Source code for apache_beam.transforms.ptransform

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"""PTransform and descendants.

A PTransform is an object describing (not executing) a computation. The actual
execution semantics for a transform is captured by a runner object. A transform
object always belongs to a pipeline object.

A PTransform derived class needs to define the expand() method that describes
how one or more PValues are created by the transform.

The module defines a few standard transforms: FlatMap (parallel do),
GroupByKey (group by key), etc. Note that the expand() methods for these
classes contain code that will add nodes to the processing graph associated
with a pipeline.

As support for the FlatMap transform, the module also defines a DoFn
class and wrapper class that allows lambda functions to be used as
FlatMap processing functions.

from __future__ import absolute_import

import contextlib
import copy
import itertools
import operator
import os
import sys
import threading
from builtins import hex
from builtins import object
from builtins import zip
from functools import reduce
from functools import wraps

from google.protobuf import message

from apache_beam import error
from apache_beam import pvalue
from apache_beam.internal import pickler
from apache_beam.internal import util
from apache_beam.portability import python_urns
from apache_beam.transforms.display import DisplayDataItem
from apache_beam.transforms.display import HasDisplayData
from apache_beam.typehints import typehints
from apache_beam.typehints.decorators import TypeCheckError
from apache_beam.typehints.decorators import WithTypeHints
from apache_beam.typehints.decorators import getcallargs_forhints
from apache_beam.typehints.decorators import getfullargspec
from apache_beam.typehints.trivial_inference import instance_to_type
from apache_beam.typehints.typehints import validate_composite_type_param
from apache_beam.utils import proto_utils

__all__ = [

class _PValueishTransform(object):
  """Visitor for PValueish objects.

  A PValueish is a PValue, or list, tuple, dict of PValuesish objects.

  This visits a PValueish, contstructing a (possibly mutated) copy.
  def visit_nested(self, node, *args):
    if isinstance(node, (tuple, list)):
      args = [self.visit(x, *args) for x in node]
      if isinstance(node, tuple) and hasattr(node.__class__, '_make'):
        # namedtuples require unpacked arguments in their constructor
        return node.__class__(*args)
        return node.__class__(args)
    elif isinstance(node, dict):
      return node.__class__(
          {key: self.visit(value, *args) for (key, value) in node.items()})
      return node

class _SetInputPValues(_PValueishTransform):
  def visit(self, node, replacements):
    if id(node) in replacements:
      return replacements[id(node)]
      return self.visit_nested(node, replacements)

# Caches to allow for materialization of values when executing a pipeline
# in-process, in eager mode.  This cache allows the same _MaterializedResult
# object to be accessed and used despite Runner API round-trip serialization.
_pipeline_materialization_cache = {}
_pipeline_materialization_lock = threading.Lock()

def _allocate_materialized_pipeline(pipeline):
  pid = os.getpid()
  with _pipeline_materialization_lock:
    pipeline_id = id(pipeline)
    _pipeline_materialization_cache[(pid, pipeline_id)] = {}

def _allocate_materialized_result(pipeline):
  pid = os.getpid()
  with _pipeline_materialization_lock:
    pipeline_id = id(pipeline)
    if (pid, pipeline_id) not in _pipeline_materialization_cache:
      raise ValueError('Materialized pipeline is not allocated for result '
    result_id = len(_pipeline_materialization_cache[(pid, pipeline_id)])
    result = _MaterializedResult(pipeline_id, result_id)
    _pipeline_materialization_cache[(pid, pipeline_id)][result_id] = result
    return result

def _get_materialized_result(pipeline_id, result_id):
  pid = os.getpid()
  with _pipeline_materialization_lock:
    if (pid, pipeline_id) not in _pipeline_materialization_cache:
      raise Exception(
          'Materialization in out-of-process and remote runners is not yet '
    return _pipeline_materialization_cache[(pid, pipeline_id)][result_id]

def _release_materialized_pipeline(pipeline):
  pid = os.getpid()
  with _pipeline_materialization_lock:
    pipeline_id = id(pipeline)
    del _pipeline_materialization_cache[(pid, pipeline_id)]

class _MaterializedResult(object):
  def __init__(self, pipeline_id, result_id):
    self._pipeline_id = pipeline_id
    self._result_id = result_id
    self.elements = []

  def __reduce__(self):
    # When unpickled (during Runner API roundtrip serailization), get the
    # _MaterializedResult object from the cache so that values are written
    # to the original _MaterializedResult when run in eager mode.
    return (_get_materialized_result, (self._pipeline_id, self._result_id))

class _MaterializedDoOutputsTuple(pvalue.DoOutputsTuple):
  def __init__(self, deferred, results_by_tag):
    super(_MaterializedDoOutputsTuple, self).__init__(
        None, None, deferred._tags, deferred._main_tag)
    self._deferred = deferred
    self._results_by_tag = results_by_tag

  def __getitem__(self, tag):
    if tag not in self._results_by_tag:
      raise KeyError(
          'Tag %r is not a a defined output tag of %s.' % (
              tag, self._deferred))
    return self._results_by_tag[tag].elements

class _AddMaterializationTransforms(_PValueishTransform):

  def _materialize_transform(self, pipeline):
    result = _allocate_materialized_result(pipeline)

    # Need to define _MaterializeValuesDoFn here to avoid circular
    # dependencies.
    from apache_beam import DoFn
    from apache_beam import ParDo

    class _MaterializeValuesDoFn(DoFn):
      def process(self, element):

    materialization_label = '_MaterializeValues%d' % result._result_id
    return (materialization_label >> ParDo(_MaterializeValuesDoFn()),

  def visit(self, node):
    if isinstance(node, pvalue.PValue):
      transform, result = self._materialize_transform(node.pipeline)
      node | transform
      return result
    elif isinstance(node, pvalue.DoOutputsTuple):
      results_by_tag = {}
      for tag in itertools.chain([node._main_tag], node._tags):
        results_by_tag[tag] = self.visit(node[tag])
      return _MaterializedDoOutputsTuple(node, results_by_tag)
      return self.visit_nested(node)

class _FinalizeMaterialization(_PValueishTransform):
  def visit(self, node):
    if isinstance(node, _MaterializedResult):
      return node.elements
    elif isinstance(node, _MaterializedDoOutputsTuple):
      return node
      return self.visit_nested(node)

class _GetPValues(_PValueishTransform):
  def visit(self, node, pvalues):
    if isinstance(node, (pvalue.PValue, pvalue.DoOutputsTuple)):
      self.visit_nested(node, pvalues)

def get_nested_pvalues(pvalueish):
  pvalues = []
  _GetPValues().visit(pvalueish, pvalues)
  return pvalues

def get_nested_pvalues0(pvalueish):
  if isinstance(pvalueish, (tuple, list)):
    tagged_values = enumerate(pvalueish)
  if isinstance(pvalueish, dict):
    tagged_values = pvalueish.items()
    yield None, pvalueish

  for tag, subvalue in tagged_values:
    for subtag, subsubvalue in get_nested_pvalues(subvalue):
      if subtag is None:
        yield tag, subsubvalue
        yield '%s.%s' % (tag, subsubvalue), subsubvalue

class _ZipPValues(object):
  """Pairs each PValue in a pvalueish with a value in a parallel out sibling.

  Sibling should have the same nested structure as pvalueish.  Leaves in
  sibling are expanded across nested pvalueish lists, tuples, and dicts.
  For example

      ZipPValues().visit({'a': pc1, 'b': (pc2, pc3)},
                         {'a': 'A', 'b', 'B'})

  will return

      [('a', pc1, 'A'), ('b', pc2, 'B'), ('b', pc3, 'B')]

  def visit(self, pvalueish, sibling, pairs=None, context=None):
    if pairs is None:
      pairs = []
      self.visit(pvalueish, sibling, pairs, context)
      return pairs
    elif isinstance(pvalueish, (pvalue.PValue, pvalue.DoOutputsTuple)):
      pairs.append((context, pvalueish, sibling))
    elif isinstance(pvalueish, (list, tuple)):
      self.visit_sequence(pvalueish, sibling, pairs, context)
    elif isinstance(pvalueish, dict):
      self.visit_dict(pvalueish, sibling, pairs, context)

  def visit_sequence(self, pvalueish, sibling, pairs, context):
    if isinstance(sibling, (list, tuple)):
      for ix, (p, s) in enumerate(zip(
          pvalueish, list(sibling) + [None] * len(pvalueish))):
        self.visit(p, s, pairs, 'position %s' % ix)
      for p in pvalueish:
        self.visit(p, sibling, pairs, context)

  def visit_dict(self, pvalueish, sibling, pairs, context):
    if isinstance(sibling, dict):
      for key, p in pvalueish.items():
        self.visit(p, sibling.get(key), pairs, key)
      for p in pvalueish.values():
        self.visit(p, sibling, pairs, context)

[docs]class PTransform(WithTypeHints, HasDisplayData): """A transform object used to modify one or more PCollections. Subclasses must define an expand() method that will be used when the transform is applied to some arguments. Typical usage pattern will be: input | CustomTransform(...) The expand() method of the CustomTransform object passed in will be called with input as an argument. """ # By default, transforms don't have any side inputs. side_inputs = () # Used for nullary transforms. pipeline = None # Default is unset. _user_label = None def __init__(self, label=None): super(PTransform, self).__init__() self.label = label @property def label(self): return self._user_label or self.default_label() @label.setter def label(self, value): self._user_label = value
[docs] def default_label(self): return self.__class__.__name__
[docs] def with_input_types(self, input_type_hint): """Annotates the input type of a :class:`PTransform` with a type-hint. Args: input_type_hint (type): An instance of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or an instance of a :class:`~apache_beam.typehints.typehints.TypeConstraint`. Raises: ~exceptions.TypeError: If **input_type_hint** is not a valid type-hint. See :obj:`apache_beam.typehints.typehints.validate_composite_type_param()` for further details. Returns: PTransform: A reference to the instance of this particular :class:`PTransform` object. This allows chaining type-hinting related methods. """ validate_composite_type_param(input_type_hint, 'Type hints for a PTransform') return super(PTransform, self).with_input_types(input_type_hint)
[docs] def with_output_types(self, type_hint): """Annotates the output type of a :class:`PTransform` with a type-hint. Args: type_hint (type): An instance of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or a :class:`~apache_beam.typehints.typehints.TypeConstraint`. Raises: ~exceptions.TypeError: If **type_hint** is not a valid type-hint. See :obj:`~apache_beam.typehints.typehints.validate_composite_type_param()` for further details. Returns: PTransform: A reference to the instance of this particular :class:`PTransform` object. This allows chaining type-hinting related methods. """ validate_composite_type_param(type_hint, 'Type hints for a PTransform') return super(PTransform, self).with_output_types(type_hint)
[docs] def type_check_inputs(self, pvalueish): self.type_check_inputs_or_outputs(pvalueish, 'input')
[docs] def infer_output_type(self, unused_input_type): return self.get_type_hints().simple_output_type(self.label) or typehints.Any
[docs] def type_check_outputs(self, pvalueish): self.type_check_inputs_or_outputs(pvalueish, 'output')
[docs] def type_check_inputs_or_outputs(self, pvalueish, input_or_output): hints = getattr(self.get_type_hints(), input_or_output + '_types') if not hints: return arg_hints, kwarg_hints = hints if arg_hints and kwarg_hints: raise TypeCheckError( 'PTransform cannot have both positional and keyword type hints ' 'without overriding %s._type_check_%s()' % ( self.__class__, input_or_output)) root_hint = ( arg_hints[0] if len(arg_hints) == 1 else arg_hints or kwarg_hints) for context, pvalue_, hint in _ZipPValues().visit(pvalueish, root_hint): if pvalue_.element_type is None: # TODO(robertwb): It's a bug that we ever get here. (typecheck) continue if hint and not typehints.is_consistent_with(pvalue_.element_type, hint): at_context = ' %s %s' % (input_or_output, context) if context else '' raise TypeCheckError( '%s type hint violation at %s%s: expected %s, got %s' % ( input_or_output.title(), self.label, at_context, hint, pvalue_.element_type))
def _infer_output_coder(self, input_type=None, input_coder=None): """Returns the output coder to use for output of this transform. Note: this API is experimental and is subject to change; please do not rely on behavior induced by this method. The Coder returned here should not be wrapped in a WindowedValueCoder wrapper. Args: input_type: An instance of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or a typehints.TypeConstraint for the input type, or None if not available. input_coder: Coder object for encoding input to this PTransform, or None if not available. Returns: Coder object for encoding output of this PTransform or None if unknown. """ # TODO(ccy): further refine this API. return None def _clone(self, new_label): """Clones the current transform instance under a new label.""" transform = copy.copy(self) transform.label = new_label return transform
[docs] def expand(self, input_or_inputs): raise NotImplementedError
def __str__(self): return '<%s>' % self._str_internal() def __repr__(self): return '<%s at %s>' % (self._str_internal(), hex(id(self))) def _str_internal(self): return '%s(PTransform)%s%s%s' % ( self.__class__.__name__, ' label=[%s]' % self.label if (hasattr(self, 'label') and self.label) else '', ' inputs=%s' % str(self.inputs) if (hasattr(self, 'inputs') and self.inputs) else '', ' side_inputs=%s' % str(self.side_inputs) if self.side_inputs else '') def _check_pcollection(self, pcoll): if not isinstance(pcoll, pvalue.PCollection): raise error.TransformError('Expecting a PCollection argument.') if not pcoll.pipeline: raise error.TransformError('PCollection not part of a pipeline.')
[docs] def get_windowing(self, inputs): """Returns the window function to be associated with transform's output. By default most transforms just return the windowing function associated with the input PCollection (or the first input if several). """ # TODO(robertwb): Assert all input WindowFns compatible. return inputs[0].windowing
def __rrshift__(self, label): return _NamedPTransform(self, label) def __or__(self, right): """Used to compose PTransforms, e.g., ptransform1 | ptransform2.""" if isinstance(right, PTransform): return _ChainedPTransform(self, right) return NotImplemented def __ror__(self, left, label=None): """Used to apply this PTransform to non-PValues, e.g., a tuple.""" pvalueish, pvalues = self._extract_input_pvalues(left) pipelines = [v.pipeline for v in pvalues if isinstance(v, pvalue.PValue)] if pvalues and not pipelines: deferred = False # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position from apache_beam import pipeline from apache_beam.options.pipeline_options import PipelineOptions # pylint: enable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position p = pipeline.Pipeline( 'DirectRunner', PipelineOptions(sys.argv)) else: if not pipelines: if self.pipeline is not None: p = self.pipeline else: raise ValueError('"%s" requires a pipeline to be specified ' 'as there are no deferred inputs.'% self.label) else: p = self.pipeline or pipelines[0] for pp in pipelines: if p != pp: raise ValueError( 'Mixing value from different pipelines not allowed.') deferred = not getattr(p.runner, 'is_eager', False) # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position from apache_beam.transforms.core import Create # pylint: enable=wrong-import-order, wrong-import-position replacements = {id(v): p | 'CreatePInput%s' % ix >> Create(v) for ix, v in enumerate(pvalues) if not isinstance(v, pvalue.PValue) and v is not None} pvalueish = _SetInputPValues().visit(pvalueish, replacements) self.pipeline = p result = p.apply(self, pvalueish, label) if deferred: return result _allocate_materialized_pipeline(p) materialized_result = _AddMaterializationTransforms().visit(result) _release_materialized_pipeline(p) return _FinalizeMaterialization().visit(materialized_result) def _extract_input_pvalues(self, pvalueish): """Extract all the pvalues contained in the input pvalueish. Returns pvalueish as well as the flat inputs list as the input may have to be copied as inspection may be destructive. By default, recursively extracts tuple components and dict values. Generally only needs to be overriden for multi-input PTransforms. """ # pylint: disable=wrong-import-order from apache_beam import pipeline # pylint: enable=wrong-import-order if isinstance(pvalueish, pipeline.Pipeline): pvalueish = pvalue.PBegin(pvalueish) def _dict_tuple_leaves(pvalueish): if isinstance(pvalueish, tuple): for a in pvalueish: for p in _dict_tuple_leaves(a): yield p elif isinstance(pvalueish, dict): for a in pvalueish.values(): for p in _dict_tuple_leaves(a): yield p else: yield pvalueish return pvalueish, tuple(_dict_tuple_leaves(pvalueish)) def _pvaluish_from_dict(self, input_dict): if len(input_dict) == 1: return next(iter(input_dict.values())) else: return input_dict _known_urns = {}
[docs] @classmethod def register_urn(cls, urn, parameter_type, constructor=None): def register(constructor): if isinstance(constructor, type): constructor.from_runner_api_parameter = register( constructor.from_runner_api_parameter) # pylint isn't smart enough to recognize when this is used # on a class or a method, and will emit a no-self-warning # in the latter case. Rather than suppressing this at each # use, we fool it here through some dynamic patching that # pylint will also not understand. @contextlib.contextmanager def fake_static_method(): actual_static_method = staticmethod globals()['staticmethod'] = lambda x: x yield globals()['staticmethod'] = actual_static_method with fake_static_method(): return staticmethod(constructor) else: cls._known_urns[urn] = parameter_type, constructor return staticmethod(constructor) if constructor: # Used as a statement. register(constructor) else: # Used as a decorator. return register
[docs] def to_runner_api(self, context, has_parts=False): from apache_beam.portability.api import beam_runner_api_pb2 urn, typed_param = self.to_runner_api_parameter(context) if urn == python_urns.GENERIC_COMPOSITE_TRANSFORM and not has_parts: # TODO(BEAM-3812): Remove this fallback. urn, typed_param = self.to_runner_api_pickled(context) return beam_runner_api_pb2.FunctionSpec( urn=urn, payload=typed_param.SerializeToString() if isinstance(typed_param, message.Message) else typed_param.encode('utf-8') if isinstance(typed_param, str) else typed_param)
[docs] @classmethod def from_runner_api(cls, proto, context): if proto is None or not proto.urn: return None parameter_type, constructor = cls._known_urns[proto.urn] try: return constructor( proto_utils.parse_Bytes(proto.payload, parameter_type), context) except Exception: if context.allow_proto_holders: # For external transforms we cannot build a Python ParDo object so # we build a holder transform instead. from apache_beam.transforms.core import RunnerAPIPTransformHolder return RunnerAPIPTransformHolder(proto) raise
[docs] def to_runner_api_parameter(self, unused_context): # The payload here is just to ease debugging. return (python_urns.GENERIC_COMPOSITE_TRANSFORM, getattr(self, '_fn_api_payload', str(self)))
[docs] def to_runner_api_pickled(self, unused_context): return (python_urns.PICKLED_TRANSFORM, pickler.dumps(self))
[docs] def runner_api_requires_keyed_input(self): return False
@PTransform.register_urn(python_urns.GENERIC_COMPOSITE_TRANSFORM, None) def _create_transform(payload, unused_context): empty_transform = PTransform() empty_transform._fn_api_payload = payload return empty_transform @PTransform.register_urn(python_urns.PICKLED_TRANSFORM, None) def _unpickle_transform(pickled_bytes, unused_context): return pickler.loads(pickled_bytes) class _ChainedPTransform(PTransform): def __init__(self, *parts): super(_ChainedPTransform, self).__init__(label=self._chain_label(parts)) self._parts = parts def _chain_label(self, parts): return '|'.join(p.label for p in parts) def __or__(self, right): if isinstance(right, PTransform): # Create a flat list rather than a nested tree of composite # transforms for better monitoring, etc. return _ChainedPTransform(*(self._parts + (right,))) return NotImplemented def expand(self, pval): return reduce(operator.or_, self._parts, pval) class PTransformWithSideInputs(PTransform): """A superclass for any :class:`PTransform` (e.g. :func:`~apache_beam.transforms.core.FlatMap` or :class:`~apache_beam.transforms.core.CombineFn`) invoking user code. :class:`PTransform` s like :func:`~apache_beam.transforms.core.FlatMap` invoke user-supplied code in some kind of package (e.g. a :class:`~apache_beam.transforms.core.DoFn`) and optionally provide arguments and side inputs to that code. This internal-use-only class contains common functionality for :class:`PTransform` s that fit this model. """ def __init__(self, fn, *args, **kwargs): if isinstance(fn, type) and issubclass(fn, WithTypeHints): # Don't treat Fn class objects as callables. raise ValueError('Use %s() not %s.' % (fn.__name__, fn.__name__)) self.fn = self.make_fn(fn, bool(args or kwargs)) # Now that we figure out the label, initialize the super-class. super(PTransformWithSideInputs, self).__init__() if (any([isinstance(v, pvalue.PCollection) for v in args]) or any([isinstance(v, pvalue.PCollection) for v in kwargs.values()])): raise error.SideInputError( 'PCollection used directly as side input argument. Specify ' 'AsIter(pcollection) or AsSingleton(pcollection) to indicate how the ' 'PCollection is to be used.') self.args, self.kwargs, self.side_inputs = util.remove_objects_from_args( args, kwargs, pvalue.AsSideInput) self.raw_side_inputs = args, kwargs # Prevent name collisions with fns of the form '<function <lambda> at ...>' self._cached_fn = self.fn # Ensure fn and side inputs are picklable for remote execution. try: self.fn = pickler.loads(pickler.dumps(self.fn)) except RuntimeError: raise RuntimeError('Unable to pickle fn %s' % self.fn) self.args = pickler.loads(pickler.dumps(self.args)) self.kwargs = pickler.loads(pickler.dumps(self.kwargs)) # For type hints, because loads(dumps(class)) != class. self.fn = self._cached_fn def with_input_types( self, input_type_hint, *side_inputs_arg_hints, **side_input_kwarg_hints): """Annotates the types of main inputs and side inputs for the PTransform. Args: input_type_hint: An instance of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or an instance of a typehints.TypeConstraint. *side_inputs_arg_hints: A variable length argument composed of of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or a typehints.TypeConstraint. **side_input_kwarg_hints: A dictionary argument composed of of an allowed built-in type, a custom class, or a typehints.TypeConstraint. Example of annotating the types of side-inputs:: FlatMap().with_input_types(int, int, bool) Raises: :class:`~exceptions.TypeError`: If **type_hint** is not a valid type-hint. See :func:`~apache_beam.typehints.typehints.validate_composite_type_param` for further details. Returns: :class:`PTransform`: A reference to the instance of this particular :class:`PTransform` object. This allows chaining type-hinting related methods. """ super(PTransformWithSideInputs, self).with_input_types(input_type_hint) for si in side_inputs_arg_hints: validate_composite_type_param(si, 'Type hints for a PTransform') for si in side_input_kwarg_hints.values(): validate_composite_type_param(si, 'Type hints for a PTransform') self.side_inputs_types = side_inputs_arg_hints return WithTypeHints.with_input_types( self, input_type_hint, *side_inputs_arg_hints, **side_input_kwarg_hints) def type_check_inputs(self, pvalueish): type_hints = self.get_type_hints().input_types if type_hints: args, kwargs = self.raw_side_inputs def element_type(side_input): if isinstance(side_input, pvalue.AsSideInput): return side_input.element_type return instance_to_type(side_input) arg_types = [pvalueish.element_type] + [element_type(v) for v in args] kwargs_types = {k: element_type(v) for (k, v) in kwargs.items()} argspec_fn = self._process_argspec_fn() bindings = getcallargs_forhints(argspec_fn, *arg_types, **kwargs_types) hints = getcallargs_forhints(argspec_fn, *type_hints[0], **type_hints[1]) for arg, hint in hints.items(): if arg.startswith('__unknown__'): continue if hint is None: continue if not typehints.is_consistent_with( bindings.get(arg, typehints.Any), hint): raise TypeCheckError( 'Type hint violation for \'%s\': requires %s but got %s for %s' % (self.label, hint, bindings[arg], arg)) def _process_argspec_fn(self): """Returns an argspec of the function actually consuming the data. """ raise NotImplementedError def make_fn(self, fn, has_side_inputs): # TODO(silviuc): Add comment describing that this is meant to be overriden # by methods detecting callables and wrapping them in DoFns. return fn def default_label(self): return '%s(%s)' % (self.__class__.__name__, self.fn.default_label()) class _PTransformFnPTransform(PTransform): """A class wrapper for a function-based transform.""" def __init__(self, fn, *args, **kwargs): super(_PTransformFnPTransform, self).__init__() self._fn = fn self._args = args self._kwargs = kwargs def display_data(self): res = {'fn': (self._fn.__name__ if hasattr(self._fn, '__name__') else self._fn.__class__), 'args': DisplayDataItem(str(self._args)).drop_if_default('()'), 'kwargs': DisplayDataItem(str(self._kwargs)).drop_if_default('{}')} return res def expand(self, pcoll): # Since the PTransform will be implemented entirely as a function # (once called), we need to pass through any type-hinting information that # may have been annotated via the .with_input_types() and # .with_output_types() methods. kwargs = dict(self._kwargs) args = tuple(self._args) # TODO(BEAM-5878) Support keyword-only arguments. try: if 'type_hints' in getfullargspec(self._fn).args: args = (self.get_type_hints(),) + args except TypeError: # Might not be a function. pass return self._fn(pcoll, *args, **kwargs) def default_label(self): if self._args: return '%s(%s)' % ( label_from_callable(self._fn), label_from_callable(self._args[0])) return label_from_callable(self._fn)
[docs]def ptransform_fn(fn): """A decorator for a function-based PTransform. Experimental; no backwards-compatibility guarantees. Args: fn: A function implementing a custom PTransform. Returns: A CallablePTransform instance wrapping the function-based PTransform. This wrapper provides an alternative, simpler way to define a PTransform. The standard method is to subclass from PTransform and override the expand() method. An equivalent effect can be obtained by defining a function that an input PCollection and additional optional arguments and returns a resulting PCollection. For example:: @ptransform_fn def CustomMapper(pcoll, mapfn): return pcoll | ParDo(mapfn) The equivalent approach using PTransform subclassing:: class CustomMapper(PTransform): def __init__(self, mapfn): super(CustomMapper, self).__init__() self.mapfn = mapfn def expand(self, pcoll): return pcoll | ParDo(self.mapfn) With either method the custom PTransform can be used in pipelines as if it were one of the "native" PTransforms:: result_pcoll = input_pcoll | 'Label' >> CustomMapper(somefn) Note that for both solutions the underlying implementation of the pipe operator (i.e., `|`) will inject the pcoll argument in its proper place (first argument if no label was specified and second argument otherwise). """ # TODO(robertwb): Consider removing staticmethod to allow for self parameter. @wraps(fn) def callable_ptransform_factory(*args, **kwargs): return _PTransformFnPTransform(fn, *args, **kwargs) return callable_ptransform_factory
[docs]def label_from_callable(fn): if hasattr(fn, 'default_label'): return fn.default_label() elif hasattr(fn, '__name__'): if fn.__name__ == '<lambda>': return '<lambda at %s:%s>' % ( os.path.basename(fn.__code__.co_filename), fn.__code__.co_firstlineno) return fn.__name__ return str(fn)
class _NamedPTransform(PTransform): def __init__(self, transform, label): super(_NamedPTransform, self).__init__(label) self.transform = transform def __ror__(self, pvalueish, _unused=None): return self.transform.__ror__(pvalueish, self.label) def expand(self, pvalue): raise RuntimeError("Should never be expanded directly.")