Source code for azure.servicebus.aio._servicebus_sender_async

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import logging
import asyncio
import datetime
import warnings
from typing import Any, TYPE_CHECKING, Union, List, Optional, Mapping, cast

import uamqp
from uamqp import SendClientAsync, types
from azure.core.credentials import AzureSasCredential, AzureNamedKeyCredential

from .._common.message import (
    ServiceBusMessage,
    ServiceBusMessageBatch,
)
from ..amqp import AmqpAnnotatedMessage
from .._servicebus_sender import SenderMixin
from ._base_handler_async import BaseHandler
from .._common.constants import (
    REQUEST_RESPONSE_SCHEDULE_MESSAGE_OPERATION,
    REQUEST_RESPONSE_CANCEL_SCHEDULED_MESSAGE_OPERATION,
    MGMT_REQUEST_SEQUENCE_NUMBERS,
    SPAN_NAME_SCHEDULE,
)
from .._common import mgmt_handlers
from .._common.utils import (
    transform_messages_if_needed,
    send_trace_context_manager,
    trace_message,
)
from ._async_utils import create_authentication

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from azure.core.credentials_async import AsyncTokenCredential


MessageTypes = Union[
    Mapping[str, Any],
    ServiceBusMessage,
    AmqpAnnotatedMessage,
    List[Union[Mapping[str, Any], ServiceBusMessage, AmqpAnnotatedMessage]],
]
MessageObjTypes = Union[
    ServiceBusMessage,
    ServiceBusMessageBatch,
    AmqpAnnotatedMessage,
    List[Union[ServiceBusMessage, AmqpAnnotatedMessage]],
]

_LOGGER = logging.getLogger(__name__)


[docs]class ServiceBusSender(BaseHandler, SenderMixin): """The ServiceBusSender class defines a high level interface for sending messages to the Azure Service Bus Queue or Topic. **Please use the `get_<queue/topic>_sender` method of ~azure.servicebus.aio.ServiceBusClient to create a ServiceBusSender instance.** :ivar fully_qualified_namespace: The fully qualified host name for the Service Bus namespace. The namespace format is: `<yournamespace>.servicebus.windows.net`. :vartype fully_qualified_namespace: str :ivar entity_name: The name of the entity that the client connects to. :vartype entity_name: str :param str fully_qualified_namespace: The fully qualified host name for the Service Bus namespace. The namespace format is: `<yournamespace>.servicebus.windows.net`. :param credential: The credential object used for authentication which implements a particular interface for getting tokens. It accepts credential objects generated by the azure-identity library and objects that implement the `get_token(self, *scopes)` method, or alternatively, an AzureSasCredential can be provided too. :type credential: ~azure.core.credentials_async.AsyncTokenCredential or ~azure.core.credentials.AzureSasCredential or ~azure.core.credentials.AzureNamedKeyCredential :keyword str queue_name: The path of specific Service Bus Queue the client connects to. Only one of queue_name or topic_name can be provided. :keyword str topic_name: The path of specific Service Bus Topic the client connects to. Only one of queue_name or topic_name can be provided. :keyword bool logging_enable: Whether to output network trace logs to the logger. Default is `False`. :keyword transport_type: The type of transport protocol that will be used for communicating with the Service Bus service. Default is `TransportType.Amqp`. :paramtype transport_type: ~azure.servicebus.TransportType :keyword Dict http_proxy: HTTP proxy settings. This must be a dictionary with the following keys: `'proxy_hostname'` (str value) and `'proxy_port'` (int value). Additionally the following keys may also be present: `'username', 'password'`. :keyword str user_agent: If specified, this will be added in front of the built-in user agent string. :keyword str client_identifier: A string-based identifier to uniquely identify the client instance. Service Bus will associate it with some error messages for easier correlation of errors. If not specified, a unique id will be generated. """ def __init__( self, fully_qualified_namespace: str, credential: Union[ "AsyncTokenCredential", AzureSasCredential, AzureNamedKeyCredential ], *, queue_name: Optional[str] = None, topic_name: Optional[str] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: if kwargs.get("entity_name"): super(ServiceBusSender, self).__init__( fully_qualified_namespace=fully_qualified_namespace, credential=credential, **kwargs, ) else: if queue_name and topic_name: raise ValueError( "Queue/Topic name can not be specified simultaneously." ) if not (queue_name or topic_name): raise ValueError( "Queue/Topic name is missing. Please specify queue_name/topic_name." ) entity_name = queue_name or topic_name super(ServiceBusSender, self).__init__( fully_qualified_namespace=fully_qualified_namespace, credential=credential, entity_name=str(entity_name), queue_name=queue_name, topic_name=topic_name, **kwargs, ) self._max_message_size_on_link = 0 self._create_attribute(**kwargs) self._connection = kwargs.get("connection") @classmethod def _from_connection_string( cls, conn_str: str, **kwargs: Any ) -> "ServiceBusSender": """Create a ServiceBusSender from a connection string. :param str conn_str: The connection string of a Service Bus. :keyword str queue_name: The path of specific Service Bus Queue the client connects to. :keyword str topic_name: The path of specific Service Bus Topic the client connects to. :keyword bool logging_enable: Whether to output network trace logs to the logger. Default is `False`. :keyword transport_type: The type of transport protocol that will be used for communicating with the Service Bus service. Default is `TransportType.Amqp`. :paramtype transport_type: ~azure.servicebus.TransportType :keyword Dict http_proxy: HTTP proxy settings. This must be a dictionary with the following keys: `'proxy_hostname'` (str value) and `'proxy_port'` (int value). Additionally the following keys may also be present: `'username', 'password'`. :keyword str user_agent: If specified, this will be added in front of the built-in user agent string. :rtype: ~azure.servicebus.aio.ServiceBusSender :raises ~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusAuthenticationError: Indicates an issue in token/identity validity. :raises ~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusAuthorizationError: Indicates an access/rights related failure. .. admonition:: Example: .. literalinclude:: ../samples/async_samples/sample_code_servicebus_async.py :start-after: [START create_servicebus_sender_from_conn_str_async] :end-before: [END create_servicebus_sender_from_conn_str_async] :language: python :dedent: 4 :caption: Create a new instance of the ServiceBusSender from connection string. """ constructor_args = cls._convert_connection_string_to_kwargs(conn_str, **kwargs) return cls(**constructor_args) def _create_handler(self, auth): self._handler = SendClientAsync( self._entity_uri, auth=auth, debug=self._config.logging_enable, properties=self._properties, error_policy=self._error_policy, client_name=self._name, keep_alive_interval=self._config.keep_alive, encoding=self._config.encoding, ) async def _open(self): # pylint: disable=protected-access if self._running: return if self._handler: await self._handler.close_async() auth = None if self._connection else (await create_authentication(self)) self._create_handler(auth) try: await self._handler.open_async(connection=self._connection) while not await self._handler.client_ready_async(): await asyncio.sleep(0.05) self._running = True self._max_message_size_on_link = ( self._handler.message_handler._link.peer_max_message_size or uamqp.constants.MAX_MESSAGE_LENGTH_BYTES ) except: await self._close_handler() raise async def _send(self, message, timeout=None, last_exception=None): await self._open() default_timeout = self._handler._msg_timeout # pylint: disable=protected-access try: self._set_msg_timeout(timeout, last_exception) await self._handler.send_message_async(message.message) finally: # reset the timeout of the handler back to the default value self._set_msg_timeout(default_timeout, None)
[docs] async def schedule_messages( self, messages: MessageTypes, schedule_time_utc: datetime.datetime, *, timeout: Optional[float] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> List[int]: """Send Message or multiple Messages to be enqueued at a specific time by the service. Returns a list of the sequence numbers of the enqueued messages. :param messages: The message or list of messages to schedule. :type messages: Union[~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessage, ~azure.servicebus.amqp.AmqpAnnotatedMessage, List[Union[~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessage, ~azure.servicebus.amqp.AmqpAnnotatedMessage]]] :param schedule_time_utc: The utc date and time to enqueue the messages. :type schedule_time_utc: ~datetime.datetime :keyword float timeout: The total operation timeout in seconds including all the retries. The value must be greater than 0 if specified. The default value is None, meaning no timeout. :rtype: list[int] .. admonition:: Example: .. literalinclude:: ../samples/async_samples/sample_code_servicebus_async.py :start-after: [START scheduling_messages_async] :end-before: [END scheduling_messages_async] :language: python :dedent: 4 :caption: Schedule a message to be sent in future """ if kwargs: warnings.warn(f"Unsupported keyword args: {kwargs}") # pylint: disable=protected-access self._check_live() obj_messages = transform_messages_if_needed(messages, ServiceBusMessage) if timeout is not None and timeout <= 0: raise ValueError("The timeout must be greater than 0.") with send_trace_context_manager(span_name=SPAN_NAME_SCHEDULE) as send_span: if isinstance(obj_messages, ServiceBusMessage): request_body = self._build_schedule_request( schedule_time_utc, send_span, obj_messages ) else: if len(obj_messages) == 0: return [] # No-op on empty list. request_body = self._build_schedule_request( schedule_time_utc, send_span, *obj_messages ) if send_span: await self._add_span_request_attributes(send_span) return await self._mgmt_request_response_with_retry( REQUEST_RESPONSE_SCHEDULE_MESSAGE_OPERATION, request_body, mgmt_handlers.schedule_op, timeout=timeout, )
[docs] async def cancel_scheduled_messages( self, sequence_numbers: Union[int, List[int]], *, timeout: Optional[float] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: """ Cancel one or more messages that have previously been scheduled and are still pending. :param sequence_numbers: The sequence numbers of the scheduled messages. :type sequence_numbers: int or list[int] :keyword float timeout: The total operation timeout in seconds including all the retries. The value must be greater than 0 if specified. The default value is None, meaning no timeout. :rtype: None :raises: ~azure.servicebus.exceptions.ServiceBusError if messages cancellation failed due to message already cancelled or enqueued. .. admonition:: Example: .. literalinclude:: ../samples/async_samples/sample_code_servicebus_async.py :start-after: [START cancel_scheduled_messages_async] :end-before: [END cancel_scheduled_messages_async] :language: python :dedent: 4 :caption: Cancelling messages scheduled to be sent in future """ if kwargs: warnings.warn(f"Unsupported keyword args: {kwargs}") self._check_live() if timeout is not None and timeout <= 0: raise ValueError("The timeout must be greater than 0.") if isinstance(sequence_numbers, int): numbers = [types.AMQPLong(sequence_numbers)] else: numbers = [types.AMQPLong(s) for s in sequence_numbers] if len(numbers) == 0: return None # no-op on empty list. request_body = {MGMT_REQUEST_SEQUENCE_NUMBERS: types.AMQPArray(numbers)} return await self._mgmt_request_response_with_retry( REQUEST_RESPONSE_CANCEL_SCHEDULED_MESSAGE_OPERATION, request_body, mgmt_handlers.default, timeout=timeout, )
[docs] async def send_messages( self, message: Union[MessageTypes, ServiceBusMessageBatch], *, timeout: Optional[float] = None, **kwargs: Any, ) -> None: """Sends message and blocks until acknowledgement is received or operation times out. If a list of messages was provided, attempts to send them as a single batch, throwing a `ValueError` if they cannot fit in a single batch. :param message: The ServiceBus message to be sent. :type message: Union[~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessage, ~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessageBatch, ~azure.servicebus.amqp.AmqpAnnotatedMessage, List[Union[~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessage, ~azure.servicebus.amqp.AmqpAnnotatedMessage]]] :keyword Optional[float] timeout: The total operation timeout in seconds including all the retries. The value must be greater than 0 if specified. The default value is None, meaning no timeout. :rtype: None :raises: :class: ~azure.servicebus.exceptions.OperationTimeoutError if sending times out. :class: ~azure.servicebus.exceptions.MessageSizeExceededError if the size of the message is over service bus frame size limit. :class: ~azure.servicebus.exceptions.ServiceBusError when other errors happen such as connection error, authentication error, and any unexpected errors. It's also the top-level root class of above errors. .. admonition:: Example: .. literalinclude:: ../samples/async_samples/sample_code_servicebus_async.py :start-after: [START send_async] :end-before: [END send_async] :language: python :dedent: 4 :caption: Send message. """ if kwargs: warnings.warn(f"Unsupported keyword args: {kwargs}") self._check_live() if timeout is not None and timeout <= 0: raise ValueError("The timeout must be greater than 0.") with send_trace_context_manager() as send_span: if isinstance(message, ServiceBusMessageBatch): obj_message = message # type: MessageObjTypes else: obj_message = transform_messages_if_needed( # type: ignore message, ServiceBusMessage ) try: batch = await self.create_message_batch() batch._from_list(obj_message, send_span) # type: ignore # pylint: disable=protected-access obj_message = batch except TypeError: # Message was not a list or generator. trace_message(cast(ServiceBusMessage, obj_message), send_span) if ( isinstance(obj_message, ServiceBusMessageBatch) and len(obj_message) == 0 ): # pylint: disable=len-as-condition return # Short circuit noop if an empty list or batch is provided. if send_span: await self._add_span_request_attributes(send_span) await self._do_retryable_operation( self._send, message=obj_message, timeout=timeout, operation_requires_timeout=True, require_last_exception=True, )
[docs] async def create_message_batch( self, max_size_in_bytes: Optional[int] = None ) -> ServiceBusMessageBatch: """Create a ServiceBusMessageBatch object with the max size of all content being constrained by max_size_in_bytes. The max_size should be no greater than the max allowed message size defined by the service. :param Optional[int] max_size_in_bytes: The maximum size of bytes data that a ServiceBusMessageBatch object can hold. By default, the value is determined by your Service Bus tier. :rtype: ~azure.servicebus.ServiceBusMessageBatch .. admonition:: Example: .. literalinclude:: ../samples/async_samples/sample_code_servicebus_async.py :start-after: [START create_batch_async] :end-before: [END create_batch_async] :language: python :dedent: 4 :caption: Create ServiceBusMessageBatch object within limited size """ self._check_live() if not self._max_message_size_on_link: await self._open_with_retry() if max_size_in_bytes and max_size_in_bytes > self._max_message_size_on_link: raise ValueError( "Max message size: {} is too large, acceptable max batch size is: {} bytes.".format( max_size_in_bytes, self._max_message_size_on_link ) ) return ServiceBusMessageBatch( max_size_in_bytes=(max_size_in_bytes or self._max_message_size_on_link) )
@property def client_identifier(self) -> str: """ Get the ServiceBusSender client identifier associated with the sender instance. :rtype: str """ return self._name def __str__(self) -> str: return f"Sender client id: {self.client_identifier}, entity: {self.entity_name}"