Source code for nipyapi.nifi.apis.access_api

# coding: utf-8

"""
    NiFi Rest API

    The Rest API provides programmatic access to command and control a NiFi instance in real time. Start and                                             stop processors, monitor queues, query provenance data, and more. Each endpoint below includes a description,                                             definitions of the expected input and output, potential response codes, and the authorizations required                                             to invoke each service.

    OpenAPI spec version: 1.19.0
    Contact: dev@nifi.apache.org
    Generated by: https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen.git
"""


from __future__ import absolute_import

import sys
import os
import re

# python 2 and python 3 compatibility library
from six import iteritems

from ..configuration import Configuration
from ..api_client import ApiClient


[docs]class AccessApi(object): """ NOTE: This class is auto generated by the swagger code generator program. Do not edit the class manually. Ref: https://github.com/swagger-api/swagger-codegen """ def __init__(self, api_client=None): config = Configuration() if api_client: self.api_client = api_client else: if not config.api_client: config.api_client = ApiClient() self.api_client = config.api_client
[docs] def create_access_token(self, **kwargs): """ Creates a token for accessing the REST API via username/password The token returned is formatted as a JSON Web Token (JWT). The token is base64 encoded and comprised of three parts. The header, the body, and the signature. The expiration of the token is a contained within the body. It is stored in the browser as a cookie, but also returned inthe response body to be stored/used by third party client scripts. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.create_access_token(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :param str username: :param str password: :return: str If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.create_access_token_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.create_access_token_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def create_access_token_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Creates a token for accessing the REST API via username/password The token returned is formatted as a JSON Web Token (JWT). The token is base64 encoded and comprised of three parts. The header, the body, and the signature. The expiration of the token is a contained within the body. It is stored in the browser as a cookie, but also returned inthe response body to be stored/used by third party client scripts. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.create_access_token_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :param str username: :param str password: :return: str If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = ['username', 'password'] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method create_access_token" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} if 'username' in params: form_params.append(('username', params['username'])) if 'password' in params: form_params.append(('password', params['password'])) body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['text/plain']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['application/x-www-form-urlencoded']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/token', 'POST', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type='str', auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def create_access_token_from_ticket(self, **kwargs): """ Creates a token for accessing the REST API via Kerberos ticket exchange / SPNEGO negotiation The token returned is formatted as a JSON Web Token (JWT). The token is base64 encoded and comprised of three parts. The header, the body, and the signature. The expiration of the token is a contained within the body. The token can be used in the Authorization header in the format 'Authorization: Bearer <token>'. It is also stored in the browser as a cookie. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.create_access_token_from_ticket(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: str If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.create_access_token_from_ticket_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.create_access_token_from_ticket_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def create_access_token_from_ticket_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Creates a token for accessing the REST API via Kerberos ticket exchange / SPNEGO negotiation The token returned is formatted as a JSON Web Token (JWT). The token is base64 encoded and comprised of three parts. The header, the body, and the signature. The expiration of the token is a contained within the body. The token can be used in the Authorization header in the format 'Authorization: Bearer <token>'. It is also stored in the browser as a cookie. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.create_access_token_from_ticket_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: str If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method create_access_token_from_ticket" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['text/plain']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['text/plain']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/kerberos', 'POST', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type='str', auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def get_access_status(self, **kwargs): """ Gets the status the client's access Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_access_status(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessStatusEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.get_access_status_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.get_access_status_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def get_access_status_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Gets the status the client's access Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_access_status_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessStatusEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method get_access_status" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['application/json']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type='AccessStatusEntity', auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def get_access_token_expiration(self, **kwargs): """ Get expiration for current Access Token Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_access_token_expiration(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessTokenExpirationEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.get_access_token_expiration_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.get_access_token_expiration_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def get_access_token_expiration_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Get expiration for current Access Token Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_access_token_expiration_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessTokenExpirationEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method get_access_token_expiration" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['application/json']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/token/expiration', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type='AccessTokenExpirationEntity', auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def get_login_config(self, **kwargs): """ Retrieves the access configuration for this NiFi This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_login_config(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessConfigurationEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.get_login_config_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.get_login_config_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def get_login_config_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Retrieves the access configuration for this NiFi This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.get_login_config_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: AccessConfigurationEntity If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method get_login_config" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['application/json']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/config', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type='AccessConfigurationEntity', auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def knox_callback(self, **kwargs): """ Redirect/callback URI for processing the result of the Apache Knox login sequence. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_callback(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.knox_callback_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.knox_callback_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def knox_callback_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Redirect/callback URI for processing the result of the Apache Knox login sequence. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_callback_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method knox_callback" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['*/*']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/knox/callback', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type=None, auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def knox_logout(self, **kwargs): """ Performs a logout in the Apache Knox. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_logout(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.knox_logout_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.knox_logout_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def knox_logout_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Performs a logout in the Apache Knox. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_logout_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method knox_logout" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['*/*']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/knox/logout', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type=None, auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def knox_request(self, **kwargs): """ Initiates a request to authenticate through Apache Knox. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_request(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.knox_request_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.knox_request_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def knox_request_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Initiates a request to authenticate through Apache Knox. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.knox_request_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method knox_request" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['*/*']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/knox/request', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type=None, auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def log_out(self, **kwargs): """ Performs a logout for other providers that have been issued a JWT. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.log_out(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.log_out_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.log_out_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def log_out_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Performs a logout for other providers that have been issued a JWT. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.log_out_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method log_out" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['*/*']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/logout', 'DELETE', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type=None, auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)
[docs] def log_out_complete(self, **kwargs): """ Completes the logout sequence by removing the cached Logout Request and Cookie if they existed and redirects to /nifi/login. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.log_out_complete(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ kwargs['_return_http_data_only'] = True if kwargs.get('callback'): return self.log_out_complete_with_http_info(**kwargs) else: (data) = self.log_out_complete_with_http_info(**kwargs) return data
[docs] def log_out_complete_with_http_info(self, **kwargs): """ Completes the logout sequence by removing the cached Logout Request and Cookie if they existed and redirects to /nifi/login. Note: This endpoint is subject to change as NiFi and it's REST API evolve. This method makes a synchronous HTTP request by default. To make an asynchronous HTTP request, please define a `callback` function to be invoked when receiving the response. >>> def callback_function(response): >>> pprint(response) >>> >>> thread = api.log_out_complete_with_http_info(callback=callback_function) :param callback function: The callback function for asynchronous request. (optional) :return: None If the method is called asynchronously, returns the request thread. """ all_params = [] all_params.append('callback') all_params.append('_return_http_data_only') all_params.append('_preload_content') all_params.append('_request_timeout') params = locals() for key, val in iteritems(params['kwargs']): if key not in all_params: raise TypeError( "Got an unexpected keyword argument '%s'" " to method log_out_complete" % key ) params[key] = val del params['kwargs'] collection_formats = {} path_params = {} query_params = [] header_params = {} form_params = [] local_var_files = {} body_params = None # HTTP header `Accept` header_params['Accept'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_accept(['*/*']) # HTTP header `Content-Type` header_params['Content-Type'] = self.api_client.\ select_header_content_type(['*/*']) # Authentication setting auth_settings = ['tokenAuth'] return self.api_client.call_api('/access/logout/complete', 'GET', path_params, query_params, header_params, body=body_params, post_params=form_params, files=local_var_files, response_type=None, auth_settings=auth_settings, callback=params.get('callback'), _return_http_data_only=params.get('_return_http_data_only'), _preload_content=params.get('_preload_content', True), _request_timeout=params.get('_request_timeout'), collection_formats=collection_formats)