Source code for airflow.sensors.weekday

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from airflow.sensors.base import BaseSensorOperator
from airflow.utils import timezone
from airflow.utils.context import Context
from airflow.utils.weekday import WeekDay

[docs]class DayOfWeekSensor(BaseSensorOperator): """ Waits until the first specified day of the week. For example, if the execution day of the task is '2018-12-22' (Saturday) and you pass 'FRIDAY', the task will wait until next Friday. **Example** (with single day): :: weekend_check = DayOfWeekSensor( task_id='weekend_check', week_day='Saturday', use_task_execution_day=True, dag=dag) **Example** (with multiple day using set): :: weekend_check = DayOfWeekSensor( task_id='weekend_check', week_day={'Saturday', 'Sunday'}, use_task_execution_day=True, dag=dag) **Example** (with :class:`~airflow.utils.weekday.WeekDay` enum): :: # import WeekDay Enum from airflow.utils.weekday import WeekDay weekend_check = DayOfWeekSensor( task_id='weekend_check', week_day={WeekDay.SATURDAY, WeekDay.SUNDAY}, use_task_execution_day=True, dag=dag) :param week_day: Day of the week to check (full name). Optionally, a set of days can also be provided using a set. Example values: * ``"MONDAY"``, * ``{"Saturday", "Sunday"}`` * ``{WeekDay.TUESDAY}`` * ``{WeekDay.SATURDAY, WeekDay.SUNDAY}`` :param use_task_execution_day: If ``True``, uses task's execution day to compare with week_day. Execution Date is Useful for backfilling. If ``False``, uses system's day of the week. Useful when you don't want to run anything on weekdays on the system. """ def __init__(self, *, week_day, use_task_execution_day=False, **kwargs): super().__init__(**kwargs) self.week_day = week_day self.use_task_execution_day = use_task_execution_day self._week_day_num = WeekDay.validate_week_day(week_day)
[docs] def poke(self, context: Context): 'Poking until weekday is in %s, Today is %s', self.week_day, WeekDay(timezone.utcnow().isoweekday()).name, ) if self.use_task_execution_day: return context['logical_date'].isoweekday() in self._week_day_num else: return timezone.utcnow().isoweekday() in self._week_day_num

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