# Copyright (c) 2002 Nexedi SARL and Contributors. All Rights Reserved.
#                    Jean-Paul Smets-Solanes <jp@nexedi.com>
# WARNING: This program as such is intended to be used by professional
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from copy import deepcopy
from collections import defaultdict
from Products.CMFCore.CatalogTool import CatalogTool as CMFCoreCatalogTool
from Products.ZSQLCatalog.ZSQLCatalog import ZCatalog
from Products.ZSQLCatalog.SQLCatalog import Query, ComplexQuery, SimpleQuery
from Products.ERP5Type import Permissions
from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo, getSecurityManager
from AccessControl.User import system as system_user
from Products.CMFCore.utils import UniqueObject, _getAuthenticatedUser, getToolByName
from Products.ERP5Type.Globals import InitializeClass, DTMLFile
from Acquisition import aq_base, aq_inner, aq_parent, ImplicitAcquisitionWrapper
from Products.CMFActivity.ActiveObject import ActiveObject
from Products.ERP5Type.TransactionalVariable import getTransactionalVariable
from AccessControl.PermissionRole import rolesForPermissionOn
from MethodObject import Method
from Products.ERP5Security import mergedLocalRoles
from Products.ERP5Security.ERP5UserManager import SUPER_USER
from Products.ERP5Type.Utils import sqlquote
import warnings
from _mysql_exceptions import ProgrammingError
from MySQLdb.constants.ER import NO_SUCH_TABLE
DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME = 'z_related_'
# Negative as it's used as a slice end offset
class IndexableObjectWrapper(object):
    def __init__(self, ob):
        self.__ob = ob
    def __getattr__(self, name):
        return getattr(self.__ob, name)
    # We need to update the uid during the cataloging process
    uid = property(lambda self: self.__ob.getUid(),
                   lambda self, value: setattr(self.__ob, 'uid', value))
    def _getSecurityParameterList(self):
      result = self.__dict__.get('_cache_result', None)
      if result is None:
        ob = self.__ob
        # For each group or user, we have a list of roles, this list
        # give in this order : [roles on object, roles acquired on the parent,
        # roles acquired on the parent of the parent....]
        # So if we have ['-Author','Author'] we should remove the role 'Author'
        # but if we have ['Author','-Author'] we have to keep the role 'Author'
        localroles = {}
        skip_role_set = set()
        skip_role = skip_role_set.add
        clear_skip_role = skip_role_set.clear
        for key, role_list in mergedLocalRoles(ob).iteritems():
          new_role_list = []
          new_role = new_role_list.append
          for role in role_list:
            if role[:1] == '-':
            elif role not in skip_role_set:
          if len(new_role_list)>0:
            localroles[key] = new_role_list
        portal = ob.getPortalObject()
        role_dict = dict(portal.portal_catalog.getSQLCatalog().\
        getUserById = portal.acl_users.getUserById
        allowed_dict = dict()
        # For each local role of a user:
        #   If the local role grants View permission, add it.
        # Every addition implies 2 lines:
        #   user:<user_id>
        #   user:<user_id>:<role_id>
        # A line must not be present twice in final result.
        allowed_role_set = set(rolesForPermissionOn('View', ob))
        # XXX the permission name is included by default for verbose
        # logging of security errors, but the catalog does not need to
        # index it. Unfortunately, rolesForPermissionOn does not have
        # an option to disable this behavior at calling time, so
        # discard it explicitly.
        # XXX Owner is hardcoded, in order to prevent searching for user on the
        # site root.
        # XXX make this a method of base ?
        local_roles_group_id_group_id = deepcopy(getattr(ob,
          '__ac_local_roles_group_id_dict__', dict()))
        # If we acquire a permission, then we also want to acquire the local
        # roles group ids
        local_roles_container = ob
        while getattr(local_roles_container, 'isRADContent', 0):
          if local_roles_container._getAcquireLocalRoles():
            local_roles_container = local_roles_container.aq_parent
            for role_definition_group, user_and_role_list in \
              local_roles_group_id_group_id.setdefault(role_definition_group, set()
        allowed_by_local_roles_group_id = {}
        allowed_by_local_roles_group_id[''] = allowed_role_set
        user_role_dict = {}
        user_view_permission_role_dict = {}
        optimized_role_set = set()
        # First parse optimized roles and build optimized_role_set
        for role_definition_group, user_and_role_list in local_roles_group_id_group_id.items():
          group_allowed_set = allowed_by_local_roles_group_id.setdefault(
            role_definition_group, set())
          for user, role in user_and_role_list:
            if role in allowed_role_set:
              prefix = 'user:' + user
              group_allowed_set.update((prefix, '%s:%s' % (prefix, role)))
              optimized_role_set.add((user, role))
        # Then parse other roles
        for user, roles in localroles.iteritems():
          prefix = 'user:' + user
          for role in roles:
            if (role in role_dict) and (getUserById(user) is not None):
              # If role is monovalued, check if key is a user.
              # If not, continue to index it in roles_and_users table.
              if (user, role) not in optimized_role_set:
                user_role_dict[role] = user # Only add to user_role_dict if not in optimized_role_set (double check)
              if role in allowed_role_set:
                user_view_permission_role_dict[role] = user
            elif role in allowed_role_set:
              for group in local_roles_group_id_group_id.get(user, ('', )):
                group_allowed_set = allowed_by_local_roles_group_id.setdefault(
                  group, set())
                if (user, role) not in optimized_role_set:
                  # add only if not already added to optimized_role_set to avoid polluting indexation table
                  group_allowed_set.update((prefix, '%s:%s' % (prefix, role)))
        # sort `allowed` principals
        sorted_allowed_by_local_roles_group_id = {}
        for local_roles_group_id, allowed in \
          sorted_allowed_by_local_roles_group_id[local_roles_group_id] = tuple(
        self._cache_result = result = (sorted_allowed_by_local_roles_group_id,
      return result
    def getLocalRolesGroupIdDict(self):
      """Returns a mapping of local roles group id to roles and users with View
      return self._getSecurityParameterList()[0]
    def getAssignee(self):
      """Returns the user ID of the user with 'Assignee' local role on this
      If there is more than one Assignee local role, the result is undefined.
      return self._getSecurityParameterList()[1].get('Assignee', None)
    def getViewPermissionAssignee(self):
      """Returns the user ID of the user with 'Assignee' local role on this
      document, if the Assignee role has View permission.
      If there is more than one Assignee local role, the result is undefined.
      return self._getSecurityParameterList()[2].get('Assignee', None)
    def getViewPermissionAssignor(self):
      """Returns the user ID of the user with 'Assignor' local role on this
      document, if the Assignor role has View permission.
      If there is more than one Assignor local role, the result is undefined.
      return self._getSecurityParameterList()[2].get('Assignor', None)
    def getViewPermissionAssociate(self):
      """Returns the user ID of the user with 'Associate' local role on this
      document, if the Associate role has View permission.
      If there is more than one Associate local role, the result is undefined.
      return self._getSecurityParameterList()[2].get('Associate', None)
    def __repr__(self):
      return '<Products.ERP5Catalog.CatalogTool.IndexableObjectWrapper'\
          ' for %s>' % ('/'.join(self.__ob.getPhysicalPath()), )
class RelatedBaseCategory(Method):
    """A Dynamic Method to act as a related key.
    def __init__(self, id, strict_membership=0, related=0):
      self._id = id
      if strict_membership:
        strict = 'AND %(category_table)s.category_strict_membership = 1\n'
        strict = ''
      # From the point of view of query_table, we are looking up objects...
      if related:
        # ... which have a relation toward us
        # query_table's uid = category table's category_uid
        query_table_side = 'category_uid'
        # category table's uid = foreign_table's uid
        foreign_side = 'uid'
        # ... toward which we have a relation
        # query_table's uid = category table's uid
        query_table_side = 'uid'
        # category table's category_uid = foreign_table's uid
        foreign_side = 'category_uid'
      self._template = """\
%%(category_table)s.base_category_uid = %%(base_category_uid)s
%(strict)sAND %%(foreign_catalog)s.uid = %%(category_table)s.%(foreign_side)s
%%(category_table)s.%(query_table_side)s = %%(query_table)s.uid""" % {
          'strict': strict,
          'foreign_side': foreign_side,
          'query_table_side': query_table_side,
      self._monotable_template = """\
%%(category_table)s.base_category_uid = %%(base_category_uid)s
%(strict)sAND %%(category_table)s.%(query_table_side)s = %%(query_table)s.uid""" % {
          'strict': strict,
          'query_table_side': query_table_side,
    def __call__(self, instance, table_0, table_1=None, query_table='catalog',
      """Create the sql code for this related key."""
      # Note: in normal conditions, our category's uid will not change from
      # one invocation to the next.
      return (
        self._monotable_template if table_1 is None else self._template
      ) % {
        'base_category_uid': instance.getPortalObject().portal_categories.\
        'query_table': query_table,
        'category_table': table_0,
        'foreign_catalog': table_1,
class CatalogTool (UniqueObject, ZCatalog, CMFCoreCatalogTool, ActiveObject):
    This is a ZSQLCatalog that filters catalog queries.
    It is based on ZSQLCatalog
    id = 'portal_catalog'
    meta_type = 'ERP5 Catalog'
    security = ClassSecurityInfo()
    default_result_limit = None
    default_count_limit = 1
    manage_options = ({ 'label' : 'Overview', 'action' : 'manage_overview' },
                     ) + ZCatalog.manage_options
    def __init__(self):
        ZCatalog.__init__(self, self.getId())
    # Explicit Inheritance
    __url = CMFCoreCatalogTool.__url
    manage_catalogFind = CMFCoreCatalogTool.manage_catalogFind
                , 'manage_schema')
    manage_schema = DTMLFile('dtml/manageSchema', globals())
    def getPreferredSQLCatalogId(self, id=None):
      Get the SQL Catalog from preference.
      if id is None:
        # Check if we want to use an archive
        #if getattr(aq_base(self.portal_preferences), 'uid', None) is not None:
        archive_path = self.portal_preferences.getPreferredArchive(sql_catalog_id=self.default_sql_catalog_id)
        if archive_path not in ('', None):
            archive = self.restrictedTraverse(archive_path)
          except KeyError:
            # Do not fail if archive object has been removed,
            # but preference is not up to date
            return None
          if archive is not None:
            catalog_id = archive.getCatalogId()
            if catalog_id not in ('', None):
              return catalog_id
        return None
        return id
    def _listAllowedRolesAndUsers(self, user):
        # We use ERP5Security PAS based authentication
          # check for proxy role in stack
          eo = getSecurityManager()._context.stack[-1]
          proxy_roles = getattr(eo, '_proxy_roles',None)
        except IndexError:
          proxy_roles = None
        if proxy_roles:
          # apply proxy roles
          user = eo.getOwner()
          result = list(proxy_roles)
          result = list(user.getRoles())
        result.append('user:%s' % user.getId())
        # deal with groups
        getGroups = getattr(user, 'getGroups', None)
        if getGroups is not None:
            groups = list(user.getGroups())
            if 'Authenticated' in result:
            for group in groups:
                result.append('user:%s' % group)
        # end groups
        return result
    # Schema Management
    def editColumn(self, column_id, sql_definition, method_id, default_value, REQUEST=None, RESPONSE=None):
        Modifies a schema column of the catalog
      new_schema = []
      for c in self.getIndexList():
        if c.id == index_id:
          new_c = {'id': index_id, 'sql_definition': sql_definition, 'method_id': method_id, 'default_value': default_value}
          new_c = c
    def setColumnList(self, column_list):
      self._sql_schema = column_list
    def getColumnList(self):
      if not hasattr(self, '_sql_schema'): self._sql_schema = []
      return self._sql_schema
    def getColumn(self, column_id):
      for c in self.getColumnList():
        if c.id == column_id:
          return c
      return None
    def editIndex(self, index_id, sql_definition, REQUEST=None, RESPONSE=None):
        Modifies the schema of the catalog
      new_index = []
      for c in self.getIndexList():
        if c.id == index_id:
          new_c = {'id': index_id, 'sql_definition': sql_definition}
          new_c = c
    def setIndexList(self, index_list):
      self._sql_index = index_list
    def getIndexList(self):
      if not hasattr(self, '_sql_index'): self._sql_index = []
      return self._sql_index
    def getIndex(self, index_id):
      for c in self.getIndexList():
        if c.id == index_id:
          return c
      return None
    def getAllowedRolesAndUsers(self, sql_catalog_id=None, **kw):
        Return allowed roles and users.
        This is supposed to be used with Z SQL Methods to check permissions
        when you list up documents. It is also able to take into account
        a parameter named local_roles so that listed documents only include
        those documents for which the user (or the group) was
        associated one of the given local roles.
        The use of getAllowedRolesAndUsers is deprecated, you should use
        getSecurityQuery instead
      user = _getAuthenticatedUser(self)
      user_str = str(user)
      user_is_superuser = (user == system_user) or (user_str == SUPER_USER)
      allowedRolesAndUsers = self._listAllowedRolesAndUsers(user)
      role_column_dict = {}
      local_role_column_dict = {}
      catalog = self.getSQLCatalog(sql_catalog_id)
      column_map = catalog.getColumnMap()
      # We only consider here the Owner role (since it was not indexed)
      # since some objects may only be visible by their owner
      # which was not indexed
      for role, column_id in catalog.getSQLCatalogRoleKeysList():
        # XXX This should be a list
        if not user_is_superuser:
            # if called by an executable with proxy roles, we don't use
            # owner, but only roles from the proxy.
            eo = getSecurityManager()._context.stack[-1]
            proxy_roles = getattr(eo, '_proxy_roles', None)
            if not proxy_roles:
              role_column_dict[column_id] = user_str
          except IndexError:
            role_column_dict[column_id] = user_str
      # Patch for ERP5 by JP Smets in order
      # to implement worklists and search of local roles
      local_roles = kw.get('local_roles', None)
      if local_roles:
        local_role_dict = dict(catalog.getSQLCatalogLocalRoleKeysList())
        role_dict = dict(catalog.getSQLCatalogRoleKeysList())
        # XXX user is not enough - we should also include groups of the user
        new_allowedRolesAndUsers = []
        new_role_column_dict = {}
        # Turn it into a list if necessary according to ';' separator
        if isinstance(local_roles, str):
          local_roles = local_roles.split(';')
        # Local roles now has precedence (since it comes from a WorkList)
        for user_or_group in allowedRolesAndUsers:
          for role in local_roles:
            # Performance optimisation
            if local_role_dict.has_key(role):
              # XXX This should be a list
              # If a given role exists as a column in the catalog,
              # then it is considered as single valued and indexed
              # through the catalog.
              if not user_is_superuser:
                # XXX This should be a list
                # which also includes all user groups
                column_id = local_role_dict[role]
                local_role_column_dict[column_id] = user_str
            if role_dict.has_key(role):
              # XXX This should be a list
              # If a given role exists as a column in the catalog,
              # then it is considered as single valued and indexed
              # through the catalog.
              if not user_is_superuser:
                # XXX This should be a list
                # which also includes all user groups
                column_id = role_dict[role]
                new_role_column_dict[column_id] = user_str
            new_allowedRolesAndUsers.append('%s:%s' % (user_or_group, role))
        if local_role_column_dict == {}:
          allowedRolesAndUsers = new_allowedRolesAndUsers
          role_column_dict = new_role_column_dict
      return allowedRolesAndUsers, role_column_dict, local_role_column_dict
    def getSecurityUidDictAndRoleColumnDict(self, sql_catalog_id=None, **kw):
        Return a dict of local_roles_group_id -> security Uids and a
        dictionnary containing available role columns.
        XXX: This method always uses default catalog. This should not break a
        site as long as security uids are considered consistent among all
      allowedRolesAndUsers, role_column_dict, local_role_column_dict = \
      catalog = self.getSQLCatalog(sql_catalog_id)
      method = getattr(catalog, catalog.sql_search_security, None)
      if allowedRolesAndUsers:
        cache_key = tuple(allowedRolesAndUsers)
        tv = getTransactionalVariable()
          security_uid_cache = tv['getSecurityUidDictAndRoleColumnDict']
        except KeyError:
          security_uid_cache = tv['getSecurityUidDictAndRoleColumnDict'] = {}
          security_uid_dict = security_uid_cache[cache_key]
        except KeyError:
          if method is None:
            warnings.warn("The usage of allowedRolesAndUsers is "\
                          "deprecated. Please update your catalog "\
                          "business template.", DeprecationWarning)
            security_uid_dict = {None: [x.security_uid for x in \
                group_by_expression="security_uid")] }
            # XXX: What with this string transformation ?! Souldn't it be done in
            # dtml instead ? ... yes, but how to be bw compatible ?
            allowedRolesAndUsers = [sqlquote(role) for role in allowedRolesAndUsers]
            security_uid_dict = defaultdict(list)
            for brain in method(security_roles_list=allowedRolesAndUsers):
              security_uid_dict[getattr(brain, 'local_roles_group_id', '')
          security_uid_cache[cache_key] = security_uid_dict
        security_uid_dict = []
      return security_uid_dict, role_column_dict, local_role_column_dict
    def getSecurityQuery(self, query=None, sql_catalog_id=None, **kw):
        Build a query based on allowed roles or on a list of security_uid
        values. The query takes into account the fact that some roles are
        catalogued with columns.
      user = _getAuthenticatedUser(self)
      user_str = str(user)
      user_is_superuser = (user == system_user) or (user_str == SUPER_USER)
      if user_is_superuser:
        # We need no security check for super user.
        return query
      original_query = query
      security_uid_dict, role_column_dict, local_role_column_dict = \
          self.getSecurityUidDictAndRoleColumnDict(sql_catalog_id=sql_catalog_id, **kw)
      role_query = None
      security_uid_query = None
      if role_column_dict:
        query_list = []
        for key, value in role_column_dict.items():
          new_query = Query(**{key : value})
        operator_kw = {'operator': 'OR'}
        role_query = ComplexQuery(*query_list, **operator_kw)
      if security_uid_dict:
        catalog_security_uid_groups_columns_dict = \
        query_list = []
        for local_roles_group_id, security_uid_list in\
          assert security_uid_list
            'operator': 'IN'}))
        security_uid_query = ComplexQuery(*query_list, operator='OR')
      if role_query:
        if security_uid_query:
          # merge
          query = ComplexQuery(security_uid_query, role_query, operator='OR')
          query = role_query
      elif security_uid_query:
        query = security_uid_query
        # XXX A false query has to be generated.
        # As it is not possible to use SQLKey for now, pass impossible value
        # on uid (which will be detected as False by MySQL, as it is not in the
        # column range)
        # Do not pass security_uid_list as empty in order to prevent useless
        # overhead
        query = Query(uid=-1)
      if local_role_column_dict:
        query_list = []
        for key, value in local_role_column_dict.items():
          new_query = Query(**{key : value})
        operator_kw = {'operator': 'AND'}
        local_role_query = ComplexQuery(*query_list, **operator_kw)
        query = ComplexQuery(query, local_role_query, operator='AND')
      if original_query is not None:
        query = ComplexQuery(query, original_query, operator='AND')
      return query
    # searchResults has inherited security assertions.
    def searchResults(self, query=None, **kw):
        Calls ZCatalog.searchResults with extra arguments that
        limit the results to what the user is allowed to see.
        #if not _checkPermission(
        #    Permissions.AccessInactivePortalContent, self):
        #    now = DateTime()
        #    kw[ 'effective' ] = { 'query' : now, 'range' : 'max' }
        #    kw[ 'expires'   ] = { 'query' : now, 'range' : 'min' }
        catalog_id = self.getPreferredSQLCatalogId(kw.pop("sql_catalog_id", None))
        query = self.getSecurityQuery(query=query, sql_catalog_id=catalog_id, **kw)
        kw.setdefault('limit', self.default_result_limit)
        # get catalog from preference
        #LOG("searchResult", INFO, catalog_id)
        #         LOG("searchResult", INFO, ZCatalog.searchResults(self, query=query, sql_catalog_id=catalog_id, src__=1, **kw))
        return ZCatalog.searchResults(self, query=query, sql_catalog_id=catalog_id, **kw)
    __call__ = searchResults
    def unrestrictedSearchResults(self, REQUEST=None, **kw):
        """Calls ZSQLCatalog.searchResults directly without restrictions.
        kw.setdefault('limit', self.default_result_limit)
        return ZCatalog.searchResults(self, REQUEST, **kw)
    # We use a string for permissions here due to circular reference in import
    # from ERP5Type.Permissions
    security.declareProtected('Search ZCatalog', 'getResultValue')
    def getResultValue(self, query=None, **kw):
        A method to factor common code used to search a single
        object in the database.
        kw.setdefault('limit', 1)
        result = self.searchResults(query=query, **kw)
          return result[0].getObject()
        except IndexError:
          return None
    def unrestrictedGetResultValue(self, query=None, **kw):
        A method to factor common code used to search a single
        object in the database. Same as getResultValue but without
        taking into account security.
        kw.setdefault('limit', 1)
        result = self.unrestrictedSearchResults(query=query, **kw)
          return result[0].getObject()
        except IndexError:
          return None
    def countResults(self, query=None, **kw):
            Calls ZCatalog.countResults with extra arguments that
            limit the results to what the user is allowed to see.
        # XXX This needs to be set again
        #if not _checkPermission(
        #    Permissions.AccessInactivePortalContent, self):
        #    base = aq_base(self)
        #    now = DateTime()
        #    #kw[ 'effective' ] = { 'query' : now, 'range' : 'max' }
        #    #kw[ 'expires'   ] = { 'query' : now, 'range' : 'min' }
        catalog_id = self.getPreferredSQLCatalogId(kw.pop("sql_catalog_id", None))
        query = self.getSecurityQuery(query=query, sql_catalog_id=catalog_id, **kw)
        kw.setdefault('limit', self.default_count_limit)
        # get catalog from preference
        return ZCatalog.countResults(self, query=query, sql_catalog_id=catalog_id, **kw)
    def unrestrictedCountResults(self, REQUEST=None, **kw):
        """Calls ZSQLCatalog.countResults directly without restrictions.
        return ZCatalog.countResults(self, REQUEST, **kw)
    def wrapObject(self, object, sql_catalog_id=None, **kw):
          Return a wrapped object for reindexing.
        catalog = self.getSQLCatalog(sql_catalog_id)
        if catalog is None:
          # Nothing to do.
          LOG('wrapObject', 0, 'Warning: catalog is not available')
          return (None, None)
        document_object = aq_inner(object)
        w = IndexableObjectWrapper(document_object)
        wf = getToolByName(self, 'portal_workflow')
        if wf is not None:
        # Find the parent definition for security
        is_acquired = 0
        while getattr(document_object, 'isRADContent', 0):
          # This condition tells which object should acquire
          # from their parent.
          # XXX Hardcode _View_Permission for a performance point of view
          if getattr(aq_base(document_object), '_View_Permission', ACQUIRE_PERMISSION_VALUE) == ACQUIRE_PERMISSION_VALUE\
             and document_object._getAcquireLocalRoles():
            document_object = document_object.aq_parent
            is_acquired = 1
        if is_acquired:
          document_w = IndexableObjectWrapper(document_object)
          document_w = w
        (security_uid_dict, optimised_roles_and_users) = \
        w.optimised_roles_and_users = optimised_roles_and_users
        catalog_security_uid_groups_columns_dict = \
        default_security_uid_column = catalog_security_uid_groups_columns_dict['']
        for local_roles_group_id, security_uid in security_uid_dict.items():
          catalog_column = catalog_security_uid_groups_columns_dict.get(
                local_roles_group_id, default_security_uid_column)
          setattr(w, catalog_column, security_uid)
        # XXX we should build vars begore building the wrapper
        predicate_property_dict = catalog.getPredicatePropertyDict(object)
        if predicate_property_dict is not None:
          w.predicate_property_dict = predicate_property_dict
          w.predicate_property_dict = {}
        (subject_set_uid, optimised_subject_list) = catalog.getSubjectSetUid(document_w)
        w.optimised_subject_list = optimised_subject_list
        w.subject_set_uid = subject_set_uid
        return ImplicitAcquisitionWrapper(w, aq_parent(document_object))
    def reindexObject(self, object, idxs=None, sql_catalog_id=None,**kw):
        '''Update catalog after object data has changed.
        The optional idxs argument is a list of specific indexes
        to update (all of them by default).
        if idxs is None: idxs = []
        url = self.__url(object)
        self.catalog_object(object, url, idxs=idxs, sql_catalog_id=sql_catalog_id,**kw)
    def catalogObjectList(self, object_list, *args, **kw):
        """Catalog a list of objects"""
        m = object_list[0]
        if type(m) is list:
          tmp_object_list = [x[0] for x in object_list]
          super(CatalogTool, self).catalogObjectList(tmp_object_list, **m[2])
          if tmp_object_list:
            for x in object_list:
              if x[0] in tmp_object_list:
                del object_list[3] # no result means failed
          super(CatalogTool, self).catalogObjectList(object_list, *args, **kw)
    def uncatalogObjectList(self, message_list):
      """Uncatalog a list of objects"""
      # XXX: this is currently only a placeholder for further optimization
      #      (for the moment, it's not faster than the dummy group method)
      for m in message_list:
        self.unindexObject(*m[1], **m[2])
    def unindexObject(self, object=None, path=None, uid=None,sql_catalog_id=None):
          Remove from catalog.
        if path is None and uid is None:
          if object is None:
            raise TypeError, 'One of uid, path and object parameters must not be None'
          path = self.__url(object)
        if uid is None:
          raise TypeError, "unindexObject supports only uid now"
        self.uncatalog_object(path=path, uid=uid, sql_catalog_id=sql_catalog_id)
    def beforeUnindexObject(self, object, path=None, uid=None,sql_catalog_id=None):
          Remove from catalog.
        if path is None and uid is None:
          path = self.__url(object)
        self.beforeUncatalogObject(path=path,uid=uid, sql_catalog_id=sql_catalog_id)
    def getUrl(self, object):
      return self.__url(object)
    def moveObject(self, object, idxs=None):
          Reindex in catalog, taking into account
          peculiarities of ERP5Catalog / ZSQLCatalog
          Useless ??? XXX
        if idxs is None: idxs = []
        url = self.__url(object)
        self.catalog_object(object, url, idxs=idxs, is_object_moved=1)
    def getPredicatePropertyDict(self, object):
      Construct a dictionnary with a list of properties
      to catalog into the table predicate
      if not object.providesIPredicate():
        return None
      object = object.asPredicate()
      if object is None:
        return None
      property_dict = {}
      identity_criterion = getattr(object,'_identity_criterion',None)
      range_criterion = getattr(object,'_range_criterion',None)
      if identity_criterion is not None:
        for property, value in identity_criterion.items():
          if value is not None:
            property_dict[property] = value
      if range_criterion is not None:
        for property, (min, max) in range_criterion.items():
          if min is not None:
            property_dict['%s_range_min' % property] = min
          if max is not None:
            property_dict['%s_range_max' % property] = max
      property_dict['membership_criterion_category_list'] = object.getMembershipCriterionCategoryList()
      return property_dict
    def getDynamicRelatedKeyList(self, key_list, sql_catalog_id=None):
      Return the list of dynamic related keys.
      This method will try to automatically generate new related key
      by looking at the category tree.
      For exemple it will generate:
      destination_title | category,catalog/title/z_related_destination
      default_destination_title | category,catalog/title/z_related_destination
      strict_destination_title | category,catalog/title/z_related_strict_destination
      strict_ related keys only returns documents which are strictly member of
      the category.
      related_key_list = []
      base_cat_id_list = self.portal_categories.getBaseCategoryDict()
      default_string = 'default_'
      strict_string = 'strict_'
      related_string = 'related_'
      column_map = self.getSQLCatalog(sql_catalog_id).getColumnMap()
      for key in key_list:
        prefix = ''
        strict = 0
        if key.startswith(default_string):
          key = key[len(default_string):]
          prefix = default_string
        if key.startswith(strict_string):
          strict = 1
          key = key[len(strict_string):]
          prefix = prefix + strict_string
        splitted_key = key.split('_')
        # look from the end of the key from the beginning if we
        # can find 'title', or 'portal_type'...
        for i in xrange(len(splitted_key) - 1, 0, -1):
          expected_base_cat_id = '_'.join(splitted_key[0:i])
          if expected_base_cat_id != 'parent' and \
             expected_base_cat_id in base_cat_id_list:
            # We have found a base_category
            end_key = '_'.join(splitted_key[i:])
            related = end_key.startswith(related_string)
            if related:
              end_key = end_key[len(related_string):]
            # XXX: joining with non-catalog tables is not trivial and requires
            # ZSQLCatalog's ColumnMapper cooperation, so only allow catalog
            # columns.
            if 'catalog' in column_map.get(end_key, ()):
              is_uid = end_key == 'uid'
              if is_uid:
                end_key = 'uid' if related else 'category_uid'
                prefix + key + ' | category' +
                ('' if is_uid else ',catalog') +
                '/' +
                end_key +
                '/z_related_' +
                ('strict_' if strict else '') +
                expected_base_cat_id +
                ('_related' if related else '')
      return related_key_list
    def _aq_dynamic(self, name):
      Automatic related key generation.
      Will generate z_related_[base_category_id] if possible
      result = None
      if name.startswith(DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME) and \
          not name.endswith(ZOPE_SECURITY_SUFFIX):
        kw = {}
        if name.endswith(RELATED_DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME):
          end_offset = RELATED_DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME_LEN
          kw['related'] = 1
          end_offset = None
        if name.startswith(STRICT_DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME):
          start_offset = STRICT_DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME_LEN
          kw['strict_membership'] = 1
          start_offset = DYNAMIC_METHOD_NAME_LEN
        method = RelatedBaseCategory(name[start_offset:end_offset], **kw)
        setattr(self.__class__, name, method)
        # This getattr has 2 purposes:
        # - wrap in acquisition context
        #   This alone should be explicitly done rather than through getattr.
        # - wrap (if needed) class attribute on the instance
        #   (for the sake of not relying on current implementation details
        #   "too much")
        result = getattr(self, name)
      return result
    def _searchAndActivate(self, method_id, method_args=(), method_kw={},
                           activate_kw={}, min_uid=None, **kw):
      """Search the catalog and run a script by activity on all found objects
      This method is configurable (via 'packet_size' & 'activity_count'
      parameters) so that it can work efficiently with databases of any size.
      'activate_kw' may specify an active process to collect results.
      catalog_kw = dict(kw)
      packet_size = catalog_kw.pop('packet_size', 30)
      limit = packet_size * catalog_kw.pop('activity_count', 100)
      if min_uid:
        catalog_kw['min_uid'] = SimpleQuery(uid=min_uid,
      if catalog_kw.pop('restricted', False):
        search = self
        search = self.unrestrictedSearchResults
      r = search(sort_on=(('uid','ascending'),), limit=limit, **catalog_kw)
      result_count = len(r)
      if result_count:
        if result_count == limit:
          next_kw = dict(activate_kw, priority=1+activate_kw.get('priority', 1))
          self.activate(activity='SQLQueue', **next_kw) \
              ._searchAndActivate(method_id,method_args, method_kw,
                                  activate_kw, r[-1].getUid(), **kw)
        r = [x.getPath() for x in r]
        activate = self.getPortalObject().portal_activities.activate
        for i in xrange(0, result_count, packet_size):
          activate(activity='SQLQueue', **activate_kw).callMethodOnObjectList(
            r[i:i+packet_size], method_id, *method_args, **method_kw)
    def searchAndActivate(self, *args, **kw):
      """Restricted version of _searchAndActivate"""
      return self._searchAndActivate(restricted=True, *args, **kw)
    security.declareProtected(Permissions.ManagePortal, 'upgradeSchema')
    def upgradeSchema(self, sql_catalog_id=None, src__=0):
      """Upgrade all catalog tables, with ALTER or CREATE queries"""
      catalog = self.getSQLCatalog(sql_catalog_id)
      connection_id = catalog.z_create_catalog.connection_id
      src = []
      for clear_method in catalog.sql_clear_catalog:
        clear_method = catalog[clear_method]
          r = clear_method._upgradeSchema(connection_id, src__=1)
        except ProgrammingError, e:
          if e[0] != NO_SUCH_TABLE:
          r = clear_method(src__=1)
        if r:
      if src and not src__:
        query = self.getPortalObject()[connection_id]().query
        for r in src:
      return src