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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4
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import os
import sys
import cgi
import time
from datetime import date, datetime, timedelta
import itertools
from docutils.examples import html_parts

from openquake.baselib.datastore import read
from openquake.calculators.views import view_fullreport
from openquake.commonlib.logs import dbcmd

tablecounter = itertools.count(0)

[docs]def html(header_rows): """ Convert a list of tuples describing a table into a HTML string """ name = 'table%d' % next(tablecounter) return HtmlTable([map(str, row) for row in header_rows], name).render()
[docs]class HtmlTable(object): """ Convert a sequence header+body into a HTML table. """ css = """\ tr.evenRow { background-color: lightgreen } tr.oddRow { } th { background-color: lightblue } """ maxrows = 5000 border = "1" summary = "" def __init__(self, header_plus_body, name='noname', empty_table='Empty table'): header, body = header_plus_body[0], header_plus_body[1:] = name self.empty_table = empty_table rows = [] # rows is a finite sequence of tuples for i, row in enumerate(body): if i == self.maxrows: rows.append( ["Table truncated because too big: more than %s rows" % i]) break rows.append(row) self.rows = rows self.header = tuple(header) # horizontal header
[docs] def render(self, dummy_ctxt=None): out = "\n%s\n" % "".join(list(self._gen_table())) if not self.rows: out += '<em>%s</em>' % cgi.escape(self.empty_table, quote=True) return out
def _gen_table(self): yield '<table id="%s" border="%s" summary="%s" class="tablesorter">\n'\ % (, self.border, self.summary) yield '<thead>\n' yield '<tr>%s</tr>\n' % ''.join( '<th>%s</th>\n' % h for h in self.header) yield '</thead>\n' yield '<tbody\n>' for r, row in enumerate(self.rows): yield '<tr class="%s">\n' % ["even", "odd"][r % 2] for col in row: yield '<td>%s</td>\n' % col yield '</tr>\n' yield '</tbody>\n' yield '</table>\n'
JOB_STATS = ''' SELECT id, user_name, start_time, stop_time, status, strftime('%s', stop_time) - strftime('%s', start_time) AS duration FROM job WHERE id=?x; ''' ALL_JOBS = ''' SELECT id, user_name, status, ds_calc_dir FROM job WHERE start_time >= ?x AND start_time < ?x ORDER BY stop_time ''' PAGE_TEMPLATE = '''\ <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <script src=""></script> <link rel="stylesheet" href="" /> <script src=""></script> <script> $(function() { $("#tabs").tabs(); }); </script> </head> <body> %s </body> </html> '''
[docs]def make_tabs(tag_ids, tag_status, tag_contents): """ Return a HTML string containing all the tabs we want to display """ templ = ''' <div id="tabs"> <ul> %s </ul> %s </div>''' lis = [] contents = [] for i, (tag_id, status, tag_content) in enumerate( zip(tag_ids, tag_status, tag_contents), 1): mark = '.' if status == 'complete' else '!' lis.append('<li><a href="#tabs-%d">%s%s</a></li>' % (i, tag_id, mark)) contents.append('<div id="tabs-%d">%s</div>' % ( i, tag_content)) return templ % ('\n'.join(lis), '\n'.join(contents))
[docs]def make_report(isodate='today'): """ Build a HTML report with the computations performed at the given isodate. Return the name of the report, which is saved in the current directory. """ if isodate == 'today': isodate = else: isodate = date(*time.strptime(isodate, '%Y-%m-%d')[:3]) isodate1 = isodate + timedelta(1) # +1 day tag_ids = [] tag_status = [] tag_contents = [] # the fetcher returns an header which is stripped with [1:] jobs = dbcmd( 'fetch', ALL_JOBS, isodate.isoformat(), isodate1.isoformat()) page = '<h2>%d job(s) finished before midnight of %s</h2>' % ( len(jobs), isodate) for job_id, user, status, ds_calc in jobs: tag_ids.append(job_id) tag_status.append(status) [stats] = dbcmd('fetch', JOB_STATS, job_id) (job_id, user, start_time, stop_time, status, duration) = stats try: ds = read(job_id, datadir=os.path.dirname(ds_calc)) txt = view_fullreport('fullreport', ds) report = html_parts(txt) except Exception as exc: report = dict( html_title='Could not generate report: %s' % cgi.escape( str(exc), quote=True), fragment='') page = report['html_title'] page += html([stats._fields, stats]) page += report['fragment'] tag_contents.append(page) page = make_tabs(tag_ids, tag_status, tag_contents) + ( 'Report last updated: %s' % fname = 'jobs-%s.html' % isodate with open(fname, 'w') as f: f.write(PAGE_TEMPLATE % page) return fname