Source code for jina.types.querylang

import warnings
from typing import TypeVar, Dict, Optional

from google.protobuf import json_format

from ..mixin import ProtoTypeMixin
from ...excepts import BadQueryLangType
from ...helper import typename
from ...proto import jina_pb2

QueryLangSourceType = TypeVar(
    'QueryLangSourceType', jina_pb2.QueryLangProto, bytes, str, Dict

__all__ = ['QueryLang']

[docs]class QueryLang(ProtoTypeMixin): """ :class:`QueryLang` is one of the **primitive data type** in Jina. It offers a Pythonic interface to allow users access and manipulate :class:`jina.jina_pb2.QueryLangProto` object without working with Protobuf itself. To create a :class:`QueryLang` object from a Dict containing the name of a :class:`BaseDriver`, and the parameters to override, simply: .. highlight:: python .. code-block:: python from jina import QueryLang ql = QueryLang({name: 'SliceQL', priority: 1, parameters: {'start': 3, 'end': 1}}) .. warning:: The `BaseDriver` needs to be a `QuerySetReader` to be able to read the `QueryLang` One can also build a :class`QueryLang` from JSON string, bytes, dict or directly from a protobuf object. A :class:`QueryLang` object (no matter how it is constructed) can be converted to protobuf object by using: .. highlight:: python .. code-block:: python # to protobuf object ql.as_pb_object :param querylang: the query language source to construct from, acceptable types include: :class:`jina_pb2.QueryLangProto`, :class:`bytes`, :class:`str`, :class:`Dict`, Tuple. :type querylang: Optional[QueryLangSourceType] :param copy: when ``querylang`` is given as a :class:`QueryLangProto` object, build a view (i.e. weak reference) from it or a deep copy from it. :type copy: bool """ def __init__( self, querylang: Optional[QueryLangSourceType] = None, copy: bool = False ): """Set constructor method.""" self._pb_body = jina_pb2.QueryLangProto() try: if isinstance(querylang, jina_pb2.QueryLangProto): if copy: self._pb_body.CopyFrom(querylang) else: self._pb_body = querylang elif isinstance(querylang, dict): json_format.ParseDict(querylang, self._pb_body) elif isinstance(querylang, str): json_format.Parse(querylang, self._pb_body) elif isinstance(querylang, bytes): # directly parsing from binary string gives large false-positive # fortunately protobuf throws a warning when the parsing seems go wrong # the context manager below converts this warning into exception and throw it # properly with warnings.catch_warnings(): warnings.filterwarnings( 'error', 'Unexpected end-group tag', category=RuntimeWarning ) try: self._pb_body.ParseFromString(querylang) except RuntimeWarning as ex: raise BadQueryLangType( 'fail to construct a query language' ) from ex elif querylang is not None: # note ``None`` is not considered as a bad type raise ValueError(f'{typename(querylang)} is not recognizable') except Exception as ex: raise BadQueryLangType('fail to construct a query language') from ex @property def priority(self) -> int: """ Get the priority of this query language. The query language only takes effect when if it has a higher priority than the internal one with the same name """ return self._pb_body.priority @priority.setter def priority(self, value: int): """Set the priority of this query language with :param:`value`.""" self._pb_body.priority = value @property def name(self) -> str: """Get the name of the driver that the query language attached to.""" return @name.setter def name(self, value: str): """ Set the name of the driver that the query language attached to. :param value: Name of the driver :type value: str """ = value