Timer Operations ScriptΒΆ

This example demonstrates the usage of methods on the Timer client to schedule a recurring Transfer task.

import os
from datetime import datetime, timedelta

from globus_sdk import (
    AccessTokenAuthorizer,
    NativeAppAuthClient,
    TimerClient,
    TimerJob,
    TransferData,
)
from globus_sdk.scopes import (
    GCSCollectionScopeBuilder,
    MutableScope,
    TimerScopes,
    TransferScopes,
)

GOEP1 = "ddb59aef-6d04-11e5-ba46-22000b92c6ec"
GOEP2 = "ddb59af0-6d04-11e5-ba46-22000b92c6ec"
NATIVE_CLIENT_ID = "61338d24-54d5-408f-a10d-66c06b59f6d2"
TIMER_CLIENT_ID = "524230d7-ea86-4a52-8312-86065a9e0417"

# If any of the collections you're targeting are mapped collections
# that require data_access scopes, include them in this list
MAPPED_COLLECTION_IDS = []

# Build a scope that will give the Timer service
# access to perform transfers on your behalf
timer_scope = TimerScopes.make_mutable("timer")
transfer_scope = TransferScopes.make_mutable("all")
transfer_action_provider_scope_string = (
    "https://auth.globus.org/scopes/actions.globus.org/transfer/transfer"
)
transfer_action_provider_scope = MutableScope(transfer_action_provider_scope_string)

# If you declared and mapped collections above, add them to the transfer scope
for id in MAPPED_COLLECTION_IDS:
    gcs_data_access_scope = GCSCollectionScopeBuilder(id).make_mutable(
        "data_access",
        optional=True,
    )
    transfer_scope.add_dependency(gcs_data_access_scope)

transfer_action_provider_scope.add_dependency(transfer_scope)
timer_scope.add_dependency(transfer_action_provider_scope)

print(f"Requesting scopes: {timer_scope}")

# Initialize your native app auth client
native_client = NativeAppAuthClient(NATIVE_CLIENT_ID)

# Get access tokens to use for both Transfer and Timer
native_client.oauth2_start_flow(requested_scopes=timer_scope)
authorize_url = native_client.oauth2_get_authorize_url()
print(f"Please go to this URL and login:\n\n{authorize_url}\n")
auth_code = input("Enter the auth code here: ").strip()

token_response = native_client.oauth2_exchange_code_for_tokens(auth_code)
timer_token = token_response.by_resource_server[TIMER_CLIENT_ID]["access_token"]

# Create a `TransferData` object
data = TransferData(source_endpoint=GOEP1, destination_endpoint=GOEP2)
data.add_item("/share/godata/file1.txt", "/~/file1.txt")

# Set up the Timer client
timer_authorizer = AccessTokenAuthorizer(timer_token)
timer_client = TimerClient(authorizer=timer_authorizer)

# Create a Timer job, set to run the above transfer 2 times
start = datetime.utcnow()
interval = timedelta(minutes=30)
name = "sdk-timer-example"
job = TimerJob.from_transfer_data(
    data,
    start,
    interval,
    stop_after_n=2,
    name=name,
    scope=transfer_action_provider_scope_string,
)
response = timer_client.create_job(job)
assert response.http_status == 201
job_id = response["job_id"]
print(f"Timer job ID: {job_id}")

all_jobs = timer_client.list_jobs()
assert job_id in {job["job_id"] for job in timer_client.list_jobs()["jobs"]}

get_job_response = timer_client.get_job(job_id)
assert get_job_response.http_status == 200
assert get_job_response["name"] == name

# Later, you could run this function to clean up the job:
def delete_timer_job(job_id):
    delete_job_response = timer_client.delete_job(job_id)
    assert delete_job_response.http_status == 200