Source code for airflow.sensors.external_task

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from __future__ import annotations

import datetime
import os
import warnings
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Any, Callable, Collection, Iterable

import attr
from sqlalchemy import func

from airflow.exceptions import AirflowException, AirflowSkipException, RemovedInAirflow3Warning
from airflow.models.baseoperator import BaseOperatorLink
from airflow.models.dag import DagModel
from airflow.models.dagbag import DagBag
from airflow.models.dagrun import DagRun
from airflow.models.taskinstance import TaskInstance
from airflow.operators.empty import EmptyOperator
from airflow.sensors.base import BaseSensorOperator
from airflow.utils.helpers import build_airflow_url_with_query
from airflow.utils.session import provide_session
from airflow.utils.state import State

    from sqlalchemy.orm import Query

[docs]class ExternalTaskSensor(BaseSensorOperator): """ Waits for a different DAG, a task group, or a task in a different DAG to complete for a specific logical date. If both `external_task_group_id` and `external_task_id` are ``None`` (default), the sensor waits for the DAG. Values for `external_task_group_id` and `external_task_id` can't be set at the same time. By default the ExternalTaskSensor will wait for the external task to succeed, at which point it will also succeed. However, by default it will *not* fail if the external task fails, but will continue to check the status until the sensor times out (thus giving you time to retry the external task without also having to clear the sensor). It is possible to alter the default behavior by setting states which cause the sensor to fail, e.g. by setting ``allowed_states=[State.FAILED]`` and ``failed_states=[State.SUCCESS]`` you will flip the behaviour to get a sensor which goes green when the external task *fails* and immediately goes red if the external task *succeeds*! Note that ``soft_fail`` is respected when examining the failed_states. Thus if the external task enters a failed state and ``soft_fail == True`` the sensor will _skip_ rather than fail. As a result, setting ``soft_fail=True`` and ``failed_states=[State.SKIPPED]`` will result in the sensor skipping if the external task skips. :param external_dag_id: The dag_id that contains the task you want to wait for :param external_task_id: The task_id that contains the task you want to wait for. :param external_task_ids: The list of task_ids that you want to wait for. If ``None`` (default value) the sensor waits for the DAG. Either external_task_id or external_task_ids can be passed to ExternalTaskSensor, but not both. :param allowed_states: Iterable of allowed states, default is ``['success']`` :param failed_states: Iterable of failed or dis-allowed states, default is ``None`` :param execution_delta: time difference with the previous execution to look at, the default is the same logical date as the current task or DAG. For yesterday, use [positive!] datetime.timedelta(days=1). Either execution_delta or execution_date_fn can be passed to ExternalTaskSensor, but not both. :param execution_date_fn: function that receives the current execution's logical date as the first positional argument and optionally any number of keyword arguments available in the context dictionary, and returns the desired logical dates to query. Either execution_delta or execution_date_fn can be passed to ExternalTaskSensor, but not both. :param check_existence: Set to `True` to check if the external task exists (when external_task_id is not None) or check if the DAG to wait for exists (when external_task_id is None), and immediately cease waiting if the external task or DAG does not exist (default value: False). """
[docs] template_fields = ['external_dag_id', 'external_task_id', 'external_task_ids']
[docs] ui_color = '#19647e'
def __init__( self, *, external_dag_id: str, external_task_id: str | None = None, external_task_ids: Collection[str] | None = None, external_task_group_id: str | None = None, allowed_states: Iterable[str] | None = None, failed_states: Iterable[str] | None = None, execution_delta: datetime.timedelta | None = None, execution_date_fn: Callable | None = None, check_existence: bool = False, **kwargs, ): super().__init__(**kwargs) self.allowed_states = list(allowed_states) if allowed_states else [State.SUCCESS] self.failed_states = list(failed_states) if failed_states else [] total_states = set(self.allowed_states + self.failed_states) if set(self.failed_states).intersection(set(self.allowed_states)): raise AirflowException( f"Duplicate values provided as allowed " f"`{self.allowed_states}` and failed states `{self.failed_states}`" ) if external_task_id is not None and external_task_ids is not None: raise ValueError( 'Only one of `external_task_id` or `external_task_ids` may ' 'be provided to ExternalTaskSensor; not both.' ) if external_task_id is not None: external_task_ids = [external_task_id] if external_task_group_id and external_task_ids: raise ValueError( "Values for `external_task_group_id` and `external_task_id` or `external_task_ids` " "can't be set at the same time" ) if external_task_ids or external_task_group_id: if not total_states <= set(State.task_states): raise ValueError( f'Valid values for `allowed_states` and `failed_states` ' f'when `external_task_id` or `external_task_ids` or `external_task_group_id` ' f'is not `None`: {State.task_states}' ) if external_task_ids and len(external_task_ids) > len(set(external_task_ids)): raise ValueError('Duplicate task_ids passed in external_task_ids parameter') elif not total_states <= set(State.dag_states): raise ValueError( f'Valid values for `allowed_states` and `failed_states` ' f'when `external_task_id` and `external_task_group_id` is `None`: {State.dag_states}' ) if execution_delta is not None and execution_date_fn is not None: raise ValueError( 'Only one of `execution_delta` or `execution_date_fn` may ' 'be provided to ExternalTaskSensor; not both.' ) self.execution_delta = execution_delta self.execution_date_fn = execution_date_fn self.external_dag_id = external_dag_id self.external_task_id = external_task_id self.external_task_ids = external_task_ids self.external_task_group_id = external_task_group_id self.check_existence = check_existence self._has_checked_existence = False def _get_dttm_filter(self, context): if self.execution_delta: dttm = context['logical_date'] - self.execution_delta elif self.execution_date_fn: dttm = self._handle_execution_date_fn(context=context) else: dttm = context['logical_date'] return dttm if isinstance(dttm, list) else [dttm] @provide_session
[docs] def poke(self, context, session=None): dttm_filter = self._get_dttm_filter(context) serialized_dttm_filter = ','.join(dt.isoformat() for dt in dttm_filter) if self.external_task_ids: 'Poking for tasks %s in dag %s on %s ... ', self.external_task_ids, self.external_dag_id, serialized_dttm_filter, ) if self.external_task_group_id: "Poking for task_group '%s' in dag '%s' on %s ... ", self.external_task_group_id, self.external_dag_id, serialized_dttm_filter, ) # In poke mode this will check dag existence only once if self.check_existence and not self._has_checked_existence: self._check_for_existence(session=session) count_allowed = self.get_count(dttm_filter, session, self.allowed_states) count_failed = -1 if self.failed_states: count_failed = self.get_count(dttm_filter, session, self.failed_states) if count_failed == len(dttm_filter): if self.external_task_ids: if self.soft_fail: raise AirflowSkipException( f'Some of the external tasks {self.external_task_ids} ' f'in DAG {self.external_dag_id} failed. Skipping due to soft_fail.' ) raise AirflowException( f'Some of the external tasks {self.external_task_ids} ' f'in DAG {self.external_dag_id} failed.' ) elif self.external_task_group_id: if self.soft_fail: raise AirflowSkipException( f"The external task_group '{self.external_task_group_id}' " f"in DAG '{self.external_dag_id}' failed. Skipping due to soft_fail." ) raise AirflowException( f"The external task_group '{self.external_task_group_id}' " f"in DAG '{self.external_dag_id}' failed." ) else: if self.soft_fail: raise AirflowSkipException( f'The external DAG {self.external_dag_id} failed. Skipping due to soft_fail.' ) raise AirflowException(f'The external DAG {self.external_dag_id} failed.') return count_allowed == len(dttm_filter)
def _check_for_existence(self, session) -> None: dag_to_wait = DagModel.get_current(self.external_dag_id, session) if not dag_to_wait: raise AirflowException(f'The external DAG {self.external_dag_id} does not exist.') if not os.path.exists(dag_to_wait.fileloc): raise AirflowException(f'The external DAG {self.external_dag_id} was deleted.') if self.external_task_ids: refreshed_dag_info = DagBag(dag_to_wait.fileloc).get_dag(self.external_dag_id) for external_task_id in self.external_task_ids: if not refreshed_dag_info.has_task(external_task_id): raise AirflowException( f'The external task {external_task_id} in ' f'DAG {self.external_dag_id} does not exist.' ) if self.external_task_group_id: refreshed_dag_info = DagBag(dag_to_wait.fileloc).get_dag(self.external_dag_id) if not refreshed_dag_info.has_task_group(self.external_task_group_id): raise AirflowException( f"The external task group '{self.external_task_group_id}' in " f"DAG '{self.external_dag_id}' does not exist." ) self._has_checked_existence = True
[docs] def get_count(self, dttm_filter, session, states) -> int: """ Get the count of records against dttm filter and states :param dttm_filter: date time filter for execution date :param session: airflow session object :param states: task or dag states :return: count of record against the filters """ TI = TaskInstance DR = DagRun if not dttm_filter: return 0 if self.external_task_ids: count = ( self._count_query(TI, session, states, dttm_filter) .filter(TI.task_id.in_(self.external_task_ids)) .scalar() ) / len(self.external_task_ids) elif self.external_task_group_id: external_task_group_task_ids = self.get_external_task_group_task_ids(session) count = ( self._count_query(TI, session, states, dttm_filter) .filter(TI.task_id.in_(external_task_group_task_ids)) .scalar() ) / len(external_task_group_task_ids) else: count = self._count_query(DR, session, states, dttm_filter).scalar() return count
def _count_query(self, model, session, states, dttm_filter) -> Query: query = session.query(func.count()).filter( model.dag_id == self.external_dag_id, model.state.in_(states), # pylint: disable=no-member model.execution_date.in_(dttm_filter), ) return query
[docs] def get_external_task_group_task_ids(self, session): refreshed_dag_info = DagBag(read_dags_from_db=True).get_dag(self.external_dag_id, session) task_group = refreshed_dag_info.task_group_dict.get(self.external_task_group_id) if task_group: return [task.task_id for task in task_group] # returning default task_id as group_id itself, this will avoid any failure in case of # 'check_existence=False' and will fail on timeout return [self.external_task_group_id]
def _handle_execution_date_fn(self, context) -> Any: """ This function is to handle backwards compatibility with how this operator was previously where it only passes the execution date, but also allow for the newer implementation to pass all context variables as keyword arguments, to allow for more sophisticated returns of dates to return. """ from airflow.utils.operator_helpers import make_kwargs_callable # Remove "logical_date" because it is already a mandatory positional argument logical_date = context["logical_date"] kwargs = {k: v for k, v in context.items() if k not in {"execution_date", "logical_date"}} # Add "context" in the kwargs for backward compatibility (because context used to be # an acceptable argument of execution_date_fn) kwargs["context"] = context if TYPE_CHECKING: assert self.execution_date_fn is not None kwargs_callable = make_kwargs_callable(self.execution_date_fn) return kwargs_callable(logical_date, **kwargs)
[docs]class ExternalTaskMarker(EmptyOperator): """ Use this operator to indicate that a task on a different DAG depends on this task. When this task is cleared with "Recursive" selected, Airflow will clear the task on the other DAG and its downstream tasks recursively. Transitive dependencies are followed until the recursion_depth is reached. :param external_dag_id: The dag_id that contains the dependent task that needs to be cleared. :param external_task_id: The task_id of the dependent task that needs to be cleared. :param execution_date: The logical date of the dependent task execution that needs to be cleared. :param recursion_depth: The maximum level of transitive dependencies allowed. Default is 10. This is mostly used for preventing cyclic dependencies. It is fine to increase this number if necessary. However, too many levels of transitive dependencies will make it slower to clear tasks in the web UI. """
[docs] template_fields = ['external_dag_id', 'external_task_id', 'execution_date']
[docs] ui_color = '#19647e'
# The _serialized_fields are lazily loaded when get_serialized_fields() method is called __serialized_fields: frozenset[str] | None = None def __init__( self, *, external_dag_id: str, external_task_id: str, execution_date: str | datetime.datetime | None = "{{ logical_date.isoformat() }}", recursion_depth: int = 10, **kwargs, ): super().__init__(**kwargs) self.external_dag_id = external_dag_id self.external_task_id = external_task_id if isinstance(execution_date, datetime.datetime): self.execution_date = execution_date.isoformat() elif isinstance(execution_date, str): self.execution_date = execution_date else: raise TypeError( f'Expected str or datetime.datetime type for execution_date. Got {type(execution_date)}' ) if recursion_depth <= 0: raise ValueError("recursion_depth should be a positive integer") self.recursion_depth = recursion_depth @classmethod
[docs] def get_serialized_fields(cls): """Serialized ExternalTaskMarker contain exactly these fields + templated_fields .""" if not cls.__serialized_fields: cls.__serialized_fields = frozenset(super().get_serialized_fields() | {"recursion_depth"}) return cls.__serialized_fields
@attr.s(auto_attribs=True) )

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