to provide a path to where you want the template to be saved and the name of the template to download. By default, the last version is downloaded. With argument --version you can download other versions.

Example:

$ xopera-template-library template get --name DemoBlueprintOpenFaaS --path example/
$ xopera-template-library template get --name DemoBlueprintOpenFaaS --path example/ --version 0.0.1

If the desired template does not exist you can create and upload your own. You can start by generating a basic file structure by using create option. You will be asked for your template's name and type.

Possible types are data, artifact, capability, requirement, relationship, interface, node, group, policy, csar and other.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library template create
Template type: node
Template name: ExampleTemplate

When using the xopera-template-library template create CLI command this will automatically create the structure for your template, which contains the following files:

|-- Folder
       |-- files
           |-- create.yml
           |-- delete.yml
       |-- NodeType.tosca
       |-- README.md

The structure is similar to RADON particles and is compatible with Eclipse Winery modelling tool.

After the basic files are generated you can edit them and upload your template to the library (use save CLI command). By default templates are private. For publishing your template publicly, add --public flag.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library template save --name AwsLambda --path example/AwsLambdaFunction --public --version 0.0.1

Template groups

Templates can be ordered in template groups. User can create a template group, list existing groups and get a list of templates in a template group. Template group owners can add and remove templates.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library template-group create --group_name AwsGroup --group_description "A group of AWS related templates"
$ xopera-template-library template-group list
$ xopera-template-library template-group get --group_name AwsGroup
$ xopera-template-library template-group add-template --group_name AwsGroup --template_name AwsBucket
$ xopera-template-library template-group remove-template --group_name AwsGroup --template_name AwsBucket

Users

Users can look up their info, list user groups they are members of and list template groups they have access to.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library user info
$ xopera-template-library user user-groups
$ xopera-template-library user template-groups

User groups

Users can be members of user groups. User groups can be granted access to groups of templates. User can create a user group, list existing groups, get a list of users in a given user group and get a list of template groups a user group is granted access to.

User group owners can add and remove users and access to template groups.

Examples:

$ xopera-template-library user-group create --group_name RadonGroup --group_description "Members of Radon project"
$ xopera-template-library user-group list
$ xopera-template-library user-group get-users --group_name RadonGroup
$ xopera-template-library user-group template-groups --group_name RadonGroup
$ xopera-template-library user-group add-user --group_name RadonGroup --username johny
$ xopera-template-library user-group remove-user --group_name RadonGroup --username johny
$ xopera-template-library user-group add-templates --user_group RadonGroup --template_group AwsGroup
$ xopera-template-library user-group remove-templates --user_group RadonGroup --template_group AwsGroup

Project details


Download files

Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.

Files for xopera-template-library, version 0.2.3
Filename, size File type Python version Upload date Hashes
Filename, size xopera_template_library-0.2.3-py3-none-any.whl (19.5 kB) File type Wheel Python version py3 Upload date Hashes View
Filename, size xopera-template-library-0.2.3.tar.gz (23.1 kB) File type Source Python version None Upload date Hashes View

Supported by

AWS AWS Cloud computing Datadog Datadog Monitoring DigiCert DigiCert EV certificate Facebook / Instagram Facebook / Instagram PSF Sponsor Fastly Fastly CDN Google Google Object Storage and Download Analytics Microsoft Microsoft PSF Sponsor Pingdom Pingdom Monitoring Salesforce Salesforce PSF Sponsor Sentry Sentry Error logging StatusPage StatusPage Status page