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CherryPy / cherrypy / tutorial / bonus-sqlobject.py

'''
Bonus Tutorial: Using SQLObject

This is a silly little contacts manager application intended to
demonstrate how to use SQLObject from within a CherryPy2 project. It
also shows how to use inline Cheetah templates.

SQLObject is an Object/Relational Mapper that allows you to access
data stored in an RDBMS in a pythonic fashion. You create data objects
as Python classes and let SQLObject take care of all the nasty details.

This code depends on the latest development version (0.6+) of SQLObject.
You can get it from the SQLObject Subversion server. You can find all
necessary information at <http://www.sqlobject.org>. This code will NOT
work with the 0.5.x version advertised on their website!

This code also depends on a recent version of Cheetah. You can find
Cheetah at <http://www.cheetahtemplate.org>.

After starting this application for the first time, you will need to
access the /reset URI in order to create the database table and some
sample data. Accessing /reset again will drop and re-create the table,
so you may want to be careful. :-)

This application isn't supposed to be fool-proof, it's not even supposed
to be very GOOD. Play around with it some, browse the source code, smile.

:)

-- Hendrik Mans <hendrik@mans.de>
'''

import cherrypy
from Cheetah.Template import Template
from sqlobject import *

# configure your database connection here
__connection__ = 'mysql://root:@localhost/test'

# this is our (only) data class.
class Contact(SQLObject):
    lastName = StringCol(length = 50, notNone = True)
    firstName = StringCol(length = 50, notNone = True)
    phone = StringCol(length = 30, notNone = True, default = '')
    email = StringCol(length = 30, notNone = True, default = '')
    url = StringCol(length = 100, notNone = True, default = '')


class ContactManager:
    def index(self):
        # Let's display a list of all stored contacts.
        contacts = Contact.select()

        template = Template('''
            <h2>All Contacts</h2>

            #for $contact in $contacts
                <a href="mailto:$contact.email">$contact.lastName, $contact.firstName</a>
                [<a href="./edit?id=$contact.id">Edit</a>]
                [<a href="./delete?id=$contact.id">Delete</a>]
                <br/>
            #end for

            <p>[<a href="./edit">Add new contact</a>]</p>
        ''', [locals(), globals()])

        return template.respond()

    index.exposed = True


    def edit(self, id = 0):
        # we really want id as an integer. Since GET/POST parameters
        # are always passed as strings, let's convert it.
        id = int(id)

        if id > 0:
            # if an id is specified, we're editing an existing contact.
            contact = Contact.get(id)
            title = "Edit Contact"
        else:
            # if no id is specified, we're entering a new contact.
            contact = None
            title = "New Contact"


        # In the following template code, please note that we use
        # Cheetah's $getVar() construct for the form values. We have
        # to do this because contact may be set to None (see above).
        template = Template('''
            <h2>$title</h2>

            <form action="./store" method="POST">
                <input type="hidden" name="id" value="$id" />
                Last Name: <input name="lastName" value="$getVar('contact.lastName', '')" /><br/>
                First Name: <input name="firstName" value="$getVar('contact.firstName', '')" /><br/>
                Phone: <input name="phone" value="$getVar('contact.phone', '')" /><br/>
                Email: <input name="email" value="$getVar('contact.email', '')" /><br/>
                URL: <input name="url" value="$getVar('contact.url', '')" /><br/>
                <input type="submit" value="Store" />
            </form>
        ''', [locals(), globals()])

        return template.respond()

    edit.exposed = True


    def delete(self, id):
        # Delete the specified contact
        contact = Contact.get(int(id))
        contact.destroySelf()
        return 'Deleted. <a href="./">Return to Index</a>'

    delete.exposed = True


    def store(self, lastName, firstName, phone, email, url, id = None):
        if id and int(id) > 0:
            # If an id was specified, update an existing contact.
            contact = Contact.get(int(id))

            # We could set one field after another, but that would
            # cause multiple UPDATE clauses. So we'll just do it all
            # in a single pass through the set() method.
            contact.set(
                lastName = lastName,
                firstName = firstName,
                phone = phone,
                email = email,
                url = url)
        else:
            # Otherwise, add a new contact.
            contact = Contact(
                lastName = lastName,
                firstName = firstName,
                phone = phone,
                email = email,
                url = url)

        return 'Stored. <a href="./">Return to Index</a>'

    store.exposed = True


    def reset(self):
        # Drop existing table
        Contact.dropTable(True)

        # Create new table
        Contact.createTable()

        # Create some sample data
        Contact(
            firstName = 'Hendrik',
            lastName = 'Mans',
            email = 'hendrik@mans.de',
            phone = '++49 89 12345678',
            url = 'http://www.mornography.de')

        return "reset completed!"

    reset.exposed = True


print "If you're running this application for the first time, please go to http://localhost:8080/reset once in order to create the database!"

cherrypy.root = ContactManager()
cherrypy.server.start()
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