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All of the Python scripts use a common Python class in a single module.

#!/usr/bin/env python
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# File: deploy_requests.py
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import json
import logging
import requests

requests.packages.urllib3.disable_warnings()

class DeployRequests(object):
    '''
    Wrapper class for requests that simplifies the ONTAP Select Deploy
    path creation and header manipulations for simpler code.
    '''

    def __init__(self, ip, admin_password):
        self.base_url = 'https://{}/api'.format(ip)
        self.auth = ('admin', admin_password)
        self.headers = {'Accept': 'application/json'}
        self.logger = logging.getLogger('deploy')

    def post(self, path, data, files=None, wait_for_job=False):
        if files:
            self.logger.debug('POST FILES:')
            response = requests.post(self.base_url + path,
                                     auth=self.auth, verify=False,
                                     files=files)
        else:
            self.logger.debug('POST DATA: %s', data)
            response = requests.post(self.base_url + path,
                                     auth=self.auth, verify=False,
                                     json=data,
                                     headers=self.headers)

        self.logger.debug('HEADERS: %s\nBODY: %s', self.filter_headers(response), response.text)
        self.exit_on_errors(response)

        if wait_for_job and response.status_code == 202:
            self.wait_for_job(response.json())
        return response

    def patch(self, path, data, wait_for_job=False):
        self.logger.debug('PATCH DATA: %s', data)
        response = requests.patch(self.base_url + path,
                                  auth=self.auth, verify=False,
                                  json=data,
                                  headers=self.headers)
        self.logger.debug('HEADERS: %s\nBODY: %s', self.filter_headers(response), response.text)
        self.exit_on_errors(response)

        if wait_for_job and response.status_code == 202:
            self.wait_for_job(response.json())
        return response

    def put(self, path, data, files=None, wait_for_job=False):
        if files:
            print('PUT FILES: {}'.format(data))
            response = requests.put(self.base_url + path,
                                    auth=self.auth, verify=False,
                                    data=data,
                                    files=files)
        else:
            self.logger.debug('PUT DATA:')
            response = requests.put(self.base_url + path,
                                    auth=self.auth, verify=False,
                                    json=data,
                                    headers=self.headers)

        self.logger.debug('HEADERS: %s\nBODY: %s', self.filter_headers(response), response.text)
        self.exit_on_errors(response)

        if wait_for_job and response.status_code == 202:
            self.wait_for_job(response.json())
        return response

    def get(self, path):
        """ Get a resource object from the specified path """
        response = requests.get(self.base_url + path, auth=self.auth, verify=False)
        self.logger.debug('HEADERS: %s\nBODY: %s', self.filter_headers(response), response.text)
        self.exit_on_errors(response)
        return response

    def delete(self, path, wait_for_job=False):
        """ Delete's a resource from the specified path """
        response = requests.delete(self.base_url + path, auth=self.auth, verify=False)
        self.logger.debug('HEADERS: %s\nBODY: %s', self.filter_headers(response), response.text)
        self.exit_on_errors(response)

        if wait_for_job and response.status_code == 202:
            self.wait_for_job(response.json())
        return response

    def find_resource(self, path, name, value):
        ''' Returns the 'id' of the resource if it exists, otherwise None '''
        resource = None
        response = self.get('{path}?{field}={value}'.format(
                            path=path, field=name, value=value))
        if response.status_code == 200 and response.json().get('num_records') >= 1:
            resource = response.json().get('records')[0].get('id')
        return resource

    def get_num_records(self, path, query=None):
        ''' Returns the number of records found in a container, or None on error '''
        resource = None
        query_opt = '?{}'.format(query) if query else ''
        response = self.get('{path}{query}'.format(path=path, query=query_opt))
        if response.status_code == 200 :
            return response.json().get('num_records')
        return None

    def resource_exists(self, path, name, value):
        return self.find_resource(path, name, value) is not None

    def wait_for_job(self, response, poll_timeout=120):
        last_modified = response['job']['last_modified']
        job_id = response['job']['id']

        self.logger.info('Event: ' + response['job']['message'])

        while True:
            response = self.get('/jobs/{}?fields=state,message&'
                                'poll_timeout={}&last_modified=>={}'.format(
                                    job_id, poll_timeout, last_modified))

            job_body = response.json().get('record', {})

            # Show interesting message updates
            message = job_body.get('message', '')
            self.logger.info('Event: ' + message)

            # Refresh the last modified time for the poll loop
            last_modified = job_body.get('last_modified')

            # Look for the final states
            state = job_body.get('state', 'unknown')
            if state in ['success', 'failure']:
                if state == 'failure':
                    self.logger.error('FAILED background job.\nJOB: %s', job_body)
                    exit(1)   # End the script if a failure occurs
                break

    def exit_on_errors(self, response):
        if response.status_code >= 400:
            self.logger.error('FAILED request to URL: %s\nHEADERS: %s\nRESPONSE BODY: %s',
                              response.request.url,
                              self.filter_headers(response),
                              response.text)
        response.raise_for_status()   # Displays the response error, and exits the script

    @staticmethod
    def filter_headers(response):
        ''' Returns a filtered set of the response headers '''
        return {key: response.headers[key] for key in ['Location', 'request-id'] if key in response.headers}