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import os
import urlparse
import boto
import boto.connection
import boto.jsonresponse
import boto.exception
import awsqueryrequest
class NoCredentialsError(boto.exception.BotoClientError):
def __init__(self):
s = 'Unable to find credentials'
boto.exception.BotoClientError.__init__(self, s)
class AWSQueryService(boto.connection.AWSQueryConnection):
Name = ''
Description = ''
APIVersion = ''
Authentication = 'sign-v2'
Path = '/'
Port = 443
Provider = 'aws'
Regions = []
def __init__(self, **args):
self.args = args
if 'host' not in self.args:
if self.Regions:
region_name = self.args.get('region_name',
for region in self.Regions:
if region['name'] == region_name:
self.args['host'] = region['endpoint']
if 'path' not in self.args:
self.args['path'] = self.Path
if 'port' not in self.args:
self.args['port'] = self.Port
boto.connection.AWSQueryConnection.__init__(self, **self.args)
self.aws_response = None
except boto.exception.NoAuthHandlerFound:
raise NoCredentialsError()
def check_for_credential_file(self):
Checks for the existance of an AWS credential file.
If the environment variable AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE is
set and points to a file, that file will be read and
will be searched credentials.
Note that if credentials have been explicitelypassed
into the class constructor, those values always take
if 'AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE' in os.environ:
path = os.environ['AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE']
path = os.path.expanduser(path)
path = os.path.expandvars(path)
if os.path.isfile(path):
fp = open(path)
lines = fp.readlines()
for line in lines:
if line[0] != '#':
if '=' in line:
name, value = line.split('=', 1)
if name.strip() == 'AWSAccessKeyId':
if 'aws_access_key_id' not in self.args:
value = value.strip()
self.args['aws_access_key_id'] = value
elif name.strip() == 'AWSSecretKey':
if 'aws_secret_access_key' not in self.args:
value = value.strip()
self.args['aws_secret_access_key'] = value
print 'Warning: unable to read AWS_CREDENTIAL_FILE'
def check_for_env_url(self):
First checks to see if a url argument was explicitly passed
in. If so, that will be used. If not, it checks for the
existence of the environment variable specified in ENV_URL.
If this is set, it should contain a fully qualified URL to the
service you want to use.
Note that any values passed explicitly to the class constructor
will take precedence.
url = self.args.get('url', None)
if url:
del self.args['url']
if not url and self.EnvURL in os.environ:
url = os.environ[self.EnvURL]
if url:
rslt = urlparse.urlparse(url)
if 'is_secure' not in self.args:
if rslt.scheme == 'https':
self.args['is_secure'] = True
self.args['is_secure'] = False
host = rslt.netloc
port = None
l = host.split(':')
if len(l) > 1:
host = l[0]
port = int(l[1])
if 'host' not in self.args:
self.args['host'] = host
if port and 'port' not in self.args:
self.args['port'] = port
if rslt.path and 'path' not in self.args:
self.args['path'] = rslt.path
def _required_auth_capability(self):
return [self.Authentication]