Source code for parsons.airtable.airtable

from airtable import Airtable as client
from parsons.etl import Table
from parsons.utilities import check_env
import logging

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

[docs]class Airtable(object): """ `Args:` base_key: str The key of the Airtable base that you will interact with. table_name: str The name of the table in the base. The table name is the equivilant of the sheet name in Excel or GoogleDocs. personal_access_token: str The Airtable personal access token. Not required if ``AIRTABLE_PERSONAL_ACCESS_TOKEN`` env variable set. """ def __init__(self, base_key, table_name, personal_access_token=None): self.personal_access_token = check_env.check( "AIRTABLE_PERSONAL_ACCESS_TOKEN", personal_access_token ) self.client = client(base_key, table_name, self.personal_access_token)
[docs] def get_record(self, record_id): """ Returns a single record. `Args:` record_id: str The Airtable record id `Returns:` A dictionary of the record """ return self.client.get(record_id)
[docs] def get_records( self, fields=None, max_records=None, view=None, formula=None, sort=None, sample_size=None, ): """ `Args:` fields: str or lst Only return specified column or list of columns. The column name is case sensitive max_records: int The maximum total number of records that will be returned. view: str If set, only the records in that view will be returned. The records will be sorted according to the order of the view. formula: str The formula will be evaluated for each record, and if the result is not 0, false, "", NaN, [], or #Error! the record will be included in the response. If combined with view, only records in that view which satisfy the formula will be returned. For example, to only include records where ``COLUMN_A`` isn't empty, pass in: ``"NOT({COLUMN_A}='')"`` For more information see `Airtable Docs on formulas. <>`_ Usage - Text Column is not empty: ``airtable.get_all(formula="NOT({COLUMN_A}='')")`` Usage - Text Column contains: ``airtable.get_all(formula="FIND('SomeSubText', {COLUMN_STR})=1")`` sort: str or lst Specifies how the records will be ordered. If you set the view parameter, the returned records in that view will be sorted by these fields. If sorting by multiple columns, column names can be passed as a list. Sorting Direction is ascending by default, but can be reversed by prefixing the column name with a minus sign -. Example usage: ``airtable.get_records(sort=['ColumnA', '-ColumnB'])`` sample_size: int Number of rows to sample before determining columns `Returns:` Parsons Table See :ref:`parsons-table` for output options. """ if isinstance(fields, str): fields = [fields] # Raises an error if sort is None type. Thus, only adding if populated. kwargs = { "fields": fields, "max_records": max_records, "view": view, "formula": formula, } if sort: kwargs["sort"] = sort tbl = Table(self.client.get_all(**kwargs)) # If the results are empty, then return an empty table. if "fields" not in tbl.columns: return Table([[]]) unpack_dicts_kwargs = { "column": "fields", "prepend": False, } if fields: unpack_dicts_kwargs["keys"] = fields if sample_size: unpack_dicts_kwargs["sample_size"] = sample_size return tbl.unpack_dict(**unpack_dicts_kwargs)
[docs] def insert_record(self, row): """ Insert a single record into an Airtable. `Args:` row: dict Fields to insert. Must be dictionary with Column names as Key. typecast: boolean Automatic data conversion from string values. `Returns:` Dictionary of inserted row """ resp = self.client.insert(row)"Record inserted") return resp
[docs] def insert_records(self, table, typecast=False): """ Insert multiple records into an Airtable. The columns in your Parsons table must exist in the Airtable. The method will attempt to map based on column name, so the order of the columns is irrelevant. `Args:` table: A Parsons Table or list of dicts Insert a Parsons table or list typecast: boolean Automatic data conversion from string values. `Returns:` List of dictionaries of inserted rows """ if isinstance(table, Table): table = table.to_dicts() resp = self.client.batch_insert(table, typecast=typecast)"{len(table)} records inserted.") return resp
[docs] def update_record(self, record_id, fields, typecast=False): """ Updates a record by its record id. Only Fields passed are updated, the rest are left as is. `Args:` record_id: str The Airtable record id fields: dict Fields to insert. Must be dictionary with Column names as Key. typecast: boolean Automatic data conversion from string values. `Returns:` ``None`` """ resp = self.client.update(record_id, fields, typecast=typecast)"{record_id} updated") return resp