google.auth.transport.urllib3 module

Transport adapter for urllib3.

class Request(http)[source]

Bases: google.auth.transport.Request

urllib3 request adapter.

This class is used internally for making requests using various transports in a consistent way. If you use AuthorizedHttp you do not need to construct or use this class directly.

This class can be useful if you want to manually refresh a Credentials instance:

import google.auth.transport.urllib3
import urllib3

http = urllib3.PoolManager()
request = google.auth.transport.urllib3.Request(http)

credentials.refresh(request)
Parameters:http (urllib3.request.RequestMethods) – An instance of any urllib3 class that implements RequestMethods, usually urllib3.PoolManager.
__call__(url, method='GET', body=None, headers=None, timeout=None, **kwargs)[source]

Make an HTTP request using urllib3.

Parameters:
  • url (str) – The URI to be requested.
  • method (str) – The HTTP method to use for the request. Defaults to ‘GET’.
  • body (bytes) – The payload / body in HTTP request.
  • headers (Mapping [ str, str ]) – Request headers.
  • timeout (Optional [ int ]) – The number of seconds to wait for a response from the server. If not specified or if None, the urllib3 default timeout will be used.
  • kwargs – Additional arguments passed throught to the underlying urllib3 urlopen() method.
Returns:

The HTTP response.

Return type:

google.auth.transport.Response

Raises:

google.auth.exceptions.TransportError – If any exception occurred.

class AuthorizedHttp(credentials, http=None, refresh_status_codes=(<HTTPStatus.UNAUTHORIZED: 401>, ), max_refresh_attempts=2)[source]

Bases: urllib3.request.RequestMethods

A urllib3 HTTP class with credentials.

This class is used to perform requests to API endpoints that require authorization:

from google.auth.transport.urllib3 import AuthorizedHttp

authed_http = AuthorizedHttp(credentials)

response = authed_http.request(
    'GET', 'https://www.googleapis.com/storage/v1/b')

This class implements urllib3.request.RequestMethods and can be used just like any other urllib3.PoolManager.

The underlying urlopen() implementation handles adding the credentials’ headers to the request and refreshing credentials as needed.

Parameters:
  • credentials (google.auth.credentials.Credentials) – The credentials to add to the request.
  • http (urllib3.PoolManager) – The underlying HTTP object to use to make requests. If not specified, a urllib3.PoolManager instance will be constructed with sane defaults.
  • refresh_status_codes (Sequence [ int ]) – Which HTTP status codes indicate that credentials should be refreshed and the request should be retried.
  • max_refresh_attempts (int) – The maximum number of times to attempt to refresh the credentials and retry the request.
urlopen(method, url, body=None, headers=None, **kwargs)[source]

Implementation of urllib3’s urlopen.

request(method, url, fields=None, headers=None, **urlopen_kw)

Make a request using urlopen() with the appropriate encoding of fields based on the method used.

This is a convenience method that requires the least amount of manual effort. It can be used in most situations, while still having the option to drop down to more specific methods when necessary, such as request_encode_url(), request_encode_body(), or even the lowest level urlopen().

request_encode_body(method, url, fields=None, headers=None, encode_multipart=True, multipart_boundary=None, **urlopen_kw)

Make a request using urlopen() with the fields encoded in the body. This is useful for request methods like POST, PUT, PATCH, etc.

When encode_multipart=True (default), then urllib3.filepost.encode_multipart_formdata() is used to encode the payload with the appropriate content type. Otherwise urllib.urlencode() is used with the ‘application/x-www-form-urlencoded’ content type.

Multipart encoding must be used when posting files, and it’s reasonably safe to use it in other times too. However, it may break request signing, such as with OAuth.

Supports an optional fields parameter of key/value strings AND key/filetuple. A filetuple is a (filename, data, MIME type) tuple where the MIME type is optional. For example:

fields = {
    'foo': 'bar',
    'fakefile': ('foofile.txt', 'contents of foofile'),
    'realfile': ('barfile.txt', open('realfile').read()),
    'typedfile': ('bazfile.bin', open('bazfile').read(),
                  'image/jpeg'),
    'nonamefile': 'contents of nonamefile field',
}

When uploading a file, providing a filename (the first parameter of the tuple) is optional but recommended to best mimick behavior of browsers.

Note that if headers are supplied, the ‘Content-Type’ header will be overwritten because it depends on the dynamic random boundary string which is used to compose the body of the request. The random boundary string can be explicitly set with the multipart_boundary parameter.

request_encode_url(method, url, fields=None, headers=None, **urlopen_kw)

Make a request using urlopen() with the fields encoded in the url. This is useful for request methods like GET, HEAD, DELETE, etc.

headers

Proxy to self.http.