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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Copyright (C) 2009 Google Inc.
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# This module is used for version 2 of the Google Data APIs.
"""Provides classes and constants for the XML in the Google Spreadsheets API.
Documentation for the raw XML which these classes represent can be found here:
__author__ = ' (Jeff Scudder)'
import atom.core
GS_TEMPLATE = '{}%s'
INSERT_MODE = 'insert'
OVERWRITE_MODE = 'overwrite'
class Error(Exception):
class FieldMissing(Exception):
class HeaderNotSet(Error):
"""The desired column header had no value for the row in the list feed."""
class Cell(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:cell element.
A cell in the worksheet. The <gs:cell> element can appear only as a child
of <atom:entry>.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'cell'
col = 'col'
input_value = 'inputValue'
numeric_value = 'numericValue'
row = 'row'
class ColCount(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:colCount element.
Indicates the number of columns in the worksheet, including columns that
contain only empty cells. The <gs:colCount> element can appear as a child
of <atom:entry> or <atom:feed>
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'colCount'
class Field(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:field element.
A field single cell within a record. Contained in an <atom:entry>.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'field'
index = 'index'
name = 'name'
class Column(Field):
"""The gs:column element."""
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'column'
class Data(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:data element.
A data region of a table. Contained in an <atom:entry> element.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'data'
column = [Column]
insertion_mode = 'insertionMode'
num_rows = 'numRows'
start_row = 'startRow'
class Header(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:header element.
Indicates which row is the header row. Contained in an <atom:entry>.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'header'
row = 'row'
class RowCount(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:rowCount element.
Indicates the number of total rows in the worksheet, including rows that
contain only empty cells. The <gs:rowCount> element can appear as a
child of <atom:entry> or <atom:feed>.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'rowCount'
class Worksheet(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""The gs:worksheet element.
The worksheet where the table lives.Contained in an <atom:entry>.
_qname = GS_TEMPLATE % 'worksheet'
name = 'name'
class Spreadsheet(
"""An Atom entry which represents a Google Spreadsheet."""
def find_worksheets_feed(self):
return self.find_url(WORKSHEETS_REL)
FindWorksheetsFeed = find_worksheets_feed
class SpreadsheetsFeed(
"""An Atom feed listing a user's Google Spreadsheets."""
entry = [Spreadsheet]
class WorksheetEntry(
"""An Atom entry representing a single worksheet in a spreadsheet."""
row_count = RowCount
col_count = ColCount
class WorksheetsFeed(
"""A feed containing the worksheets in a single spreadsheet."""
entry = [WorksheetEntry]
class Table(
"""An Atom entry that represents a subsection of a worksheet.
A table allows you to treat part or all of a worksheet somewhat like a
table in a database that is, as a set of structured data items. Tables
don't exist until you explicitly create them before you can use a table
feed, you have to explicitly define where the table data comes from.
data = Data
header = Header
worksheet = Worksheet
def get_table_id(self):
return None
GetTableId = get_table_id
class TablesFeed(
"""An Atom feed containing the tables defined within a worksheet."""
entry = [Table]
class Record(
"""An Atom entry representing a single record in a table.
Note that the order of items in each record is the same as the order of
columns in the table definition, which may not match the order of
columns in the GUI.
field = [Field]
def value_for_index(self, column_index):
for field in self.field:
if field.index == column_index:
return field.text
raise FieldMissing('There is no field for %s' % column_index)
ValueForIndex = value_for_index
def value_for_name(self, name):
for field in self.field:
if == name:
return field.text
raise FieldMissing('There is no field for %s' % name)
ValueForName = value_for_name
def get_record_id(self):
return None
class RecordsFeed(
"""An Atom feed containing the individuals records in a table."""
entry = [Record]
class ListRow(atom.core.XmlElement):
"""A gsx column value within a row.
The local tag in the _qname is blank and must be set to the column
name. For example, when adding to a ListEntry, do:
col_value = ListRow(text='something')
col_value._qname = col_value._qname % 'mycolumnname'
_qname = '{}%s'
class ListEntry(
"""An Atom entry representing a worksheet row in the list feed.
The values for a particular column can be get and set using
x.get_value('columnheader') and x.set_value('columnheader', 'value').
See also the explanation of column names in the ListFeed class.
def get_value(self, column_name):
"""Returns the displayed text for the desired column in this row.
The formula or input which generated the displayed value is not accessible
through the list feed, to see the user's input, use the cells feed.
If a column is not present in this spreadsheet, or there is no value
for a column in this row, this method will return None.
values = self.get_elements(column_name, GSX_NAMESPACE)
if len(values) == 0:
return None
return values[0].text
def set_value(self, column_name, value):
"""Changes the value of cell in this row under the desired column name.
Warning: if the cell contained a formula, it will be wiped out by setting
the value using the list feed since the list feed only works with
displayed values.
No client side checking is performed on the column_name, you need to
ensure that the column_name is the local tag name in the gsx tag for the
column. For example, the column_name will not contain special characters,
spaces, uppercase letters, etc.
# Try to find the column in this row to change an existing value.
values = self.get_elements(column_name, GSX_NAMESPACE)
if len(values) > 0:
values[0].text = value
# There is no value in this row for the desired column, so add a new
# gsx:column_name element.
new_value = ListRow(text=value)
new_value._qname = new_value._qname % (column_name,)
class ListsFeed(
"""An Atom feed in which each entry represents a row in a worksheet.
The first row in the worksheet is used as the column names for the values
in each row. If a header cell is empty, then a unique column ID is used
for the gsx element name.
Spaces in a column name are removed from the name of the corresponding
gsx element.
Caution: The columnNames are case-insensitive. For example, if you see
a <gsx:e-mail> element in a feed, you can't know whether the column
heading in the original worksheet was "e-mail" or "E-Mail".
Note: If two or more columns have the same name, then subsequent columns
of the same name have _n appended to the columnName. For example, if the
first column name is "e-mail", followed by columns named "E-Mail" and
"E-mail", then the columnNames will be gsx:e-mail, gsx:e-mail_2, and
gsx:e-mail_3 respectively.
entry = [ListEntry]
class CellEntry(
"""An Atom entry representing a single cell in a worksheet."""
cell = Cell
class CellsFeed(
"""An Atom feed contains one entry per cell in a worksheet.
The cell feed supports batch operations, you can send multiple cell
operations in one HTTP request.
entry = [CellEntry]
def batch_set_cell(row, col, input):