Source code for aiida.tools.importexport.dbimport.backends.sqla

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# pylint: disable=too-many-nested-blocks,protected-access,fixme,too-many-arguments,too-many-locals,too-many-branches,too-many-statements
""" SQLAlchemy-specific import of AiiDA entities """
from __future__ import division
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import print_function

from distutils.version import StrictVersion
import io
import os
import tarfile
import zipfile
from itertools import chain
import six

from aiida.common import timezone, json
from aiida.common.folders import SandboxFolder, RepositoryFolder
from aiida.common.links import LinkType
from aiida.common.utils import get_object_from_string
from aiida.orm import QueryBuilder, Node, Group, WorkflowNode, CalculationNode, Data
from aiida.orm.utils.links import link_triple_exists, validate_link
from aiida.orm.utils.repository import Repository

from aiida.tools.importexport.common import exceptions
from aiida.tools.importexport.common.archive import extract_tree, extract_tar, extract_zip
from aiida.tools.importexport.common.config import DUPL_SUFFIX, IMPORTGROUP_TYPE, EXPORT_VERSION, NODES_EXPORT_SUBFOLDER
from aiida.tools.importexport.common.config import (
    NODE_ENTITY_NAME, GROUP_ENTITY_NAME, COMPUTER_ENTITY_NAME, USER_ENTITY_NAME, LOG_ENTITY_NAME, COMMENT_ENTITY_NAME
)
from aiida.tools.importexport.common.config import (
    entity_names_to_signatures, signatures_to_entity_names, entity_names_to_sqla_schema, file_fields_to_model_fields,
    entity_names_to_entities
)
from aiida.tools.importexport.common.utils import export_shard_uuid
from aiida.tools.importexport.dbimport.backends.utils import deserialize_field, merge_comment, merge_extras
from aiida.tools.importexport.dbimport.backends.sqla.utils import validate_uuid


[docs]def import_data_sqla( in_path, group=None, ignore_unknown_nodes=False, extras_mode_existing='kcl', extras_mode_new='import', comment_mode='newest', silent=False ): """Import exported AiiDA archive to the AiiDA database and repository. Specific for the SQLAlchemy backend. If ``in_path`` is a folder, calls extract_tree; otherwise, tries to detect the compression format (zip, tar.gz, tar.bz2, ...) and calls the correct function. :param in_path: the path to a file or folder that can be imported in AiiDA. :type in_path: str :param group: Group wherein all imported Nodes will be placed. :type group: :py:class:`~aiida.orm.groups.Group` :param extras_mode_existing: 3 letter code that will identify what to do with the extras import. The first letter acts on extras that are present in the original node and not present in the imported node. Can be either: 'k' (keep it) or 'n' (do not keep it). The second letter acts on the imported extras that are not present in the original node. Can be either: 'c' (create it) or 'n' (do not create it). The third letter defines what to do in case of a name collision. Can be either: 'l' (leave the old value), 'u' (update with a new value), 'd' (delete the extra), or 'a' (ask what to do if the content is different). :type extras_mode_existing: str :param extras_mode_new: 'import' to import extras of new nodes or 'none' to ignore them. :type extras_mode_new: str :param comment_mode: Comment import modes (when same UUIDs are found). Can be either: 'newest' (will keep the Comment with the most recent modification time (mtime)) or 'overwrite' (will overwrite existing Comments with the ones from the import file). :type comment_mode: str :param silent: suppress prints. :type silent: bool :return: New and existing Nodes and Links. :rtype: dict :raises `~aiida.tools.importexport.common.exceptions.ImportValidationError`: if parameters or the contents of `metadata.json` or `data.json` can not be validated. :raises `~aiida.tools.importexport.common.exceptions.CorruptArchive`: if the provided archive at ``in_path`` is corrupted. :raises `~aiida.tools.importexport.common.exceptions.IncompatibleArchiveVersionError`: if the provided archive's export version is not equal to the export version of AiiDA at the moment of import. :raises `~aiida.tools.importexport.common.exceptions.ArchiveImportError`: if there are any internal errors when importing. :raises `~aiida.tools.importexport.common.exceptions.ImportUniquenessError`: if a new unique entity can not be created. """ from aiida.backends.sqlalchemy.models.node import DbNode, DbLink from aiida.backends.sqlalchemy.utils import flag_modified # This is the export version expected by this function expected_export_version = StrictVersion(EXPORT_VERSION) # The returned dictionary with new and existing nodes and links ret_dict = {} # Initial check(s) if group: if not isinstance(group, Group): raise exceptions.ImportValidationError('group must be a Group entity') elif not group.is_stored: group.store() ################ # EXTRACT DATA # ################ # The sandbox has to remain open until the end with SandboxFolder() as folder: if os.path.isdir(in_path): extract_tree(in_path, folder) else: if tarfile.is_tarfile(in_path): extract_tar(in_path, folder, silent=silent, nodes_export_subfolder=NODES_EXPORT_SUBFOLDER) elif zipfile.is_zipfile(in_path): extract_zip(in_path, folder, silent=silent, nodes_export_subfolder=NODES_EXPORT_SUBFOLDER) else: raise exceptions.ImportValidationError( 'Unable to detect the input file format, it is neither a ' '(possibly compressed) tar file, nor a zip file.' ) if not folder.get_content_list(): raise exceptions.CorruptArchive('The provided file/folder ({}) is empty'.format(in_path)) try: with io.open(folder.get_abs_path('metadata.json'), encoding='utf8') as fhandle: metadata = json.load(fhandle) with io.open(folder.get_abs_path('data.json'), encoding='utf8') as fhandle: data = json.load(fhandle) except IOError as error: raise exceptions.CorruptArchive( 'Unable to find the file {} in the import file or folder'.format(error.filename) ) ###################### # PRELIMINARY CHECKS # ###################### export_version = StrictVersion(str(metadata['export_version'])) if export_version != expected_export_version: msg = 'Export file version is {}, can import only version {}'\ .format(metadata['export_version'], expected_export_version) if export_version < expected_export_version: msg += "\nUse 'verdi export migrate' to update this export file." else: msg += '\nUpdate your AiiDA version in order to import this file.' raise exceptions.IncompatibleArchiveVersionError(msg) ################################################################### # CREATE UUID REVERSE TABLES AND CHECK IF # # I HAVE ALL NODES FOR THE LINKS # ################################################################### linked_nodes = set(chain.from_iterable((l['input'], l['output']) for l in data['links_uuid'])) group_nodes = set(chain.from_iterable(six.itervalues(data['groups_uuid']))) # Check that UUIDs are valid linked_nodes = set(x for x in linked_nodes if validate_uuid(x)) group_nodes = set(x for x in group_nodes if validate_uuid(x)) import_nodes_uuid = set() for value in data['export_data'].get(NODE_ENTITY_NAME, {}).values(): import_nodes_uuid.add(value['uuid']) unknown_nodes = linked_nodes.union(group_nodes) - import_nodes_uuid if unknown_nodes and not ignore_unknown_nodes: raise exceptions.DanglingLinkError( 'The import file refers to {} nodes with unknown UUID, therefore it cannot be imported. Either first ' 'import the unknown nodes, or export also the parents when exporting. The unknown UUIDs are:\n' ''.format(len(unknown_nodes)) + '\n'.join('* {}'.format(uuid) for uuid in unknown_nodes) ) ################################### # DOUBLE-CHECK MODEL DEPENDENCIES # ################################### # The entity import order. It is defined by the database model relationships. entity_sig_order = [ entity_names_to_signatures[m] for m in ( USER_ENTITY_NAME, COMPUTER_ENTITY_NAME, NODE_ENTITY_NAME, GROUP_ENTITY_NAME, LOG_ENTITY_NAME, COMMENT_ENTITY_NAME ) ] # I make a new list that contains the entity names: # eg: ['User', 'Computer', 'Node', 'Group'] all_entity_names = [signatures_to_entity_names[entity_sig] for entity_sig in entity_sig_order] for import_field_name in metadata['all_fields_info']: if import_field_name not in all_entity_names: raise exceptions.ImportValidationError( "You are trying to import an unknown model '{}'!".format(import_field_name) ) for idx, entity_sig in enumerate(entity_sig_order): dependencies = [] entity_name = signatures_to_entity_names[entity_sig] # for every field, I checked the dependencies given as value for key requires for field in metadata['all_fields_info'][entity_name].values(): try: dependencies.append(field['requires']) except KeyError: # (No ForeignKey) pass for dependency in dependencies: if dependency not in all_entity_names[:idx]: raise exceptions.ArchiveImportError( 'Entity {} requires {} but would be loaded first; stopping...'.format(entity_sig, dependency) ) ################################################### # CREATE IMPORT DATA DIRECT UNIQUE_FIELD MAPPINGS # ################################################### # This is nested dictionary of entity_name:{id:uuid} # to map one id (the pk) to a different one. # One of the things to remove for v0.4 # { # u'Node': {2362: u'82a897b5-fb3a-47d7-8b22-c5fe1b4f2c14', # 2363: u'ef04aa5d-99e7-4bfd-95ef-fe412a6a3524', 2364: u'1dc59576-af21-4d71-81c2-bac1fc82a84a'}, # u'User': {1: u'aiida@localhost'} # } import_unique_ids_mappings = {} # Export data since v0.3 contains the keys entity_name for entity_name, import_data in data['export_data'].items(): # Again I need the entity_name since that's what's being stored since 0.3 if entity_name in metadata['unique_identifiers']: # I have to reconvert the pk to integer import_unique_ids_mappings[entity_name] = { int(k): v[metadata['unique_identifiers'][entity_name]] for k, v in import_data.items() } ############### # IMPORT DATA # ############### # DO ALL WITH A TRANSACTION import aiida.backends.sqlalchemy session = aiida.backends.sqlalchemy.get_scoped_session() try: foreign_ids_reverse_mappings = {} new_entries = {} existing_entries = {} # I first generate the list of data for entity_sig in entity_sig_order: entity_name = signatures_to_entity_names[entity_sig] entity = entity_names_to_entities[entity_name] # I get the unique identifier, since v0.3 stored under entity_name unique_identifier = metadata['unique_identifiers'].get(entity_name, None) # so, new_entries. Also, since v0.3 it makes more sense to use the entity_name new_entries[entity_name] = {} existing_entries[entity_name] = {} foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[entity_name] = {} # Not necessarily all models are exported if entity_name in data['export_data']: if unique_identifier is not None: import_unique_ids = set(v[unique_identifier] for v in data['export_data'][entity_name].values()) relevant_db_entries = dict() if import_unique_ids: builder = QueryBuilder() builder.append( entity, filters={unique_identifier: { 'in': import_unique_ids }}, project=['*'], tag='res' ) relevant_db_entries = { str(getattr(v[0], unique_identifier)): # str() to convert UUID() to string v[0] for v in builder.all() } foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[entity_name] = { k: v.pk for k, v in relevant_db_entries.items() } imported_comp_names = set() for key, value in data['export_data'][entity_name].items(): if entity_name == GROUP_ENTITY_NAME: # Check if there is already a group with the same name, # and if so, recreate the name orig_label = value['label'] dupl_counter = 0 while QueryBuilder().append(entity, filters={'label': {'==': value['label']}}).count(): # Rename the new group value['label'] = orig_label + DUPL_SUFFIX.format(dupl_counter) dupl_counter += 1 if dupl_counter == 100: raise exceptions.ImportUniquenessError( 'A group of that label ( {} ) already exists and I could not create a new ' 'one'.format(orig_label) ) elif entity_name == COMPUTER_ENTITY_NAME: # The following is done for compatibility # reasons in case the export file was generated # with the Django export method. In Django the # metadata and the transport parameters are # stored as (unicode) strings of the serialized # JSON objects and not as simple serialized # JSON objects. if isinstance(value['metadata'], (six.string_types, six.binary_type)): value['metadata'] = json.loads(value['metadata']) # Check if there is already a computer with the # same name in the database builder = QueryBuilder() builder.append( entity, filters={'name': { '==': value['name'] }}, project=['*'], tag='res' ) dupl = (builder.count() or value['name'] in imported_comp_names) dupl_counter = 0 orig_name = value['name'] while dupl: # Rename the new computer value['name'] = (orig_name + DUPL_SUFFIX.format(dupl_counter)) builder = QueryBuilder() builder.append( entity, filters={'name': { '==': value['name'] }}, project=['*'], tag='res' ) dupl = (builder.count() or value['name'] in imported_comp_names) dupl_counter += 1 if dupl_counter == 100: raise exceptions.ImportUniquenessError( 'A computer of that name ( {} ) already exists and I could not create a ' 'new one'.format(orig_name) ) imported_comp_names.add(value['name']) if value[unique_identifier] in relevant_db_entries: # Already in DB # again, switched to entity_name in v0.3 existing_entries[entity_name][key] = value else: # To be added new_entries[entity_name][key] = value else: # Why the copy: new_entries[entity_name] = data['export_data'][entity_name].copy() # Show Comment mode if not silent if not silent: print('Comment mode: {}'.format(comment_mode)) # I import data from the given model for entity_sig in entity_sig_order: entity_name = signatures_to_entity_names[entity_sig] entity = entity_names_to_entities[entity_name] fields_info = metadata['all_fields_info'].get(entity_name, {}) unique_identifier = metadata['unique_identifiers'].get(entity_name, '') # EXISTING ENTRIES for import_entry_pk, entry_data in existing_entries[entity_name].items(): unique_id = entry_data[unique_identifier] existing_entry_pk = foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[entity_name][unique_id] import_data = dict( deserialize_field( k, v, fields_info=fields_info, import_unique_ids_mappings=import_unique_ids_mappings, foreign_ids_reverse_mappings=foreign_ids_reverse_mappings ) for k, v in entry_data.items() ) # TODO COMPARE, AND COMPARE ATTRIBUTES if entity_sig is entity_names_to_signatures[COMMENT_ENTITY_NAME]: new_entry_uuid = merge_comment(import_data, comment_mode) if new_entry_uuid is not None: entry_data[unique_identifier] = new_entry_uuid new_entries[entity_name][import_entry_pk] = entry_data if entity_name not in ret_dict: ret_dict[entity_name] = {'new': [], 'existing': []} ret_dict[entity_name]['existing'].append((import_entry_pk, existing_entry_pk)) if not silent: print('existing %s: %s (%s->%s)' % (entity_sig, unique_id, import_entry_pk, existing_entry_pk)) # Store all objects for this model in a list, and store them # all in once at the end. objects_to_create = list() # In the following list we add the objects to be updated objects_to_update = list() # This is needed later to associate the import entry with the new pk import_new_entry_pks = dict() # NEW ENTRIES for import_entry_pk, entry_data in new_entries[entity_name].items(): unique_id = entry_data[unique_identifier] import_data = dict( deserialize_field( k, v, fields_info=fields_info, import_unique_ids_mappings=import_unique_ids_mappings, foreign_ids_reverse_mappings=foreign_ids_reverse_mappings ) for k, v in entry_data.items() ) # We convert the Django fields to SQLA. Note that some of # the Django fields were converted to SQLA compatible # fields by the deserialize_field method. This was done # for optimization reasons in Django but makes them # compatible with the SQLA schema and they don't need any # further conversion. if entity_name in file_fields_to_model_fields: for file_fkey in file_fields_to_model_fields[entity_name]: # This is an exception because the DbLog model defines the `_metadata` column instead of the # `metadata` column used in the Django model. This is because the SqlAlchemy model base # class already has a metadata attribute that cannot be overridden. For consistency, the # `DbLog` class however expects the `metadata` keyword in its constructor, so we should # ignore the mapping here if entity_name == LOG_ENTITY_NAME and file_fkey == 'metadata': continue model_fkey = file_fields_to_model_fields[entity_name][file_fkey] if model_fkey in import_data: continue import_data[model_fkey] = import_data[file_fkey] import_data.pop(file_fkey, None) db_entity = get_object_from_string(entity_names_to_sqla_schema[entity_name]) objects_to_create.append(db_entity(**import_data)) import_new_entry_pks[unique_id] = import_entry_pk if entity_sig == entity_names_to_signatures[NODE_ENTITY_NAME]: if not silent: print('STORING NEW NODE REPOSITORY FILES & ATTRIBUTES...') # NEW NODES for object_ in objects_to_create: import_entry_uuid = object_.uuid import_entry_pk = import_new_entry_pks[import_entry_uuid] # Before storing entries in the DB, I store the files (if these are nodes). # Note: only for new entries! subfolder = folder.get_subfolder( os.path.join(NODES_EXPORT_SUBFOLDER, export_shard_uuid(import_entry_uuid)) ) if not subfolder.exists(): raise exceptions.CorruptArchive( 'Unable to find the repository folder for Node with UUID={} in the exported ' 'file'.format(import_entry_uuid) ) destdir = RepositoryFolder(section=Repository._section_name, uuid=import_entry_uuid) # Replace the folder, possibly destroying existing previous folders, and move the files # (faster if we are on the same filesystem, and in any case the source is a SandboxFolder) destdir.replace_with_folder(subfolder.abspath, move=True, overwrite=True) # For Nodes, we also have to store Attributes! # Get attributes from import file try: object_.attributes = data['node_attributes'][str(import_entry_pk)] except KeyError: raise exceptions.CorruptArchive( 'Unable to find attribute info for Node with UUID={}'.format(import_entry_uuid) ) # For DbNodes, we also have to store extras # Get extras from import file if extras_mode_new == 'import': if not silent: print('STORING NEW NODE EXTRAS...') try: extras = data['node_extras'][str(import_entry_pk)] except KeyError: raise exceptions.CorruptArchive( 'Unable to find extra info for Node with UUID={}'.format(import_entry_uuid) ) # TODO: remove when aiida extras will be moved somewhere else # from here extras = {key: value for key, value in extras.items() if not key.startswith('_aiida_')} if object_.node_type.endswith('code.Code.'): extras = {key: value for key, value in extras.items() if not key == 'hidden'} # till here object_.extras = extras elif extras_mode_new == 'none': if not silent: print('SKIPPING NEW NODE EXTRAS...') else: raise exceptions.ImportValidationError( "Unknown extras_mode_new value: {}, should be either 'import' or 'none'" ''.format(extras_mode_new) ) # EXISTING NODES (Extras) if not silent: print('UPDATING EXISTING NODE EXTRAS (mode: {})'.format(extras_mode_existing)) import_existing_entry_pks = { entry_data[unique_identifier]: import_entry_pk for import_entry_pk, entry_data in existing_entries[entity_name].items() } for node in session.query(DbNode).filter(DbNode.uuid.in_(import_existing_entry_pks)).all(): import_entry_uuid = str(node.uuid) import_entry_pk = import_existing_entry_pks[import_entry_uuid] # Get extras from import file try: extras = data['node_extras'][str(import_entry_pk)] except KeyError: raise exceptions.CorruptArchive( 'Unable to find extra info for Node with UUID={}'.format(import_entry_uuid) ) # TODO: remove when aiida extras will be moved somewhere else # from here extras = {key: value for key, value in extras.items() if not key.startswith('_aiida_')} if node.node_type.endswith('code.Code.'): extras = {key: value for key, value in extras.items() if not key == 'hidden'} # till here node.extras = merge_extras(node.extras, extras, extras_mode_existing) flag_modified(node, 'extras') objects_to_update.append(node) # Store them all in once; However, the PK are not set in this way... if objects_to_create: session.add_all(objects_to_create) if objects_to_update: session.add_all(objects_to_update) session.flush() if import_new_entry_pks.keys(): builder = QueryBuilder() builder.append( entity, filters={unique_identifier: { 'in': list(import_new_entry_pks.keys()) }}, project=[unique_identifier, 'id'], tag='res' ) just_saved = {v[0]: v[1] for v in builder.all()} else: just_saved = dict() # Now I have the PKs, print the info # Moreover, add newly created Nodes to foreign_ids_reverse_mappings for unique_id, new_pk in just_saved.items(): from uuid import UUID if isinstance(unique_id, UUID): unique_id = str(unique_id) import_entry_pk = import_new_entry_pks[unique_id] foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[entity_name][unique_id] = new_pk if entity_name not in ret_dict: ret_dict[entity_name] = {'new': [], 'existing': []} ret_dict[entity_name]['new'].append((import_entry_pk, new_pk)) if not silent: print('NEW %s: %s (%s->%s)' % (entity_sig, unique_id, import_entry_pk, new_pk)) if not silent: print('STORING NODE LINKS...') import_links = data['links_uuid'] for link in import_links: # Check for dangling Links within the, supposed, self-consistent archive try: in_id = foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[NODE_ENTITY_NAME][link['input']] out_id = foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[NODE_ENTITY_NAME][link['output']] except KeyError: if ignore_unknown_nodes: continue else: raise exceptions.ImportValidationError( 'Trying to create a link with one or both unknown nodes, stopping (in_uuid={}, ' 'out_uuid={}, label={}, type={})'.format( link['input'], link['output'], link['label'], link['type'] ) ) # Since backend specific Links (DbLink) are not validated upon creation, we will now validate them. source = QueryBuilder().append(Node, filters={'id': in_id}, project='*').first()[0] target = QueryBuilder().append(Node, filters={'id': out_id}, project='*').first()[0] link_type = LinkType(link['type']) # Check for existence of a triple link, i.e. unique triple. # If it exists, then the link already exists, continue to next link, otherwise, validate link. if link_triple_exists(source, target, link_type, link['label']): continue try: validate_link(source, target, link_type, link['label']) except ValueError as why: raise exceptions.ImportValidationError('Error occurred during Link validation: {}'.format(why)) # New link session.add(DbLink(input_id=in_id, output_id=out_id, label=link['label'], type=link['type'])) if 'Link' not in ret_dict: ret_dict['Link'] = {'new': []} ret_dict['Link']['new'].append((in_id, out_id)) if not silent: print(' ({} new links...)'.format(len(ret_dict.get('Link', {}).get('new', [])))) if not silent: print('STORING GROUP ELEMENTS...') import_groups = data['groups_uuid'] for groupuuid, groupnodes in import_groups.items(): # # TODO: cache these to avoid too many queries qb_group = QueryBuilder().append(Group, filters={'uuid': {'==': groupuuid}}) group_ = qb_group.first()[0] nodes_ids_to_add = [ foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[NODE_ENTITY_NAME][node_uuid] for node_uuid in groupnodes ] qb_nodes = QueryBuilder().append(Node, filters={'id': {'in': nodes_ids_to_add}}) # Adding nodes to group avoiding the SQLA ORM to increase speed nodes_to_add = [n[0].backend_entity for n in qb_nodes.all()] group_.backend_entity.add_nodes(nodes_to_add, skip_orm=True) ###################################################### # Put everything in a specific group ###################################################### existing = existing_entries.get(NODE_ENTITY_NAME, {}) existing_pk = [foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[NODE_ENTITY_NAME][v['uuid']] for v in six.itervalues(existing)] new = new_entries.get(NODE_ENTITY_NAME, {}) new_pk = [foreign_ids_reverse_mappings[NODE_ENTITY_NAME][v['uuid']] for v in six.itervalues(new)] pks_for_group = existing_pk + new_pk # So that we do not create empty groups if pks_for_group: # If user specified a group, import all things into it if not group: from aiida.backends.sqlalchemy.models.group import DbGroup # Get an unique name for the import group, based on the current (local) time basename = timezone.localtime(timezone.now()).strftime('%Y%m%d-%H%M%S') counter = 0 group_label = basename while session.query(DbGroup).filter(DbGroup.label == group_label).count() > 0: counter += 1 group_label = '{}_{}'.format(basename, counter) if counter == 100: raise exceptions.ImportUniquenessError( "Overflow of import groups (more than 100 import groups exists with basename '{}')" ''.format(basename) ) group = Group(label=group_label, type_string=IMPORTGROUP_TYPE) session.add(group.backend_entity._dbmodel) # Adding nodes to group avoiding the SQLA ORM to increase speed nodes = [ entry[0].backend_entity for entry in QueryBuilder().append(Node, filters={ 'id': { 'in': pks_for_group } }).all() ] group.backend_entity.add_nodes(nodes, skip_orm=True) if not silent: print("IMPORTED NODES ARE GROUPED IN THE IMPORT GROUP LABELED '{}'".format(group.label)) else: if not silent: print('NO NODES TO IMPORT, SO NO GROUP CREATED, IF IT DID NOT ALREADY EXIST') if not silent: print('COMMITTING EVERYTHING...') session.commit() except: print('Rolling back') session.rollback() raise if not silent: print('*** WARNING: MISSING EXISTING UUID CHECKS!!') print('*** WARNING: TODO: UPDATE IMPORT_DATA WITH DEFAULT VALUES! (e.g. calc status, user pwd, ...)') print('DONE.') return ret_dict