Source code for fsi.models.course_subscription

from onegov.core.orm import Base
from onegov.core.orm.types import UUID
from sqlalchemy import Column, ForeignKey, Boolean, Table, Text
from sqlalchemy.orm import relationship
from uuid import uuid4

from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
    import uuid
    from onegov.fsi.request import FsiRequest
    from .course_attendee import CourseAttendee
    from .course_event import CourseEvent

[docs] table_name = 'fsi_reservations'
[docs] subscription_table = Table( table_name, Base.metadata, Column('id', UUID, primary_key=True, default=uuid4), Column('course_event_id', UUID, ForeignKey(''), nullable=False), Column('attendee_id', UUID, ForeignKey('')), # If the attendee completed the event Column('event_completed', Boolean, default=False, nullable=False), Column('dummy_desc', Text), )
[docs] class CourseSubscription(Base): """Linking table between CourseEvent and CourseAttendee. This table is defined in a way such that it can be used for a secondary join in CourseEvent.attendees. attendee_id is Null if its a placeholder subscription. """
[docs] __table__ = subscription_table
[docs] __tablename__ = table_name
[docs] __mapper_args__ = { 'confirm_deleted_rows': False }
if TYPE_CHECKING: # NOTE: We need to forward declare the table columns the mapper will # add on our behalf based on __table__, this is a bit fragile # can we not just use CourseSubscription.__table__ for the # secondary join and use a regular model? id: Column[uuid.UUID] course_event_id: Column[uuid.UUID] attendee_id: Column[uuid.UUID | None] event_completed: Column[bool] dummy_desc: Column[str | None]
[docs] course_event: 'relationship[CourseEvent]' = relationship( 'CourseEvent', back_populates='subscriptions', lazy='joined' )
[docs] attendee: 'relationship[CourseAttendee | None]' = relationship( 'CourseAttendee', back_populates='subscriptions', )
[docs] def is_placeholder(self) -> bool: return self.attendee_id is None
[docs] def can_be_confirmed(self, request: 'FsiRequest') -> bool: if not request.is_admin: return False event = self.course_event return event.is_past and event.status == 'confirmed'
[docs] def __str__(self) -> str: if self.is_placeholder: return f'{self.dummy_desc or ""}' return str(self.attendee)