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"""gRPC's Python API."""

import abc
import contextlib
import enum
import logging
import sys
import six

from grpc._cython import cygrpc as _cygrpc
from grpc import _compression

logging.getLogger(__name__).addHandler(logging.NullHandler())

try:
    from grpc._grpcio_metadata import __version__
except ImportError:
    __version__ = "dev0"

############################## Future Interface  ###############################


[docs]class FutureTimeoutError(Exception): """Indicates that a method call on a Future timed out."""
[docs]class FutureCancelledError(Exception): """Indicates that the computation underlying a Future was cancelled."""
[docs]class Future(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """A representation of a computation in another control flow. Computations represented by a Future may be yet to be begun, may be ongoing, or may have already completed. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def cancel(self): """Attempts to cancel the computation. This method does not block. Returns: bool: Returns True if the computation was canceled. Returns False under all other circumstances, for example: 1. computation has begun and could not be canceled. 2. computation has finished 3. computation is scheduled for execution and it is impossible to determine its state without blocking. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def cancelled(self): """Describes whether the computation was cancelled. This method does not block. Returns: bool: Returns True if the computation was cancelled before its result became available. Returns False under all other circumstances, for example: 1. computation was not cancelled. 2. computation's result is available. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def running(self): """Describes whether the computation is taking place. This method does not block. Returns: Returns True if the computation is scheduled for execution or currently executing. Returns False if the computation already executed or was cancelled. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def done(self): """Describes whether the computation has taken place. This method does not block. Returns: bool: Returns True if the computation already executed or was cancelled. Returns False if the computation is scheduled for execution or currently executing. This is exactly opposite of the running() method's result. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def result(self, timeout=None): """Returns the result of the computation or raises its exception. This method may return immediately or may block. Args: timeout: The length of time in seconds to wait for the computation to finish or be cancelled. If None, the call will block until the computations's termination. Returns: The return value of the computation. Raises: FutureTimeoutError: If a timeout value is passed and the computation does not terminate within the allotted time. FutureCancelledError: If the computation was cancelled. Exception: If the computation raised an exception, this call will raise the same exception. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def exception(self, timeout=None): """Return the exception raised by the computation. This method may return immediately or may block. Args: timeout: The length of time in seconds to wait for the computation to terminate or be cancelled. If None, the call will block until the computations's termination. Returns: The exception raised by the computation, or None if the computation did not raise an exception. Raises: FutureTimeoutError: If a timeout value is passed and the computation does not terminate within the allotted time. FutureCancelledError: If the computation was cancelled. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def traceback(self, timeout=None): """Access the traceback of the exception raised by the computation. This method may return immediately or may block. Args: timeout: The length of time in seconds to wait for the computation to terminate or be cancelled. If None, the call will block until the computation's termination. Returns: The traceback of the exception raised by the computation, or None if the computation did not raise an exception. Raises: FutureTimeoutError: If a timeout value is passed and the computation does not terminate within the allotted time. FutureCancelledError: If the computation was cancelled. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_done_callback(self, fn): """Adds a function to be called at completion of the computation. The callback will be passed this Future object describing the outcome of the computation. Callbacks will be invoked after the future is terimated, whether successfully or not. If the computation has already completed, the callback will be called immediately. Exceptions raised in the callback will be logged at ERROR level, but will not terminate any threads of execution. Args: fn: A callable taking this Future object as its single parameter. """ raise NotImplementedError()
################################ gRPC Enums ##################################
[docs]@enum.unique class ChannelConnectivity(enum.Enum): """Mirrors grpc_connectivity_state in the gRPC Core. Attributes: IDLE: The channel is idle. CONNECTING: The channel is connecting. READY: The channel is ready to conduct RPCs. TRANSIENT_FAILURE: The channel has seen a failure from which it expects to recover. SHUTDOWN: The channel has seen a failure from which it cannot recover. """ IDLE = (_cygrpc.ConnectivityState.idle, 'idle') CONNECTING = (_cygrpc.ConnectivityState.connecting, 'connecting') READY = (_cygrpc.ConnectivityState.ready, 'ready') TRANSIENT_FAILURE = (_cygrpc.ConnectivityState.transient_failure, 'transient failure') SHUTDOWN = (_cygrpc.ConnectivityState.shutdown, 'shutdown')
[docs]@enum.unique class StatusCode(enum.Enum): """Mirrors grpc_status_code in the gRPC Core. Attributes: OK: Not an error; returned on success CANCELLED: The operation was cancelled (typically by the caller). UNKNOWN: Unknown error. INVALID_ARGUMENT: Client specified an invalid argument. DEADLINE_EXCEEDED: Deadline expired before operation could complete. NOT_FOUND: Some requested entity (e.g., file or directory) was not found. ALREADY_EXISTS: Some entity that we attempted to create (e.g., file or directory) already exists. PERMISSION_DENIED: The caller does not have permission to execute the specified operation. UNAUTHENTICATED: The request does not have valid authentication credentials for the operation. RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED: Some resource has been exhausted, perhaps a per-user quota, or perhaps the entire file system is out of space. FAILED_PRECONDITION: Operation was rejected because the system is not in a state required for the operation's execution. ABORTED: The operation was aborted, typically due to a concurrency issue like sequencer check failures, transaction aborts, etc. UNIMPLEMENTED: Operation is not implemented or not supported/enabled in this service. INTERNAL: Internal errors. Means some invariants expected by underlying system has been broken. UNAVAILABLE: The service is currently unavailable. DATA_LOSS: Unrecoverable data loss or corruption. """ OK = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.ok, 'ok') CANCELLED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.cancelled, 'cancelled') UNKNOWN = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.unknown, 'unknown') INVALID_ARGUMENT = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.invalid_argument, 'invalid argument') DEADLINE_EXCEEDED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.deadline_exceeded, 'deadline exceeded') NOT_FOUND = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.not_found, 'not found') ALREADY_EXISTS = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.already_exists, 'already exists') PERMISSION_DENIED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.permission_denied, 'permission denied') RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.resource_exhausted, 'resource exhausted') FAILED_PRECONDITION = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.failed_precondition, 'failed precondition') ABORTED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.aborted, 'aborted') OUT_OF_RANGE = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.out_of_range, 'out of range') UNIMPLEMENTED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.unimplemented, 'unimplemented') INTERNAL = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.internal, 'internal') UNAVAILABLE = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.unavailable, 'unavailable') DATA_LOSS = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.data_loss, 'data loss') UNAUTHENTICATED = (_cygrpc.StatusCode.unauthenticated, 'unauthenticated')
############################# gRPC Status ################################ class Status(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Describes the status of an RPC. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Attributes: code: A StatusCode object to be sent to the client. details: A UTF-8-encodable string to be sent to the client upon termination of the RPC. trailing_metadata: The trailing :term:`metadata` in the RPC. """ ############################# gRPC Exceptions ################################
[docs]class RpcError(Exception): """Raised by the gRPC library to indicate non-OK-status RPC termination."""
############################## Shared Context ################################
[docs]class RpcContext(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Provides RPC-related information and action."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def is_active(self): """Describes whether the RPC is active or has terminated. Returns: bool: True if RPC is active, False otherwise. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def time_remaining(self): """Describes the length of allowed time remaining for the RPC. Returns: A nonnegative float indicating the length of allowed time in seconds remaining for the RPC to complete before it is considered to have timed out, or None if no deadline was specified for the RPC. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def cancel(self): """Cancels the RPC. Idempotent and has no effect if the RPC has already terminated. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_callback(self, callback): """Registers a callback to be called on RPC termination. Args: callback: A no-parameter callable to be called on RPC termination. Returns: True if the callback was added and will be called later; False if the callback was not added and will not be called (because the RPC already terminated or some other reason). """ raise NotImplementedError()
######################### Invocation-Side Context ############################
[docs]class Call(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta, RpcContext)): """Invocation-side utility object for an RPC."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def initial_metadata(self): """Accesses the initial metadata sent by the server. This method blocks until the value is available. Returns: The initial :term:`metadata`. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def trailing_metadata(self): """Accesses the trailing metadata sent by the server. This method blocks until the value is available. Returns: The trailing :term:`metadata`. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def code(self): """Accesses the status code sent by the server. This method blocks until the value is available. Returns: The StatusCode value for the RPC. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def details(self): """Accesses the details sent by the server. This method blocks until the value is available. Returns: The details string of the RPC. """ raise NotImplementedError()
############## Invocation-Side Interceptor Interfaces & Classes ##############
[docs]class ClientCallDetails(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Describes an RPC to be invoked. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Attributes: method: The method name of the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag t enable wait for ready mechanism. compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. """
[docs]class UnaryUnaryClientInterceptor(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords intercepting unary-unary invocations. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def intercept_unary_unary(self, continuation, client_call_details, request): """Intercepts a unary-unary invocation asynchronously. Args: continuation: A function that proceeds with the invocation by executing the next interceptor in chain or invoking the actual RPC on the underlying Channel. It is the interceptor's responsibility to call it if it decides to move the RPC forward. The interceptor can use `response_future = continuation(client_call_details, request)` to continue with the RPC. `continuation` returns an object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. client_call_details: A ClientCallDetails object describing the outgoing RPC. request: The request value for the RPC. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class UnaryStreamClientInterceptor(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords intercepting unary-stream invocations. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def intercept_unary_stream(self, continuation, client_call_details, request): """Intercepts a unary-stream invocation. Args: continuation: A function that proceeds with the invocation by executing the next interceptor in chain or invoking the actual RPC on the underlying Channel. It is the interceptor's responsibility to call it if it decides to move the RPC forward. The interceptor can use `response_iterator = continuation(client_call_details, request)` to continue with the RPC. `continuation` returns an object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator for response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. client_call_details: A ClientCallDetails object describing the outgoing RPC. request: The request value for the RPC. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator of response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class StreamUnaryClientInterceptor(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords intercepting stream-unary invocations. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def intercept_stream_unary(self, continuation, client_call_details, request_iterator): """Intercepts a stream-unary invocation asynchronously. Args: continuation: A function that proceeds with the invocation by executing the next interceptor in chain or invoking the actual RPC on the underlying Channel. It is the interceptor's responsibility to call it if it decides to move the RPC forward. The interceptor can use `response_future = continuation(client_call_details, request_iterator)` to continue with the RPC. `continuation` returns an object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. client_call_details: A ClientCallDetails object describing the outgoing RPC. request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class StreamStreamClientInterceptor(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords intercepting stream-stream invocations. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def intercept_stream_stream(self, continuation, client_call_details, request_iterator): """Intercepts a stream-stream invocation. Args: continuation: A function that proceeds with the invocation by executing the next interceptor in chain or invoking the actual RPC on the underlying Channel. It is the interceptor's responsibility to call it if it decides to move the RPC forward. The interceptor can use `response_iterator = continuation(client_call_details, request_iterator)` to continue with the RPC. `continuation` returns an object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator for response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. client_call_details: A ClientCallDetails object describing the outgoing RPC. request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator of response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. """ raise NotImplementedError()
############ Authentication & Authorization Interfaces & Classes #############
[docs]class ChannelCredentials(object): """An encapsulation of the data required to create a secure Channel. This class has no supported interface - it exists to define the type of its instances and its instances exist to be passed to other functions. For example, ssl_channel_credentials returns an instance of this class and secure_channel requires an instance of this class. """ def __init__(self, credentials): self._credentials = credentials
[docs]class CallCredentials(object): """An encapsulation of the data required to assert an identity over a call. A CallCredentials has to be used with secure Channel, otherwise the metadata will not be transmitted to the server. A CallCredentials may be composed with ChannelCredentials to always assert identity for every call over that Channel. This class has no supported interface - it exists to define the type of its instances and its instances exist to be passed to other functions. """ def __init__(self, credentials): self._credentials = credentials
[docs]class AuthMetadataContext(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Provides information to call credentials metadata plugins. Attributes: service_url: A string URL of the service being called into. method_name: A string of the fully qualified method name being called. """
[docs]class AuthMetadataPluginCallback(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Callback object received by a metadata plugin."""
[docs] def __call__(self, metadata, error): """Passes to the gRPC runtime authentication metadata for an RPC. Args: metadata: The :term:`metadata` used to construct the CallCredentials. error: An Exception to indicate error or None to indicate success. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class AuthMetadataPlugin(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """A specification for custom authentication."""
[docs] def __call__(self, context, callback): """Implements authentication by passing metadata to a callback. Implementations of this method must not block. Args: context: An AuthMetadataContext providing information on the RPC that the plugin is being called to authenticate. callback: An AuthMetadataPluginCallback to be invoked either synchronously or asynchronously. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class ServerCredentials(object): """An encapsulation of the data required to open a secure port on a Server. This class has no supported interface - it exists to define the type of its instances and its instances exist to be passed to other functions. """ def __init__(self, credentials): self._credentials = credentials
[docs]class ServerCertificateConfiguration(object): """A certificate configuration for use with an SSL-enabled Server. Instances of this class can be returned in the certificate configuration fetching callback. This class has no supported interface -- it exists to define the type of its instances and its instances exist to be passed to other functions. """ def __init__(self, certificate_configuration): self._certificate_configuration = certificate_configuration
######################## Multi-Callable Interfaces ###########################
[docs]class UnaryUnaryMultiCallable(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords invoking a unary-unary RPC from client-side."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def __call__(self, request, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Synchronously invokes the underlying RPC. Args: request: The request value for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: The response value for the RPC. Raises: RpcError: Indicating that the RPC terminated with non-OK status. The raised RpcError will also be a Call for the RPC affording the RPC's metadata, status code, and details. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def with_call(self, request, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Synchronously invokes the underlying RPC. Args: request: The request value for the RPC. timeout: An optional durating of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: The response value for the RPC and a Call value for the RPC. Raises: RpcError: Indicating that the RPC terminated with non-OK status. The raised RpcError will also be a Call for the RPC affording the RPC's metadata, status code, and details. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def future(self, request, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Asynchronously invokes the underlying RPC. Args: request: The request value for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class UnaryStreamMultiCallable(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords invoking a unary-stream RPC from client-side."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def __call__(self, request, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Invokes the underlying RPC. Args: request: The request value for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. If None, the timeout is considered infinite. metadata: An optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator of response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class StreamUnaryMultiCallable(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords invoking a stream-unary RPC from client-side."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def __call__(self, request_iterator, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Synchronously invokes the underlying RPC. Args: request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. If None, the timeout is considered infinite. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: The response value for the RPC. Raises: RpcError: Indicating that the RPC terminated with non-OK status. The raised RpcError will also implement grpc.Call, affording methods such as metadata, code, and details. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def with_call(self, request_iterator, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Synchronously invokes the underlying RPC on the client. Args: request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. If None, the timeout is considered infinite. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: The response value for the RPC and a Call object for the RPC. Raises: RpcError: Indicating that the RPC terminated with non-OK status. The raised RpcError will also be a Call for the RPC affording the RPC's metadata, status code, and details. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def future(self, request_iterator, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Asynchronously invokes the underlying RPC on the client. Args: request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. If None, the timeout is considered infinite. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and a Future. In the event of RPC completion, the return Call-Future's result value will be the response message of the RPC. Should the event terminate with non-OK status, the returned Call-Future's exception value will be an RpcError. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class StreamStreamMultiCallable(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords invoking a stream-stream RPC on client-side."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def __call__(self, request_iterator, timeout=None, metadata=None, credentials=None, wait_for_ready=None, compression=None): """Invokes the underlying RPC on the client. Args: request_iterator: An iterator that yields request values for the RPC. timeout: An optional duration of time in seconds to allow for the RPC. If not specified, the timeout is considered infinite. metadata: Optional :term:`metadata` to be transmitted to the service-side of the RPC. credentials: An optional CallCredentials for the RPC. Only valid for secure Channel. wait_for_ready: This is an EXPERIMENTAL argument. An optional flag to enable wait for ready mechanism compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: An object that is both a Call for the RPC and an iterator of response values. Drawing response values from the returned Call-iterator may raise RpcError indicating termination of the RPC with non-OK status. """ raise NotImplementedError()
############################# Channel Interface ##############################
[docs]class Channel(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords RPC invocation via generic methods on client-side. Channel objects implement the Context Manager type, although they need not support being entered and exited multiple times. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def subscribe(self, callback, try_to_connect=False): """Subscribe to this Channel's connectivity state machine. A Channel may be in any of the states described by ChannelConnectivity. This method allows application to monitor the state transitions. The typical use case is to debug or gain better visibility into gRPC runtime's state. Args: callback: A callable to be invoked with ChannelConnectivity argument. ChannelConnectivity describes current state of the channel. The callable will be invoked immediately upon subscription and again for every change to ChannelConnectivity until it is unsubscribed or this Channel object goes out of scope. try_to_connect: A boolean indicating whether or not this Channel should attempt to connect immediately. If set to False, gRPC runtime decides when to connect. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def unsubscribe(self, callback): """Unsubscribes a subscribed callback from this Channel's connectivity. Args: callback: A callable previously registered with this Channel from having been passed to its "subscribe" method. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def unary_unary(self, method, request_serializer=None, response_deserializer=None): """Creates a UnaryUnaryMultiCallable for a unary-unary method. Args: method: The name of the RPC method. request_serializer: Optional behaviour for serializing the request message. Request goes unserialized in case None is passed. response_deserializer: Optional behaviour for deserializing the response message. Response goes undeserialized in case None is passed. Returns: A UnaryUnaryMultiCallable value for the named unary-unary method. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def unary_stream(self, method, request_serializer=None, response_deserializer=None): """Creates a UnaryStreamMultiCallable for a unary-stream method. Args: method: The name of the RPC method. request_serializer: Optional behaviour for serializing the request message. Request goes unserialized in case None is passed. response_deserializer: Optional behaviour for deserializing the response message. Response goes undeserialized in case None is passed. Returns: A UnaryStreamMultiCallable value for the name unary-stream method. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def stream_unary(self, method, request_serializer=None, response_deserializer=None): """Creates a StreamUnaryMultiCallable for a stream-unary method. Args: method: The name of the RPC method. request_serializer: Optional behaviour for serializing the request message. Request goes unserialized in case None is passed. response_deserializer: Optional behaviour for deserializing the response message. Response goes undeserialized in case None is passed. Returns: A StreamUnaryMultiCallable value for the named stream-unary method. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def stream_stream(self, method, request_serializer=None, response_deserializer=None): """Creates a StreamStreamMultiCallable for a stream-stream method. Args: method: The name of the RPC method. request_serializer: Optional behaviour for serializing the request message. Request goes unserialized in case None is passed. response_deserializer: Optional behaviour for deserializing the response message. Response goes undeserialized in case None is passed. Returns: A StreamStreamMultiCallable value for the named stream-stream method. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def close(self): """Closes this Channel and releases all resources held by it. Closing the Channel will immediately terminate all RPCs active with the Channel and it is not valid to invoke new RPCs with the Channel. This method is idempotent. """ raise NotImplementedError()
########################## Service-Side Context ##############################
[docs]class ServicerContext(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta, RpcContext)): """A context object passed to method implementations."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def invocation_metadata(self): """Accesses the metadata from the sent by the client. Returns: The invocation :term:`metadata`. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def peer(self): """Identifies the peer that invoked the RPC being serviced. Returns: A string identifying the peer that invoked the RPC being serviced. The string format is determined by gRPC runtime. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def peer_identities(self): """Gets one or more peer identity(s). Equivalent to servicer_context.auth_context().get(servicer_context.peer_identity_key()) Returns: An iterable of the identities, or None if the call is not authenticated. Each identity is returned as a raw bytes type. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def peer_identity_key(self): """The auth property used to identify the peer. For example, "x509_common_name" or "x509_subject_alternative_name" are used to identify an SSL peer. Returns: The auth property (string) that indicates the peer identity, or None if the call is not authenticated. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def auth_context(self): """Gets the auth context for the call. Returns: A map of strings to an iterable of bytes for each auth property. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def set_compression(self, compression): """Set the compression algorithm to be used for the entire call. This is an EXPERIMENTAL method. Args: compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def send_initial_metadata(self, initial_metadata): """Sends the initial metadata value to the client. This method need not be called by implementations if they have no metadata to add to what the gRPC runtime will transmit. Args: initial_metadata: The initial :term:`metadata`. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def set_trailing_metadata(self, trailing_metadata): """Sends the trailing metadata for the RPC. This method need not be called by implementations if they have no metadata to add to what the gRPC runtime will transmit. Args: trailing_metadata: The trailing :term:`metadata`. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def abort(self, code, details): """Raises an exception to terminate the RPC with a non-OK status. The code and details passed as arguments will supercede any existing ones. Args: code: A StatusCode object to be sent to the client. It must not be StatusCode.OK. details: A UTF-8-encodable string to be sent to the client upon termination of the RPC. Raises: Exception: An exception is always raised to signal the abortion the RPC to the gRPC runtime. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def abort_with_status(self, status): """Raises an exception to terminate the RPC with a non-OK status. The status passed as argument will supercede any existing status code, status message and trailing metadata. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Args: status: A grpc.Status object. The status code in it must not be StatusCode.OK. Raises: Exception: An exception is always raised to signal the abortion the RPC to the gRPC runtime. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def set_code(self, code): """Sets the value to be used as status code upon RPC completion. This method need not be called by method implementations if they wish the gRPC runtime to determine the status code of the RPC. Args: code: A StatusCode object to be sent to the client. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def set_details(self, details): """Sets the value to be used as detail string upon RPC completion. This method need not be called by method implementations if they have no details to transmit. Args: details: A UTF-8-encodable string to be sent to the client upon termination of the RPC. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def disable_next_message_compression(self): """Disables compression for the next response message. This is an EXPERIMENTAL method. This method will override any compression configuration set during server creation or set on the call. """ raise NotImplementedError()
##################### Service-Side Handler Interfaces ########################
[docs]class RpcMethodHandler(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """An implementation of a single RPC method. Attributes: request_streaming: Whether the RPC supports exactly one request message or any arbitrary number of request messages. response_streaming: Whether the RPC supports exactly one response message or any arbitrary number of response messages. request_deserializer: A callable behavior that accepts a byte string and returns an object suitable to be passed to this object's business logic, or None to indicate that this object's business logic should be passed the raw request bytes. response_serializer: A callable behavior that accepts an object produced by this object's business logic and returns a byte string, or None to indicate that the byte strings produced by this object's business logic should be transmitted on the wire as they are. unary_unary: This object's application-specific business logic as a callable value that takes a request value and a ServicerContext object and returns a response value. Only non-None if both request_streaming and response_streaming are False. unary_stream: This object's application-specific business logic as a callable value that takes a request value and a ServicerContext object and returns an iterator of response values. Only non-None if request_streaming is False and response_streaming is True. stream_unary: This object's application-specific business logic as a callable value that takes an iterator of request values and a ServicerContext object and returns a response value. Only non-None if request_streaming is True and response_streaming is False. stream_stream: This object's application-specific business logic as a callable value that takes an iterator of request values and a ServicerContext object and returns an iterator of response values. Only non-None if request_streaming and response_streaming are both True. """
[docs]class HandlerCallDetails(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Describes an RPC that has just arrived for service. Attributes: method: The method name of the RPC. invocation_metadata: The :term:`metadata` sent by the client. """
[docs]class GenericRpcHandler(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """An implementation of arbitrarily many RPC methods."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def service(self, handler_call_details): """Returns the handler for servicing the RPC. Args: handler_call_details: A HandlerCallDetails describing the RPC. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler with which the RPC may be serviced if the implementation chooses to service this RPC, or None otherwise. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs]class ServiceRpcHandler(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta, GenericRpcHandler)): """An implementation of RPC methods belonging to a service. A service handles RPC methods with structured names of the form '/Service.Name/Service.Method', where 'Service.Name' is the value returned by service_name(), and 'Service.Method' is the method name. A service can have multiple method names, but only a single service name. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def service_name(self): """Returns this service's name. Returns: The service name. """ raise NotImplementedError()
#################### Service-Side Interceptor Interfaces #####################
[docs]class ServerInterceptor(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Affords intercepting incoming RPCs on the service-side. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. """
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def intercept_service(self, continuation, handler_call_details): """Intercepts incoming RPCs before handing them over to a handler. Args: continuation: A function that takes a HandlerCallDetails and proceeds to invoke the next interceptor in the chain, if any, or the RPC handler lookup logic, with the call details passed as an argument, and returns an RpcMethodHandler instance if the RPC is considered serviced, or None otherwise. handler_call_details: A HandlerCallDetails describing the RPC. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler with which the RPC may be serviced if the interceptor chooses to service this RPC, or None otherwise. """ raise NotImplementedError()
############################# Server Interface ###############################
[docs]class Server(six.with_metaclass(abc.ABCMeta)): """Services RPCs."""
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_generic_rpc_handlers(self, generic_rpc_handlers): """Registers GenericRpcHandlers with this Server. This method is only safe to call before the server is started. Args: generic_rpc_handlers: An iterable of GenericRpcHandlers that will be used to service RPCs. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_insecure_port(self, address): """Opens an insecure port for accepting RPCs. This method may only be called before starting the server. Args: address: The address for which to open a port. If the port is 0, or not specified in the address, then gRPC runtime will choose a port. Returns: An integer port on which server will accept RPC requests. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def add_secure_port(self, address, server_credentials): """Opens a secure port for accepting RPCs. This method may only be called before starting the server. Args: address: The address for which to open a port. if the port is 0, or not specified in the address, then gRPC runtime will choose a port. server_credentials: A ServerCredentials object. Returns: An integer port on which server will accept RPC requests. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def start(self): """Starts this Server. This method may only be called once. (i.e. it is not idempotent). """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] @abc.abstractmethod def stop(self, grace): """Stops this Server. This method immediately stop service of new RPCs in all cases. If a grace period is specified, this method returns immediately and all RPCs active at the end of the grace period are aborted. If a grace period is not specified (by passing None for `grace`), all existing RPCs are aborted immediately and this method blocks until the last RPC handler terminates. This method is idempotent and may be called at any time. Passing a smaller grace value in a subsequent call will have the effect of stopping the Server sooner (passing None will have the effect of stopping the server immediately). Passing a larger grace value in a subsequent call *will not* have the effect of stopping the server later (i.e. the most restrictive grace value is used). Args: grace: A duration of time in seconds or None. Returns: A threading.Event that will be set when this Server has completely stopped, i.e. when running RPCs either complete or are aborted and all handlers have terminated. """ raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def wait_for_termination(self, timeout=None): """Block current thread until the server stops. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. The wait will not consume computational resources during blocking, and it will block until one of the two following conditions are met: 1) The server is stopped or terminated; 2) A timeout occurs if timeout is not `None`. The timeout argument works in the same way as `threading.Event.wait()`. https://docs.python.org/3/library/threading.html#threading.Event.wait Args: timeout: A floating point number specifying a timeout for the operation in seconds. Returns: A bool indicates if the operation times out. """ raise NotImplementedError()
################################# Functions ################################
[docs]def unary_unary_rpc_method_handler(behavior, request_deserializer=None, response_serializer=None): """Creates an RpcMethodHandler for a unary-unary RPC method. Args: behavior: The implementation of an RPC that accepts one request and returns one response. request_deserializer: An optional behavior for request deserialization. response_serializer: An optional behavior for response serialization. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler object that is typically used by grpc.Server. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.RpcMethodHandler(False, False, request_deserializer, response_serializer, behavior, None, None, None)
[docs]def unary_stream_rpc_method_handler(behavior, request_deserializer=None, response_serializer=None): """Creates an RpcMethodHandler for a unary-stream RPC method. Args: behavior: The implementation of an RPC that accepts one request and returns an iterator of response values. request_deserializer: An optional behavior for request deserialization. response_serializer: An optional behavior for response serialization. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler object that is typically used by grpc.Server. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.RpcMethodHandler(False, True, request_deserializer, response_serializer, None, behavior, None, None)
[docs]def stream_unary_rpc_method_handler(behavior, request_deserializer=None, response_serializer=None): """Creates an RpcMethodHandler for a stream-unary RPC method. Args: behavior: The implementation of an RPC that accepts an iterator of request values and returns a single response value. request_deserializer: An optional behavior for request deserialization. response_serializer: An optional behavior for response serialization. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler object that is typically used by grpc.Server. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.RpcMethodHandler(True, False, request_deserializer, response_serializer, None, None, behavior, None)
[docs]def stream_stream_rpc_method_handler(behavior, request_deserializer=None, response_serializer=None): """Creates an RpcMethodHandler for a stream-stream RPC method. Args: behavior: The implementation of an RPC that accepts an iterator of request values and returns an iterator of response values. request_deserializer: An optional behavior for request deserialization. response_serializer: An optional behavior for response serialization. Returns: An RpcMethodHandler object that is typically used by grpc.Server. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.RpcMethodHandler(True, True, request_deserializer, response_serializer, None, None, None, behavior)
[docs]def method_handlers_generic_handler(service, method_handlers): """Creates a GenericRpcHandler from RpcMethodHandlers. Args: service: The name of the service that is implemented by the method_handlers. method_handlers: A dictionary that maps method names to corresponding RpcMethodHandler. Returns: A GenericRpcHandler. This is typically added to the grpc.Server object with add_generic_rpc_handlers() before starting the server. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.DictionaryGenericHandler(service, method_handlers)
[docs]def ssl_channel_credentials(root_certificates=None, private_key=None, certificate_chain=None): """Creates a ChannelCredentials for use with an SSL-enabled Channel. Args: root_certificates: The PEM-encoded root certificates as a byte string, or None to retrieve them from a default location chosen by gRPC runtime. private_key: The PEM-encoded private key as a byte string, or None if no private key should be used. certificate_chain: The PEM-encoded certificate chain as a byte string to use or or None if no certificate chain should be used. Returns: A ChannelCredentials for use with an SSL-enabled Channel. """ return ChannelCredentials( _cygrpc.SSLChannelCredentials(root_certificates, private_key, certificate_chain))
[docs]def metadata_call_credentials(metadata_plugin, name=None): """Construct CallCredentials from an AuthMetadataPlugin. Args: metadata_plugin: An AuthMetadataPlugin to use for authentication. name: An optional name for the plugin. Returns: A CallCredentials. """ from grpc import _plugin_wrapping # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _plugin_wrapping.metadata_plugin_call_credentials( metadata_plugin, name)
[docs]def access_token_call_credentials(access_token): """Construct CallCredentials from an access token. Args: access_token: A string to place directly in the http request authorization header, for example "authorization: Bearer <access_token>". Returns: A CallCredentials. """ from grpc import _auth # pylint: disable=cyclic-import from grpc import _plugin_wrapping # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _plugin_wrapping.metadata_plugin_call_credentials( _auth.AccessTokenAuthMetadataPlugin(access_token), None)
[docs]def composite_call_credentials(*call_credentials): """Compose multiple CallCredentials to make a new CallCredentials. Args: *call_credentials: At least two CallCredentials objects. Returns: A CallCredentials object composed of the given CallCredentials objects. """ return CallCredentials( _cygrpc.CompositeCallCredentials( tuple(single_call_credentials._credentials for single_call_credentials in call_credentials)))
[docs]def composite_channel_credentials(channel_credentials, *call_credentials): """Compose a ChannelCredentials and one or more CallCredentials objects. Args: channel_credentials: A ChannelCredentials object. *call_credentials: One or more CallCredentials objects. Returns: A ChannelCredentials composed of the given ChannelCredentials and CallCredentials objects. """ return ChannelCredentials( _cygrpc.CompositeChannelCredentials( tuple(single_call_credentials._credentials for single_call_credentials in call_credentials), channel_credentials._credentials))
[docs]def ssl_server_credentials(private_key_certificate_chain_pairs, root_certificates=None, require_client_auth=False): """Creates a ServerCredentials for use with an SSL-enabled Server. Args: private_key_certificate_chain_pairs: A list of pairs of the form [PEM-encoded private key, PEM-encoded certificate chain]. root_certificates: An optional byte string of PEM-encoded client root certificates that the server will use to verify client authentication. If omitted, require_client_auth must also be False. require_client_auth: A boolean indicating whether or not to require clients to be authenticated. May only be True if root_certificates is not None. Returns: A ServerCredentials for use with an SSL-enabled Server. Typically, this object is an argument to add_secure_port() method during server setup. """ if not private_key_certificate_chain_pairs: raise ValueError( 'At least one private key-certificate chain pair is required!') elif require_client_auth and root_certificates is None: raise ValueError( 'Illegal to require client auth without providing root certificates!' ) else: return ServerCredentials( _cygrpc.server_credentials_ssl(root_certificates, [ _cygrpc.SslPemKeyCertPair(key, pem) for key, pem in private_key_certificate_chain_pairs ], require_client_auth))
[docs]def ssl_server_certificate_configuration(private_key_certificate_chain_pairs, root_certificates=None): """Creates a ServerCertificateConfiguration for use with a Server. Args: private_key_certificate_chain_pairs: A collection of pairs of the form [PEM-encoded private key, PEM-encoded certificate chain]. root_certificates: An optional byte string of PEM-encoded client root certificates that the server will use to verify client authentication. Returns: A ServerCertificateConfiguration that can be returned in the certificate configuration fetching callback. """ if private_key_certificate_chain_pairs: return ServerCertificateConfiguration( _cygrpc.server_certificate_config_ssl(root_certificates, [ _cygrpc.SslPemKeyCertPair(key, pem) for key, pem in private_key_certificate_chain_pairs ])) else: raise ValueError( 'At least one private key-certificate chain pair is required!')
[docs]def dynamic_ssl_server_credentials(initial_certificate_configuration, certificate_configuration_fetcher, require_client_authentication=False): """Creates a ServerCredentials for use with an SSL-enabled Server. Args: initial_certificate_configuration (ServerCertificateConfiguration): The certificate configuration with which the server will be initialized. certificate_configuration_fetcher (callable): A callable that takes no arguments and should return a ServerCertificateConfiguration to replace the server's current certificate, or None for no change (i.e., the server will continue its current certificate config). The library will call this callback on *every* new client connection before starting the TLS handshake with the client, thus allowing the user application to optionally return a new ServerCertificateConfiguration that the server will then use for the handshake. require_client_authentication: A boolean indicating whether or not to require clients to be authenticated. Returns: A ServerCredentials. """ return ServerCredentials( _cygrpc.server_credentials_ssl_dynamic_cert_config( initial_certificate_configuration, certificate_configuration_fetcher, require_client_authentication))
@enum.unique class LocalConnectionType(enum.Enum): """Types of local connection for local credential creation. Attributes: UDS: Unix domain socket connections LOCAL_TCP: Local TCP connections. """ UDS = _cygrpc.LocalConnectionType.uds LOCAL_TCP = _cygrpc.LocalConnectionType.local_tcp def local_channel_credentials(local_connect_type=LocalConnectionType.LOCAL_TCP): """Creates a local ChannelCredentials used for local connections. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Local credentials are used by local TCP endpoints (e.g. localhost:10000) also UDS connections. It allows them to create secure channel, hence transmitting call credentials become possible. It is useful for 1) eliminating insecure_channel usage; 2) enable unit testing for call credentials without setting up secrets. Args: local_connect_type: Local connection type (either grpc.LocalConnectionType.UDS or grpc.LocalConnectionType.LOCAL_TCP) Returns: A ChannelCredentials for use with a local Channel """ return ChannelCredentials( _cygrpc.channel_credentials_local(local_connect_type.value)) def local_server_credentials(local_connect_type=LocalConnectionType.LOCAL_TCP): """Creates a local ServerCredentials used for local connections. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Local credentials are used by local TCP endpoints (e.g. localhost:10000) also UDS connections. It allows them to create secure channel, hence transmitting call credentials become possible. It is useful for 1) eliminating insecure_channel usage; 2) enable unit testing for call credentials without setting up secrets. Args: local_connect_type: Local connection type (either grpc.LocalConnectionType.UDS or grpc.LocalConnectionType.LOCAL_TCP) Returns: A ServerCredentials for use with a local Server """ return ServerCredentials( _cygrpc.server_credentials_local(local_connect_type.value))
[docs]def channel_ready_future(channel): """Creates a Future that tracks when a Channel is ready. Cancelling the Future does not affect the channel's state machine. It merely decouples the Future from channel state machine. Args: channel: A Channel object. Returns: A Future object that matures when the channel connectivity is ChannelConnectivity.READY. """ from grpc import _utilities # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _utilities.channel_ready_future(channel)
[docs]def insecure_channel(target, options=None, compression=None): """Creates an insecure Channel to a server. The returned Channel is thread-safe. Args: target: The server address options: An optional list of key-value pairs (channel args in gRPC Core runtime) to configure the channel. compression: An optional value indicating the compression method to be used over the lifetime of the channel. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: A Channel. """ from grpc import _channel # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _channel.Channel(target, () if options is None else options, None, compression)
[docs]def secure_channel(target, credentials, options=None, compression=None): """Creates a secure Channel to a server. The returned Channel is thread-safe. Args: target: The server address. credentials: A ChannelCredentials instance. options: An optional list of key-value pairs (channel args in gRPC Core runtime) to configure the channel. compression: An optional value indicating the compression method to be used over the lifetime of the channel. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: A Channel. """ from grpc import _channel # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _channel.Channel(target, () if options is None else options, credentials._credentials, compression)
[docs]def intercept_channel(channel, *interceptors): """Intercepts a channel through a set of interceptors. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. Args: channel: A Channel. interceptors: Zero or more objects of type UnaryUnaryClientInterceptor, UnaryStreamClientInterceptor, StreamUnaryClientInterceptor, or StreamStreamClientInterceptor. Interceptors are given control in the order they are listed. Returns: A Channel that intercepts each invocation via the provided interceptors. Raises: TypeError: If interceptor does not derive from any of UnaryUnaryClientInterceptor, UnaryStreamClientInterceptor, StreamUnaryClientInterceptor, or StreamStreamClientInterceptor. """ from grpc import _interceptor # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _interceptor.intercept_channel(channel, *interceptors)
[docs]def server(thread_pool, handlers=None, interceptors=None, options=None, maximum_concurrent_rpcs=None, compression=None): """Creates a Server with which RPCs can be serviced. Args: thread_pool: A futures.ThreadPoolExecutor to be used by the Server to execute RPC handlers. handlers: An optional list of GenericRpcHandlers used for executing RPCs. More handlers may be added by calling add_generic_rpc_handlers any time before the server is started. interceptors: An optional list of ServerInterceptor objects that observe and optionally manipulate the incoming RPCs before handing them over to handlers. The interceptors are given control in the order they are specified. This is an EXPERIMENTAL API. options: An optional list of key-value pairs (channel args in gRPC runtime) to configure the channel. maximum_concurrent_rpcs: The maximum number of concurrent RPCs this server will service before returning RESOURCE_EXHAUSTED status, or None to indicate no limit. compression: An element of grpc.compression, e.g. grpc.compression.Gzip. This compression algorithm will be used for the lifetime of the server unless overridden. This is an EXPERIMENTAL option. Returns: A Server object. """ from grpc import _server # pylint: disable=cyclic-import return _server.create_server(thread_pool, () if handlers is None else handlers, () if interceptors is None else interceptors, () if options is None else options, maximum_concurrent_rpcs, compression)
@contextlib.contextmanager def _create_servicer_context(rpc_event, state, request_deserializer): from grpc import _server # pylint: disable=cyclic-import context = _server._Context(rpc_event, state, request_deserializer) yield context context._finalize_state() # pylint: disable=protected-access
[docs]@enum.unique class Compression(enum.IntEnum): """Indicates the compression method to be used for an RPC. This enumeration is part of an EXPERIMENTAL API. Attributes: NoCompression: Do not use compression algorithm. Deflate: Use "Deflate" compression algorithm. Gzip: Use "Gzip" compression algorithm. """ NoCompression = _compression.NoCompression Deflate = _compression.Deflate Gzip = _compression.Gzip
################################### __all__ ################################# __all__ = ( 'FutureTimeoutError', 'FutureCancelledError', 'Future', 'ChannelConnectivity', 'StatusCode', 'Status', 'RpcError', 'RpcContext', 'Call', 'ChannelCredentials', 'CallCredentials', 'AuthMetadataContext', 'AuthMetadataPluginCallback', 'AuthMetadataPlugin', 'Compression', 'ClientCallDetails', 'ServerCertificateConfiguration', 'ServerCredentials', 'LocalConnectionType', 'UnaryUnaryMultiCallable', 'UnaryStreamMultiCallable', 'StreamUnaryMultiCallable', 'StreamStreamMultiCallable', 'UnaryUnaryClientInterceptor', 'UnaryStreamClientInterceptor', 'StreamUnaryClientInterceptor', 'StreamStreamClientInterceptor', 'Channel', 'ServicerContext', 'RpcMethodHandler', 'HandlerCallDetails', 'GenericRpcHandler', 'ServiceRpcHandler', 'Server', 'ServerInterceptor', 'unary_unary_rpc_method_handler', 'unary_stream_rpc_method_handler', 'stream_unary_rpc_method_handler', 'stream_stream_rpc_method_handler', 'method_handlers_generic_handler', 'ssl_channel_credentials', 'metadata_call_credentials', 'access_token_call_credentials', 'composite_call_credentials', 'composite_channel_credentials', 'local_channel_credentials', 'local_server_credentials', 'ssl_server_credentials', 'ssl_server_certificate_configuration', 'dynamic_ssl_server_credentials', 'channel_ready_future', 'insecure_channel', 'secure_channel', 'intercept_channel', 'server', ) ############################### Extension Shims ################################ # Here to maintain backwards compatibility; avoid using these in new code! try: import grpc_tools sys.modules.update({'grpc.tools': grpc_tools}) except ImportError: pass try: import grpc_health sys.modules.update({'grpc.health': grpc_health}) except ImportError: pass try: import grpc_reflection sys.modules.update({'grpc.reflection': grpc_reflection}) except ImportError: pass