Transaction

Wrappers to make Revit Transactions work with Python Context Manager.

class rpw.db.Transaction(name=None, doc=Document)

Bases: rpw.base.BaseObjectWrapper

Simplifies transactions by applying Transaction.Start() and Transaction.Commit() before and after the context. Automatically rolls back if exception is raised.

>>> with rpw.db.Transaction('Move Wall'):
>>>     wall.DoSomething()
>>> with rpw.db.Transaction('Move Wall') as t:
>>>     wall.DoSomething()
>>>     assert t == DB.TransactionStatus.Started  # True
>>> assert t == DB.TransactionStatus.Committed    # True
Wrapped Element:
self._revit_object = Revit.DB.Transaction
static ensure(name)

Transaction Manager Decorator

Decorate any function with @Transaction.ensure('Transaction Name') and the funciton will run within a Transaction Context.

Parameters:name (str) – Name of the Transaction
>>> @rpw.db.Transaction.ensure('Do Something')
>>> def set_some_parameter(wall, value):
>>>     wall.parameters['Comments'].value = value
>>>
>>> set_some_parameter(wall, value)

Implementation

import traceback
from rpw import revit, DB
from rpw.base import BaseObjectWrapper
from rpw.exceptions import RpwException
from rpw.utils.logger import logger


class Transaction(BaseObjectWrapper):
    """
    Simplifies transactions by applying ``Transaction.Start()`` and
    ``Transaction.Commit()`` before and after the context.
    Automatically rolls back if exception is raised.

    >>> with rpw.db.Transaction('Move Wall'):
    >>>     wall.DoSomething()

    >>> with rpw.db.Transaction('Move Wall') as t:
    >>>     wall.DoSomething()
    >>>     assert t == DB.TransactionStatus.Started  # True
    >>> assert t == DB.TransactionStatus.Committed    # True

    Wrapped Element:
        self._revit_object = `Revit.DB.Transaction`

    """

    _revit_object_class = DB.Transaction

    def __init__(self, name=None, doc=revit.doc):
        if name is None:
            name = 'RPW Transaction'
        super(Transaction, self).__init__(DB.Transaction(doc, name))
        self.transaction = self._revit_object

    def __enter__(self):
        self.transaction.Start()
        return self

    def __exit__(self, exception, exception_msg, tb):
        if exception:
            self.transaction.RollBack()
            logger.error('Error in Transaction Context: has rolled back.')
            # traceback.print_tb(tb)
            # raise exception # Let exception through
        else:
            try:
                self.transaction.Commit()
            except Exception as exc:
                self.transaction.RollBack()
                logger.error('Error in Transaction Commit: has rolled back.')
                logger.error(exc)
                raise

    @staticmethod
    def ensure(name):
        """ Transaction Manager Decorator

        Decorate any function with ``@Transaction.ensure('Transaction Name')``
        and the funciton will run within a Transaction Context.

        Args:
            name (str): Name of the Transaction

        >>> @rpw.db.Transaction.ensure('Do Something')
        >>> def set_some_parameter(wall, value):
        >>>     wall.parameters['Comments'].value = value
        >>>
        >>> set_some_parameter(wall, value)
        """
        from functools import wraps

        def wrap(f):
            @wraps(f)
            def wrapped_f(*args, **kwargs):
                with Transaction(name):
                    return_value = f(*args, **kwargs)
                return return_value
            return wrapped_f
        return wrap

    # TODO: Add  __repr__ with Transaction Status
    # TODO: Merge Transaction Status
    # TODO: add check for if transaction is in progress, especially for ensure
    # TODO: add ensure to TransactionGroup


class TransactionGroup(BaseObjectWrapper):
    """
    Similar to Transaction, but for ``DB.Transaction Group``

    >>> with rpw.TransacationGroup('Do Major Task'):
    >>>     with rpw.db.Transaction('Do Task'):
    >>>         # Do Stuff

    >>> with rpw.TransacationGroup('Do Major Task', assimilate=False):
    >>>     with rpw.db.Transaction('Do Task'):
    >>>         # Do Stuff
    """

    _revit_object_class = DB.TransactionGroup

    def __init__(self, name=None, assimilate=True, doc=revit.doc):
        """
            Args:
                name (str): Name of the Transaction
                assimilate (bool): If assimilates is ``True``, transaction history is `squashed`.
        """
        if name is None:
            name = 'RPW Transaction Group'
        super(TransactionGroup, self).__init__(DB.TransactionGroup(doc, name))
        self.transaction_group = self._revit_object
        self.assimilate = assimilate

    def __enter__(self):
        self.transaction_group.Start()
        return self.transaction_group

    def __exit__(self, exception, exception_msg, tb):
        if exception:
            self.transaction_group.RollBack()
            logger.error('Error in TransactionGroup Context: has rolled back.')
        else:
            try:
                if self.assimilate:
                    self.transaction_group.Assimilate()
                else:
                    self.transaction_group.Commit()
            except Exception as exc:
                self.transaction_group.RollBack()
                logger.error('Error in TransactionGroup Commit: has rolled back.')
                logger.error(exc)
                raise exc


class DynamoTransaction(object):

    # TODO: Use Dynamo Transaction when HOST is 'Dynamo'

    def __init__(self, name):
        raise NotImplemented
    #     from rpw import TransactionManager
    #     self.transaction = TransactionManager.Instance
    #
    # def __enter__(self):
    #     self.transaction.EnsureInTransaction(doc)
    #
    # def __exit__(self, exception, exception_msg, traceback):
    #     if exception:
    #         pass # self.transaction.RollBack()
    #     else:
    #         try:
    #             self.transaction.TransactionTaskDone()
    #         except:
    #             try:
    #                 self.transaction.ForceCloseTransaction()
    #             except:
    #                 raise RpwException('Failed to complete transaction')