Class: QgsGeoNodeRequest

class qgis.core.QgsGeoNodeRequest(baseUrl: str, forceRefresh: bool, parent: QObject = None)

Bases: PyQt5.QtCore.QObject

Constructor for QgsGeoNodeRequest.

If forceRefresh is False, then cached copies of the request may be reused.

Request handler for GeoNode servers.

QgsGeoNodeRequest handles requesting and parsing service details from a GeoNode server instance, for instance requesting all available layers or layer styles.

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Methods

abort

Aborts any active network request immediately.

childEvent

connectNotify

customEvent

disconnectNotify

fetchDefaultStyleBlocking

Requests the default style for the layer with matching layerName from the server.

fetchLayers

Triggers a new request to fetch the list of available layers from the server.

fetchLayersBlocking

Requests the list of available layers from the server.

fetchServiceUrlDataBlocking

Obtains a map of layer name to URL for available services with matching serviceType from the server.

fetchServiceUrlsBlocking

Requests the list of unique URLs for available services with matching serviceType from the server.

fetchStyleBlocking

Requests the details for the style with matching styleId from the server.

fetchStylesBlocking

Requests the list of available styles for the layer with matching layerName from the server.

isSignalConnected

lastError

Returns the most recent error string for any encountered errors, or an empty string if no errors have been encountered.

lastResponse

Returns the most recent response obtained from the server.

protocol

Returns the network protocol (e.g.

receivers

request

Triggers a new request to the GeoNode server, with the requested endPoint.

requestBlocking

Triggers a new request to the GeoNode server, with the requested endPoint.

sender

senderSignalIndex

setProtocol

Sets the network protocol (e.g.

timerEvent

Signals

layersFetched

Emitted when the result of a fetchLayers call has been received and processed.

requestFinished

Emitted when the existing request has been completed.

statusChanged

Emitted when the status of an ongoing request is changed.

Attributes

class ServiceLayerDetail

Bases: sip.wrapper

QgsGeoNodeRequest.ServiceLayerDetail(QgsGeoNodeRequest.ServiceLayerDetail)

name
title
typeName
uuid
wfsURL
wmsURL
xyzURL
abort(self)

Aborts any active network request immediately.

childEvent()
connectNotify()
customEvent()
disconnectNotify()
fetchDefaultStyleBlocking(self, layerName: str) → QgsGeoNodeStyle

Requests the default style for the layer with matching layerName from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

fetchLayers(self)

Triggers a new request to fetch the list of available layers from the server. When complete, the layersFetched() signal will be emitted with the result.

This method is non-blocking and returns immediately.

Warning

When using the non-blocking methods in this class, sending overlapping requests results in undefined behavior. Use separate instances of QgsGeoNodeRequest instead to avoid this.

See also

layersFetched()

fetchLayersBlocking(self) → object

Requests the list of available layers from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

See also

fetchLayers()

fetchServiceUrlDataBlocking(self, serviceType: str) → Dict[str, str]

Obtains a map of layer name to URL for available services with matching serviceType from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

fetchServiceUrlsBlocking(self, serviceType: str) → List[str]

Requests the list of unique URLs for available services with matching serviceType from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

fetchStyleBlocking(self, styleId: str) → QgsGeoNodeStyle

Requests the details for the style with matching styleId from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

fetchStylesBlocking(self, layerName: str) → object

Requests the list of available styles for the layer with matching layerName from the server.

This method is blocking and will wait for results from the server before returning. Accordingly it should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

isSignalConnected()
lastError(self) → str

Returns the most recent error string for any encountered errors, or an empty string if no errors have been encountered.

lastResponse(self) → QByteArray

Returns the most recent response obtained from the server.

layersFetched

Emitted when the result of a fetchLayers call has been received and processed. [signal]

protocol(self) → str

Returns the network protocol (e.g. ‘http’) used for connecting with the server.

See also

setProtocol()

receivers()
request(self, endPoint: str)

Triggers a new request to the GeoNode server, with the requested endPoint. Any existing request will be aborted.

Calling this method does not block while waiting for a result.

Warning

When using the non-blocking methods in this class, sending overlapping requests results in undefined behavior. Use separate instances of QgsGeoNodeRequest instead to avoid this.

requestBlocking(self, endPoint: str) → bool

Triggers a new request to the GeoNode server, with the requested endPoint. Any existing request will be aborted.

Calling this method will block while waiting for a result. It should not be used from any code which potentially blocks operation in the main GUI thread.

See also

request()

requestFinished

Emitted when the existing request has been completed. [signal]

sender()
senderSignalIndex()
setProtocol(self, protocol: str)

Sets the network protocol (e.g. ‘http’) used for connecting with the server.

See also

protocol()

statusChanged

Emitted when the status of an ongoing request is changed. [signal]

timerEvent()