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from __future__ import nested_scopes
from Acquisition import ImplicitAcquisitionWrapper
from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo
from Acquisition import aq_base
from types import ListType, TupleType, ClassType, FileType
from UserDict import UserDict
from Products.CMFCore  import CMFCorePermissions
from Globals import InitializeClass
from utils import capitalize, DisplayList, OrderedDict, mapply
from debug import log, log_exc
from ZPublisher.HTTPRequest import FileUpload
from BaseUnit import BaseUnit
from types import StringType
from Storage import AttributeStorage, MetadataStorage
from DateTime import DateTime
from Layer import DefaultLayerContainer
from interfaces.field import IField, IObjectField, IImageField
from interfaces.layer import ILayerContainer, ILayerRuntime, ILayer
from interfaces.storage import IStorage
from interfaces.base import IBaseUnit
from exceptions import ObjectFieldException
from Products.CMFCore.utils import getToolByName
from Products.generator.i18n import translate

__docformat__ = 'reStructuredText'

def getNames(schema):
    """Returns a list of all fieldnames in the given schema."""

    return [f.getName() for f in schema.fields()]

def getSchemata(obj):
    """Returns an ordered dictionary, which maps all Schemata names to fields
    that belong to the Schemata."""

    schema = obj.Schema()
    schemata = OrderedDict()
    for f in schema.fields():
        sub = schemata.get(f.schemata, Schemata(name=f.schemata))
        schemata[f.schemata] = ImplicitAcquisitionWrapper(sub, obj)

    return schemata

00047 class Schemata(UserDict):
    """Manage a list of fields by grouping them together.

    Schematas are identified by their names.

    security = ClassSecurityInfo()

    _order_fields = None # cached index-ordered list of fields

00058     def __init__(self, name='default', fields=None):
        """Initialize Schemata and add optional fields."""

        self.__name__ = name

        self._index = 0

        if fields is not None:
            if type(fields) not in [ListType, TupleType]:
                fields = (fields, )

            for field in fields:

00075     def getName(self):
        """Returns the Schemata's name."""
        return self.__name__

00080     def __add__(self, other):
        """Returns a new Schemata object that contains all fields and layers
        from ``self`` and ``other``.

        *FIXME*: Why do we add layers when we're not even inheriting from

        c = Schemata()
        #We can't use update and keep the order so we do it manually
        for field in self.fields():
        for field in other.fields():

        #XXX This should also merge properties (last write wins)
        c._layers = self._layers.copy()
        return c

00102     def copy(self):
        """Returns a deep copy of this Schemata.

        *FIXME*: Why does this return a Schema and not a Schemata object?"""

        c = Schema()
        for field in self.fields():
        return c

00115     def fields(self):
        """Returns a list of my fields in order of their indices."""

        if self._order_fields is None:
            f = self.values()
            f.sort(lambda a, b: a._index - b._index)
            self._order_fields = f

        return self._order_fields

00128     def widgets(self):
        """Returns a dictionary that contains a widget for each field, keyed
        by field name."""

        widgets = {}
        for f in self.fields():
            widgets[f.getName()] = f.widget
        return widgets

00140     def filterFields(self, *predicates, **values):
        """Returns a subset of self.fields(), containing only fields that
        satisfy the given conditions.

        You can either specify predicates or values or both. If you provide
        both, all conditions must be satisfied.

        For each ``predicate`` (positional argument), ``predicate(field)`` must
        return 1 for a Field ``field`` to be returned as part of the result.

        Each ``attr=val`` function argument defines an additional predicate:
        A field must have the attribute ``attr`` and field.attr must be equal
        to value ``val`` for it to be in the returned list.

        results = []

        for field in self.fields(): # step through each of my fields

            # predicate failed:
            failed = [pred for pred in predicates if not pred(field)]
            if failed: continue

            # attribute missing:
            missing_attrs = [attr for attr in values.keys() \
                             if not hasattr(field, attr)]
            if missing_attrs: continue

            # attribute value unequal:
            diff_values = [attr for attr in values.keys() \
                           if getattr(field, attr) != values[attr]]
            if diff_values: continue


        return results

00179     def addField(self, field):
        """Adds a given field to my dictionary of fields."""

        if IField.isImplementedBy(field):
            self[field.getName()] = field
            field._index = self._index
            self._index +=1
            self._order_fields = None
            log_exc('Object doesnt implement IField: %s' % field)

00193     def searchable(self):
        """Returns a list containing names of all searchable fields."""

        return [f.getName() for f in self.values() if f.searchable]

00200 class Schema(Schemata, DefaultLayerContainer):
    """Manage a list of fields and run methods over them."""

    __implements__ = (ILayerRuntime, ILayerContainer)

    security = ClassSecurityInfo()

    _properties = {
        'marshall' : None

00213     def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        Initialize a Schema.

        The first positional argument may be a sequence of Fields which will be
        stored inside my UserDict dict. (All further positional arguments are

        Keyword arguments are added to my properties.

        self._props = self._properties.copy()

        if len(args):
            if type(args[0]) in [ListType, TupleType]:
                for field in args[0]:

        #Layer init work
        marshall = self._props.get('marshall')
        if marshall:
            self.registerLayer('marshall', marshall)

00241     def __add__(self, other):
        c = Schema()
        # We can't use update and keep the order so we do it manually
        for field in self.fields():
        for field in other.fields():
        # Need to be smarter when joining layers
        # and internal props
        layers = {}
        for k, v in self.registeredLayers():
            layers[k] = v
        for k, v in other.registeredLayers():
            layers[k] = v
        for k, v in layers.items():
            c.registerLayer(k, v)
        return c

    security.declareProtected(CMFCorePermissions.ModifyPortalContent, 'edit')
    def edit(self, instance, name, value):
        if self.allow(name):
            instance[name] = value

00266     def setDefaults(self, instance):
        """Only call during object initialization. Sets fields to
        schema defaults
        ## XXX think about layout/vs dyn defaults
        for field in self.values():
            if field.getName().lower() != 'id':
                # always set defaults on writable fields
                mutator = field.getMutator(instance)
                if mutator is None:
                #if not hasattr(aq_base(instance), field.getName()) and \
                #   getattr(instance, field.getName(), None):
                default = field.default
                if field.default_method:
                    method = getattr(instance, field.default_method, None)
                    if method:
                        default = method()
                args = (default,)
                kw = {}
                if hasattr(field, 'default_content_type'):
                    # specify a mimetype if the mutator takes a mimetype argument
                    kw['mimetype'] = field.default_content_type
                mapply(mutator, *args, **kw)

00293     def updateAll(self, instance, **kwargs):
        """This method mutates fields in the given instance.

        For each keyword argument k, the key indicates the name of the
        field to mutate while the value is used to call the mutator.

        E.g. updateAll(instance, id='123', amount=500) will, depending on the
        actual mutators set, result in two calls: ``instance.setId('123')`` and

        keys = kwargs.keys()

        for field in self.values():
            if field.getName() not in keys:

            if 'w' not in field.mode:
                log("tried to update %s:%s which is not writeable" % \
                    (instance.portal_type, field.getName()))

            method = field.getMutator(instance)
            if not method:
                log("No method %s on %s" % (field.mutator, instance))


00324     def allow(self, key):
        """This returns 1 for any field that I contain, where key is the
        field's name."""

        return self.get(key) != None

00332     def validate(self, instance,
                 REQUEST=None, errors=None, data=None, metadata=None):
        """Validate the state of the entire object.

        The passed dictionary ``errors`` will be filled with human readable
        error messages as values and the corresponding fields' names as

        *FIXME*: What's data and metadata arguments?
        # *TODO*: This method is approx. 130 lines long and has up to 7 nesting
        #         levels!

        if REQUEST:
            fieldset = REQUEST.form.get('fieldset', None)
            fieldset = None
        fields = []

        if fieldset is not None:
            schemata = instance.Schemata()
            fields = [(field.getName(), field)
                      for field in schemata[fieldset].fields()]
            if data:
                fields.extend([(field.getName(), field)
                               for field in self.filterFields(isMetadata=0)])
            if metadata:
                fields.extend([(field.getName(), field)
                               for field in self.filterFields(isMetadata=1)])

        for name, field in fields:
            if name == 'id':
                m_tool = getToolByName(instance, 'portal_membership')
                member = m_tool.getAuthenticatedMember()
                if not member.getProperty('visible_ids', None) and \
                   not (REQUEST and REQUEST.form.get('id', None)):
            if errors and errors.has_key(name):
            error = 0
            value = None
            if REQUEST:
                form = REQUEST.form
                for postfix in ['_file', '']: ## Contract with FileWidget
                    value = form.get("%s%s" % (name, postfix), None)
                    if type(value) != type(''):
                        if isinstance(value, FileUpload):
                            if value.filename == '':
                            # Do other types need special handling here?

                    if value is not None and value != '':

            # If no REQUEST, validate existing value
                accessor = field.getAccessor(instance)
                if accessor is not None:
                    value = accessor()
                    # can't get value to validate -- bail

            # REQUIRED CHECK
            if field.required == 1:
                if not value or value == "":
                    ## The only time a field would not be resubmitted
                    ## with the form is if was a file object from a
                    ## previous edit. That will not come back.  We
                    ## have to check to see that the field is
                    ## populated in that case
                    accessor = field.getAccessor(instance)
                    if accessor is not None:
                        unit = accessor()
                        if (IBaseUnit.isImplementedBy(unit) or
                            (IImageField.isImplementedBy(field) and
                             isinstance(unit, field.image_class))):
                            if hasattr(aq_base(unit), 'get_size'):
                                if unit.filename != '' or unit.get_size():
                                    value = 1 # value doesn't matter
                                elif unit.get_size():
                                    value = unit

                if ((isinstance(value, FileUpload) and value.filename != '') or
                    (isinstance(value, FileType) and value.name != '')):
                    # OK, its a file, is it empty?
                    value.seek(-1, 2)
                    size = value.tell()
                    if size == 0:
                        value = None

                if not value:
                    label = field.widget.Label(instance)
                    errors[name] = translate(
                        'archetypes', 'error_required',
                        {'name': label}, instance,
                        default = "%s is required, please correct" % label
                    error = 1

            if error == 0  and field.enforceVocabulary == 1:
                if value: ## we need to check this as optional field will be
                          ## empty and thats ok
                    # coerce value into a list called values
                    values = value
                    if isinstance(value, type('')) or \
                           isinstance(value, type(u'')):
                        values = [value]
                    elif not (isinstance(value, type((1,))) or \
                              isinstance(value, type([]))):
                        raise TypeError("Field value type error")
                    vocab = field.Vocabulary(instance)
                    # filter empty
                    values = [instance.unicodeEncode(v)
                              for v in values if v.strip()]
                    # extract valid values from vocabulary
                    valids = []
                    for v in vocab:
                        if type(v) in [type(()), type([])]:
                            v = v[0]
                        if not type(v) in [type(''), type(u'')]:
                            v = str(v)
                    # check field values
                    for val in values:
                        error = 1
                        for v in valids:
                            if val == v:
                                error = 0

                    if error == 1:
                        label = self.widget.Label(instance)
                        errors[name] = translate(
                            'archetypes', 'error_vocabulary',
                            {'val': val, 'name': label}, instance,
                            default = "Value %s is not allowed for vocabulary"
                            " of element %s." % (val, label)

            # Call any field level validation
            if error == 0 and value:
                    res = field.validate(value, instance=instance,
                                         field=field, REQUEST=REQUEST)
                    if res:
                        errors[name] = res
                        error = 1
                except Exception, E:
                    errors[name] = E

            if error == 0:
                    instance.validate_field(name, value, errors)
                except Exception, E:
                    errors[name] = E

    # ILayerRuntime
    def initializeLayers(self, instance, item=None, container=None):
        # scan each field looking for registered layers optionally
        # call its initializeInstance method and then the
        # initializeField method
        initializedLayers = []
        called = lambda x: x in initializedLayers

        for field in self.fields():
            if ILayerContainer.isImplementedBy(field):
                layers = field.registeredLayers()
                for layer, object in layers:
                    if ILayer.isImplementedBy(object):
                        if not called((layer, object)):
                            object.initializeInstance(instance, item, container)
                            # Some layers may have the same name, but
                            # different classes, so, they may still
                            # need to be initialized
                            initializedLayers.append((layer, object))
                        object.initializeField(instance, field)

        # Now do the same for objects registered at this level
        if ILayerContainer.isImplementedBy(self):
            for layer, object in self.registeredLayers():
                if not called((layer, object)) \
                   and ILayer.isImplementedBy(object):
                    object.initializeInstance(instance, item, container)
                    initializedLayers.append((layer, object))

    def cleanupLayers(self, instance, item=None, container=None):
        # scan each field looking for registered layers optionally
        # call its cleanupInstance method and then the cleanupField
        # method
        queuedLayers = []
        queued = lambda x: x in queuedLayers

        for field in self.fields():
            if ILayerContainer.isImplementedBy(field):
                layers = field.registeredLayers()
                for layer, object in layers:
                    if not queued((layer, object)):
                        queuedLayers.append((layer, object))
                    if ILayer.isImplementedBy(object):
                        object.cleanupField(instance, field)

        for layer, object in queuedLayers:
            if ILayer.isImplementedBy(object):
                object.cleanupInstance(instance, item, container)

        # Now do the same for objects registered at this level

        if ILayerContainer.isImplementedBy(self):
            for layer, object in self.registeredLayers():
                if not queued((layer, object)) and ILayer.isImplementedBy(object):
                    object.cleanupInstance(instance, item, container)
                    queuedLayers.append((layer, object))

    # Utility method for converting a Schema to a string for the
    # purpose of comparing schema.  This comparison is used for
    # determining whether a schema has changed in the auto update
    # function.  Right now it's pretty crude.
    # XXX FIXME!
    def toString(self):
        s = '%s: {' % self.__class__.__name__
        for f in self.fields():
            s = s + '%s,' % (f.toString())
        s = s + '}'
        return s

    def signature(self):
        from md5 import md5
        return md5(self.toString()).digest()

# Reusable instance for MetadataFieldList
MDS = MetadataStorage()

00586 class MetadataSchema(Schema):
    """Schema that enforces MetadataStorage."""

    security = ClassSecurityInfo()

00593     def addField(self, field):
        """Strictly enforce the contract that metadata is stored w/o
        markup and make sure each field is marked as such for
        generation and introspcection purposes.
        _properties = {'isMetadata': 1,
                       'storage': MetadataStorage(),
                       'schemata': 'metadata',
                       'generateMode': 'mVc'}

        field.registerLayer('storage', field.storage)

        Schema.addField(self, field)


FieldList = Schema
MetadataFieldList = MetadataSchema

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