How to use xmltodict - 10 common examples

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github martinblech / xmltodict / tests / View on Github external
def test_simple_cdata(self):
        obj = {'a': 'b'}
        self.assertEqual(obj, parse(unparse(obj)))
        self.assertEqual(unparse(obj), unparse(parse(unparse(obj))))
github jxtech / wechatpy / tests / View on Github external
def assertXMLEqual(self, expected, xml):
        expected = xmltodict.unparse(xmltodict.parse(expected))
        xml = xmltodict.unparse(xmltodict.parse(xml))
        self.assertEqual(expected, xml)
github martinblech / xmltodict / tests / View on Github external
def test_streaming_interrupt(self):
        cb = lambda path, item: False
                          parse, '<a>x</a>',
                          item_depth=1, item_callback=cb)
github openml / openml-python / openml / flows / View on Github external
def __list_flows(
    api_call: str,
    output_format: str = 'dict'
) -> Union[Dict, pd.DataFrame]:

    xml_string = openml._api_calls._perform_api_call(api_call, 'get')
    flows_dict = xmltodict.parse(xml_string, force_list=('oml:flow',))

    # Minimalistic check if the XML is useful
    assert type(flows_dict['oml:flows']['oml:flow']) == list, \
    assert flows_dict['oml:flows']['@xmlns:oml'] == \
        '', flows_dict['oml:flows']['@xmlns:oml']

    flows = dict()
    for flow_ in flows_dict['oml:flows']['oml:flow']:
        fid = int(flow_['oml:id'])
        flow = {'id': fid,
                'full_name': flow_['oml:full_name'],
                'name': flow_['oml:name'],
                'version': flow_['oml:version'],
                'external_version': flow_['oml:external_version'],
                'uploader': flow_['oml:uploader']}
github openml / openml-python / openml / tasks / View on Github external
def __list_tasks(api_call, output_format='dict'):
    xml_string = openml._api_calls._perform_api_call(api_call, 'get')
    tasks_dict = xmltodict.parse(xml_string, force_list=('oml:task',
    # Minimalistic check if the XML is useful
    if 'oml:tasks' not in tasks_dict:
        raise ValueError('Error in return XML, does not contain "oml:runs": %s'
                         % str(tasks_dict))
    elif '@xmlns:oml' not in tasks_dict['oml:tasks']:
        raise ValueError('Error in return XML, does not contain '
                         '"oml:runs"/@xmlns:oml: %s'
                         % str(tasks_dict))
    elif tasks_dict['oml:tasks']['@xmlns:oml'] != '':
        raise ValueError('Error in return XML, value of  '
                         '"oml:runs"/@xmlns:oml is not '
                         '"": %s'
                         % str(tasks_dict))

    assert type(tasks_dict['oml:tasks']['oml:task']) == list, \
github IBCNServices / CSV2KG / csv2kg / View on Github external
def dbpedia_lookup(value, col_type=None, max_hits=50):
    # URL encode the spaces
    value = str(value).replace(" ", "%20")
    base_url = '{}/api/search/KeywordSearch?MaxHits={}&QueryString="{}"'
    url = base_url.format(DBP_LOOKUP_URI, max_hits, value)
    if col_type is not None:
        # If a col_type is provided, we append an extra 
        # parameter to the API
        url_suffix = '&QueryClass="{}"'.format(col_type)
        url = base_url.format(DBP_LOOKUP_URI, max_hits, value)
        url += url_suffix

        response = requests.get(url, headers={'Connection': 'close'})
        # Response is in XML, we parse it
        tree = xmltodict.parse(response.content.decode('utf-8'))

        # Check if it contains results
        if 'ArrayOfResult' in tree and 'Result' in tree['ArrayOfResult']:
            result = tree['ArrayOfResult']['Result']

            if isinstance(result, dict):
                parsed_result = [result['URI']]
                parsed_result = [x['URI'] for x in result]

            return parsed_result
            return []
    except Exception as e:
        warnings.warn('[DBPEDIA_LOOKUP] Something went wrong with request to '
                      '{}. Returning nothing...'.format(url))
github aserper / DDEtect / View on Github external
parser.add_argument("-x", "--docx", help="target is a modern docx file")
parser.add_argument("-d", "--doc", help="Target is a a regular-old doc file")
args = parser.parse_args()

if args.docx is True:
    #Parsing as a docx document:

    #Defining a regex for DDE/DDEAUTO
    regex = re.compile("DDE.*")
    print "Very simple DDE detector for word documents\r\n Written by Amit Serper, @0xAmit\n\n"

    #First we open the docx file as a zip
    document = zipfile.ZipFile(args.docx, 'r')
    #Parsing the XML
    xmldata ='word/document.xml')
    d = xmltodict.parse(xmldata)
    #Looking up for the DDE object in this position, flattening the xml because we're lazy.
    DDE = nested_lookup('w:instrText', d)
    if DDE:
        print "Malicious DDE objects found: \n{0}".format(regex.findall(str(DDE)))
        print "No DDE objects were found"

    #Parsing as an old DOC file
    with open(args.doc, 'rb') as doc:
        docstr =
    pos = docstr.find('DDE') # We're looking for the string 'DDE', this will return its position.
    pos = pos-1 # Deducting 1 so we're now 1 char before the string starts
    doc_regex = re.compile('^[^"]+') # Regex is looking for the final char to be '"' since that's our delimiter.
    res = doc_regex.findall(docstr[pos:]) # Matching from regex to '"'
    if "DDE" in str(res):
github jedelman8 / pycsco / pycsco / nxos / utils / View on Github external
def get_flash_size(self):
        """Return the available space in the remote directory.
        dir_out_dict = xmltodict.parse('dir', text=True)[1])
        dir_out = dir_out_dict['ins_api']['outputs']['output']['body']

        match ='(\d+) bytes free', dir_out)
        bytes_free =

        return int(bytes_free)
github CiscoDevNet / netprog_basics / network_device_apis / netconf / View on Github external
import xmltodict

# NETCONF filter to use
netconf_filter = open("filter-ietf-interfaces.xml").read()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    with manager.connect(host=ios_xe1["address"], port=ios_xe1["port"],
                         hostkey_verify=False) as m:

        # Get Configuration and State Info for Interface
        netconf_reply = m.get(netconf_filter)

        # Process the XML and store in useful dictionaries
        intf_details = xmltodict.parse(netconf_reply.xml)["rpc-reply"]["data"]
        intf_config = intf_details["interfaces"]["interface"]
        intf_info = intf_details["interfaces-state"]["interface"]

        print("Interface Details:")
        print("  Name: {}".format(intf_config["name"]))
        print("  Description: {}".format(intf_config["description"]))
        print("  Type: {}".format(intf_config["type"]["#text"]))
        print("  MAC Address: {}".format(intf_info["phys-address"]))
        print("  Packets Input: {}".format(intf_info["statistics"]["in-unicast-pkts"]))
        print("  Packets Output: {}".format(intf_info["statistics"]["out-unicast-pkts"]))
github ckbjimmy / cdc / cdc / src / View on Github external
def Converter(workdir, folder, format):
    if format == "xml":
        fileList = [f for f in os.listdir(folder) if f.endswith(".xml")]
        res = {}
        t = time.time()
        for f in fileList:
            print "cTAKES XML files processing: " + f
            with open(folder + f) as ff:
                doc = xmltodict.parse(
                    bow = doc['CAS']['uima.cas.Sofa']['@sofaString']
                    bow = bow.replace('\n', ' ').replace('\r', '').replace('\t', ' ').replace(r'<br>', '').replace(r'<p>', '').replace(r'</p>', '').replace(r'<b>', '').replace(r'</b>', '').replace('START_OF_RECORD=1||||1||||', '').replace('||||END_OF_RECORD', '')
                    bow = bow.lower().encode('utf-8')
                    concept = doc['CAS']['org.apache.ctakes.typesystem.type.refsem.UmlsConcept']
                    l = []
                    for i in xrange(len(concept)):
                        if concept[i]['@codingScheme'] == 'SNOMEDCT':
                            prefix = 'S'
                        elif concept[i]['@codingScheme'] == 'RXNORM':
                            prefix = 'R'
                        l.append([concept[i]['@cui'], concept[i]['@tui'], prefix + concept[i]['@code'], concept[i]['@codingScheme']])
                    umls = []


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