Python Examples

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Example 1
def get_fields(self):
        """ Return the field_mapping needed for serializing the data."""
        # Re-implement the logic from the superclass methods, but make sure to handle field and query facets properly.
        field_data = self.instance.pop('fields', {})
        query_data = self.format_query_facet_data(self.instance.pop('queries', {}))
        field_mapping = super(DistinctCountsAggregateFacetSearchSerializer, self).get_fields()

        field_mapping['fields'] = FacetDictField(
            child=FacetListField(child=DistinctCountsFacetFieldSerializer(field_data), required=False)

        field_mapping['queries'] = DictField(
            query_data, child=DistinctCountsQueryFacetFieldSerializer(), required=False

        if self.serialize_objects:

        self.instance['fields'] = field_data
        self.instance['queries'] = query_data
        return field_mapping 
Example 2
def format_query_facet_data(self, query_facet_counts):
        """ Format and return the query facet data so that it may be properly serialized."""
        # Re-implement the logic from the superclass method, but make sure to handle changes to the raw query facet
        # data and extract the distinct counts.
        query_data = {}
        for field, options in getattr(self.Meta, 'field_queries', {}).items():
            # The query facet data is expected to be formatted as a dictionary with fields mapping to a two-tuple
            # containing count and distinct count.
            count, distinct_count = query_facet_counts.get(field, (0, 0))
            if count:
                query_data[field] = {
                    'field': field,
                    'options': options,
                    'count': count,
                    'distinct_count': distinct_count,
        return query_data 
Example 3
def get_distinct_count(self, instance):
        """ Return the distinct count for this facet."""
        # The instance is expected to be formatted as a three tuple containing the field name, normal count and
        # distinct count. This is consistent with the superclass implementation here:
        count = instance[2]
        return serializers.IntegerField(read_only=True).to_representation(count)