Commit d372ece9 authored by Peter Onyisi's avatar Peter Onyisi Committed by Graeme Stewart
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Fix checkreq warning (DQDefects-00-01-02)

parent 24db9f99
package DQDefects
author Peter Waller <peter.waller@cern.ch>
use AtlasPolicy AtlasPolicy-*
use AtlasOracle AtlasOracle-* External
apply_tag NEEDS_PYCOOL
apply_tag NEEDS_COOL_FACTORY
#apply_pattern installed_library
apply_pattern declare_python_modules files="*.py tests data"
apply_pattern declare_scripts files="*.py *.sh"
# Copyright (C) 2002-2017 CERN for the benefit of the ATLAS collaboration
"""
Authors: Peter Waller <peter.waller@cern.ch> and "Peter Onyisi" <peter.onyisi@cern.ch>
Please see https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/viewauth/Atlas/DQDefects
The main way to use all of the code found in this module can be found in the
"db" module.
"""
from DQUtils import define_iov_type
@define_iov_type
def DEFECT_IOV(channel, present, recoverable, user, comment):
pass
DEFAULT_CONNECTION_STRING = "COOLOFL_GLOBAL/COMP200"
PARENT_FOLDERSET = "/GLOBAL/DETSTATUS"
DEFECTS_FOLDER = "/GLOBAL/DETSTATUS/DEFECTS"
DEFECT_FOLDER_DESC = "Data Quality defects folder"
DEFECT_LOGIC_FOLDER = "/GLOBAL/DETSTATUS/DEFECTLOGIC"
DEFECT_LOGIC_FOLDER_DESC = "Data Quality virtual defects logic"
DEFECT_LOGIC_TAG_FORMAT = "DetStatusDEFECTLOGIC-%04i"
from .db import DefectsDB
# Add a NullHandler to the DQDefects logger so that we don't get complaints
# if there are no log handlers defined in client applications.
# Logging is the responsibility of the client application!
import logging
class NullHandler(logging.Handler):
def emit(self, record):
pass
logging.getLogger("DQDefects").addHandler(NullHandler())
# Copyright (C) 2002-2017 CERN for the benefit of the ATLAS collaboration
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/*!
* jQuery hashchange event - v1.3 - 7/21/2010
* http://benalman.com/projects/jquery-hashchange-plugin/
*
* Copyright (c) 2010 "Cowboy" Ben Alman
* Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.
* http://benalman.com/about/license/
*/
// Script: jQuery hashchange event
//
// *Version: 1.3, Last updated: 7/21/2010*
//
// Project Home - http://benalman.com/projects/jquery-hashchange-plugin/
// GitHub - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/
// Source - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/raw/master/jquery.ba-hashchange.js
// (Minified) - http://github.com/cowboy/jquery-hashchange/raw/master/jquery.ba-hashchange.min.js (0.8kb gzipped)
//
// About: License
//
// Copyright (c) 2010 "Cowboy" Ben Alman,
// Dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.
// http://benalman.com/about/license/
//
// About: Examples
//
// These working examples, complete with fully commented code, illustrate a few
// ways in which this plugin can be used.
//
// hashchange event - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/hashchange/
// document.domain - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/document_domain/
//
// About: Support and Testing
//
// Information about what version or versions of jQuery this plugin has been
// tested with, what browsers it has been tested in, and where the unit tests
// reside (so you can test it yourself).
//
// jQuery Versions - 1.2.6, 1.3.2, 1.4.1, 1.4.2
// Browsers Tested - Internet Explorer 6-8, Firefox 2-4, Chrome 5-6, Safari 3.2-5,
// Opera 9.6-10.60, iPhone 3.1, Android 1.6-2.2, BlackBerry 4.6-5.
// Unit Tests - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/unit/
//
// About: Known issues
//
// While this jQuery hashchange event implementation is quite stable and
// robust, there are a few unfortunate browser bugs surrounding expected
// hashchange event-based behaviors, independent of any JavaScript
// window.onhashchange abstraction. See the following examples for more
// information:
//
// Chrome: Back Button - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-chrome-back-button/
// Firefox: Remote XMLHttpRequest - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-firefox-remote-xhr/
// WebKit: Back Button in an Iframe - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-webkit-hash-iframe/
// Safari: Back Button from a different domain - http://benalman.com/code/projects/jquery-hashchange/examples/bug-safari-back-from-diff-domain/
//
// Also note that should a browser natively support the window.onhashchange
// event, but not report that it does, the fallback polling loop will be used.
//
// About: Release History
//
// 1.3 - (7/21/2010) Reorganized IE6/7 Iframe code to make it more
// "removable" for mobile-only development. Added IE6/7 document.title
// support. Attempted to make Iframe as hidden as possible by using
// techniques from http://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/?p=604. Added
// support for the "shortcut" format $(window).hashchange( fn ) and
// $(window).hashchange() like jQuery provides for built-in events.
// Renamed jQuery.hashchangeDelay to <jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay> and
// lowered its default value to 50. Added <jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain>
// and <jQuery.fn.hashchange.src> properties plus document-domain.html
// file to address access denied issues when setting document.domain in
// IE6/7.
// 1.2 - (2/11/2010) Fixed a bug where coming back to a page using this plugin
// from a page on another domain would cause an error in Safari 4. Also,
// IE6/7 Iframe is now inserted after the body (this actually works),
// which prevents the page from scrolling when the event is first bound.
// Event can also now be bound before DOM ready, but it won't be usable
// before then in IE6/7.
// 1.1 - (1/21/2010) Incorporated document.documentMode test to fix IE8 bug
// where browser version is incorrectly reported as 8.0, despite
// inclusion of the X-UA-Compatible IE=EmulateIE7 meta tag.
// 1.0 - (1/9/2010) Initial Release. Broke out the jQuery BBQ event.special
// window.onhashchange functionality into a separate plugin for users
// who want just the basic event & back button support, without all the
// extra awesomeness that BBQ provides. This plugin will be included as
// part of jQuery BBQ, but also be available separately.
(function($,window,undefined){
'$:nomunge'; // Used by YUI compressor.
// Reused string.
var str_hashchange = 'hashchange',
// Method / object references.
doc = document,
fake_onhashchange,
special = $.event.special,
// Does the browser support window.onhashchange? Note that IE8 running in
// IE7 compatibility mode reports true for 'onhashchange' in window, even
// though the event isn't supported, so also test document.documentMode.
doc_mode = doc.documentMode,
supports_onhashchange = 'on' + str_hashchange in window && ( doc_mode === undefined || doc_mode > 7 );
// Get location.hash (or what you'd expect location.hash to be) sans any
// leading #. Thanks for making this necessary, Firefox!
function get_fragment( url ) {
url = url || location.href;
return '#' + url.replace( /^[^#]*#?(.*)$/, '$1' );
};
// Method: jQuery.fn.hashchange
//
// Bind a handler to the window.onhashchange event or trigger all bound
// window.onhashchange event handlers. This behavior is consistent with
// jQuery's built-in event handlers.
//
// Usage:
//
// > jQuery(window).hashchange( [ handler ] );
//
// Arguments:
//
// handler - (Function) Optional handler to be bound to the hashchange
// event. This is a "shortcut" for the more verbose form:
// jQuery(window).bind( 'hashchange', handler ). If handler is omitted,
// all bound window.onhashchange event handlers will be triggered. This
// is a shortcut for the more verbose
// jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' ). These forms are described in
// the <hashchange event> section.
//
// Returns:
//
// (jQuery) The initial jQuery collection of elements.
// Allow the "shortcut" format $(elem).hashchange( fn ) for binding and
// $(elem).hashchange() for triggering, like jQuery does for built-in events.
$.fn[ str_hashchange ] = function( fn ) {
return fn ? this.bind( str_hashchange, fn ) : this.trigger( str_hashchange );
};
// Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay
//
// The numeric interval (in milliseconds) at which the <hashchange event>
// polling loop executes. Defaults to 50.
// Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain
//
// If you're setting document.domain in your JavaScript, and you want hash
// history to work in IE6/7, not only must this property be set, but you must
// also set document.domain BEFORE jQuery is loaded into the page. This
// property is only applicable if you are supporting IE6/7 (or IE8 operating
// in "IE7 compatibility" mode).
//
// In addition, the <jQuery.fn.hashchange.src> property must be set to the
// path of the included "document-domain.html" file, which can be renamed or
// modified if necessary (note that the document.domain specified must be the
// same in both your main JavaScript as well as in this file).
//
// Usage:
//
// jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain = document.domain;
// Property: jQuery.fn.hashchange.src
//
// If, for some reason, you need to specify an Iframe src file (for example,
// when setting document.domain as in <jQuery.fn.hashchange.domain>), you can
// do so using this property. Note that when using this property, history
// won't be recorded in IE6/7 until the Iframe src file loads. This property
// is only applicable if you are supporting IE6/7 (or IE8 operating in "IE7
// compatibility" mode).
//
// Usage:
//
// jQuery.fn.hashchange.src = 'path/to/file.html';
$.fn[ str_hashchange ].delay = 50;
/*
$.fn[ str_hashchange ].domain = null;
$.fn[ str_hashchange ].src = null;
*/
// Event: hashchange event
//
// Fired when location.hash changes. In browsers that support it, the native
// HTML5 window.onhashchange event is used, otherwise a polling loop is
// initialized, running every <jQuery.fn.hashchange.delay> milliseconds to
// see if the hash has changed. In IE6/7 (and IE8 operating in "IE7
// compatibility" mode), a hidden Iframe is created to allow the back button
// and hash-based history to work.
//
// Usage as described in <jQuery.fn.hashchange>:
//
// > // Bind an event handler.
// > jQuery(window).hashchange( function(e) {
// > var hash = location.hash;
// > ...
// > });
// >
// > // Manually trigger the event handler.
// > jQuery(window).hashchange();
//
// A more verbose usage that allows for event namespacing:
//
// > // Bind an event handler.
// > jQuery(window).bind( 'hashchange', function(e) {
// > var hash = location.hash;
// > ...
// > });
// >
// > // Manually trigger the event handler.
// > jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' );
//
// Additional Notes:
//
// * The polling loop and Iframe are not created until at least one handler
// is actually bound to the 'hashchange' event.
// * If you need the bound handler(s) to execute immediately, in cases where
// a location.hash exists on page load, via bookmark or page refresh for
// example, use jQuery(window).hashchange() or the more verbose
// jQuery(window).trigger( 'hashchange' ).
// * The event can be bound before DOM ready, but since it won't be usable
// before then in IE6/7 (due to the necessary Iframe), recommended usage is
// to bind it inside a DOM ready handler.
// Override existing $.event.special.hashchange methods (allowing this plugin
// to be defined after jQuery BBQ in BBQ's source code).
special[ str_hashchange ] = $.extend( special[ str_hashchange ], {
// Called only when the first 'hashchange' event is bound to window.
setup: function() {
// If window.onhashchange is supported natively, there's nothing to do..
if ( supports_onhashchange ) { return false; }
// Otherwise, we need to create our own. And we don't want to call this
// until the user binds to the event, just in case they never do, since it
// will create a polling loop and possibly even a hidden Iframe.
$( fake_onhashchange.start );
},
// Called only when the last 'hashchange' event is unbound from window.
teardown: function() {
// If window.onhashchange is supported natively, there's nothing to do..
if ( supports_onhashchange ) { return false; }
// Otherwise, we need to stop ours (if possible).
$( fake_onhashchange.stop );
}
});
// fake_onhashchange does all the work of triggering the window.onhashchange
// event for browsers that don't natively support it, including creating a
// polling loop to watch for hash changes and in IE 6/7 creating a hidden
// Iframe to enable back and forward.
fake_onhashchange = (function(){
var self = {},
timeout_id,
// Remember the initial hash so it doesn't get triggered immediately.
last_hash = get_fragment(),
fn_retval = function(val){ return val; },
history_set = fn_retval,
history_get = fn_retval;
// Start the polling loop.
self.start = function() {
timeout_id || poll();
};
// Stop the polling loop.
self.stop = function() {
timeout_id && clearTimeout( timeout_id );
timeout_id = undefined;
};
// This polling loop checks every $.fn.hashchange.delay milliseconds to see
// if location.hash has changed, and triggers the 'hashchange' event on
// window when necessary.
function poll() {
var hash = get_fragment(),
history_hash = history_get( last_hash );
if ( hash !== last_hash ) {
history_set( last_hash = hash, history_hash );
$(window).trigger( str_hashchange );
} else if ( history_hash !== last_hash ) {
location.href = location.href.replace( /#.*/, '' ) + history_hash;
}
timeout_id = setTimeout( poll, $.fn[ str_hashchange ].delay );
};
// vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
// vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv REMOVE IF NOT SUPPORTING IE6/7/8 vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
// vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
$.browser.msie && !supports_onhashchange && (function(){
// Not only do IE6/7 need the "magical" Iframe treatment, but so does IE8
// when running in "IE7 compatibility" mode.
var iframe,
iframe_src;
// When the event is bound and polling starts in IE 6/7, create a hidden
// Iframe for history handling.
self.start = function(){
if ( !iframe ) {
iframe_src = $.fn[ str_hashchange ].src;
iframe_src = iframe_src && iframe_src + get_fragment();
// Create hidden Iframe. Attempt to make Iframe as hidden as possible
// by using techniques from http://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/?p=604.
iframe = $('<iframe tabindex="-1" title="empty"/>').hide()
// When Iframe has completely loaded, initialize the history and
// start polling.
.one( 'load', function(){
iframe_src || history_set( get_fragment() );
poll();
})
// Load Iframe src if specified, otherwise nothing.
.attr( 'src', iframe_src || 'javascript:0' )
// Append Iframe after the end of the body to prevent unnecessary
// initial page scrolling (yes, this works).
.insertAfter( 'body' )[0].contentWindow;
// Whenever `document.title` changes, update the Iframe's title to
// prettify the back/next history menu entries. Since IE sometimes
// errors with "Unspecified error" the very first time this is set
// (yes, very useful) wrap this with a try/catch block.
doc.onpropertychange = function(){
try {
if ( event.propertyName === 'title' ) {
iframe.document.title = doc.title;
}
} catch(e) {}
};
}
};
// Override the "stop" method since an IE6/7 Iframe was created. Even
// if there are no longer any bound event handlers, the polling loop
// is still necessary for back/next to work at all!
self.stop = fn_retval;
// Get history by looking at the hidden Iframe's location.hash.
history_get = function() {
return get_fragment( iframe.location.href );
};
// Set a new history item by opening and then closing the Iframe
// document, *then* setting its location.hash. If document.domain has
// been set, update that as well.
history_set = function( hash, history_hash ) {
var iframe_doc = iframe.document,
domain = $.fn[ str_hashchange ].domain;
if ( hash !== history_hash ) {
// Update Iframe with any initial `document.title` that might be set.
iframe_doc.title = doc.title;
// Opening the Iframe's document after it has been closed is what
// actually adds a history entry.
iframe_doc.open();
// Set document.domain for the Iframe document as well, if necessary.
domain && iframe_doc.write( '<script>document.domain="' + domain + '"</script>' );
iframe_doc.close();
// Update the Iframe's hash, for great justice.
iframe.location.hash = hash;
}
};
})();
// ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
// ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ REMOVE IF NOT SUPPORTING IE6/7/8 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
// ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
return self;
})();
})(jQuery,this);
/* Copyright (c) 2009 Mustafa OZCAN (http://www.mustafaozcan.net)
* Dual licensed under the MIT (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)
* and GPL (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php) licenses.
* Version: 1.0.2
* Requires: jquery.1.3+
* Heavily enhanced by Peter Waller <peter.waller@cern.ch> (Oct 2010)
*/
jQuery.fn.fixedtableheader = function (options) {
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first_column: false,
fixed_class: "fixedtableheader"
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to.css({
"position": "absolute",
"top" : fix_left ? from.offset().top : $(window).scrollTop(),
"left": fix_left ? $(window).scrollLeft() : from.offset().left
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else
to.css({
"position": "fixed",
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to.height(from.outerHeight());
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to.width (from.outerWidth() );
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to.css("top", from.offset().top );
else
to.css("left", from.offset().left);
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var new_tbody = $("<tbody />");
colspans = header_elements.map(function() { return $(this).attr("colspan"); });
widest_colspan = Math.max.apply(Math, colspans.toArray())
header_elements.each(function () {
self = $(this).clone();
self_in_tr = $(this).parent().clone().empty().append(self);
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var new_header_elements = settings.first_column
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var fixed_header_table = original_table.clone().empty()
.append(new_header_elements)
.addClass(settings.fixed_class)
.hide(false)
.appendTo($("body"));
fix_table_position(original_header_elements, fixed_header_table, settings.first_column);
fix_element_sizes (original_header_elements, fixed_header_table, true);
function determine_hidden() {
var scroll_pos = settings.first_column ? $(window).scrollLeft() : $(window).scrollTop();
var elm_pos = settings.first_column ? original_header_elements.offset().left : original_header_elements.offset().top;
var elm_size = settings.first_column
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if (scroll_pos > elm_pos && scroll_pos <= (elm_pos + elm_size))
fixed_header_table.show();
else
fixed_header_table.hide();
}
$(window).scroll(function () {
fix_table_position(original_table, fixed_header_table, settings.first_column);
determine_hidden();
});
$(window).resize(function () {
fix_element_sizes(original_table, fixed_header_table);
});
};
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