Kirjoittaja Aihe: Google drive api scripti, excel tiedoston exporttaamiseen CSV -muodossa  (Luettu 1299 kertaa)

samsunix

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Tällainen koodi työn alla:

Tarkoitus on siis muuttaa xlms tiedosto google drivessä CSV muotoon ja sen jälkeen hakea se takaisin omalle koneelle.
(tiedoston siirtämiseen google driveen voi käyttää esim gdriveä:
./gdrive upload tiedosto.xml
tai tiettyyn kansioon: gdrive upload --parent root tiedosto.xlm

Koodia: [Valitse]
#! /bin/bash

# gdrive-oauth v1.1 (build 20170321)
# A Bash helper script for Drive API authentication
#
# I use this to run scripts to perform automated tasks on my Google Drive
# Reporting of bugs/issues or General inquiries are encouraged
# If you found this helpful, let me know :-)
#
#  by Andy Forceno <andy@aurorabox.tech>
#
# Distributed under the MIT license:
# https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT

# To obtain client_id & secret:
# 1) Create a project at: https://console.developers.google.com
# 2) Go to APIs & Auth > API section (in the menu on the left side of the page)
# 3) Enable Drive API (you can search for it there)
# 4) Go to APIs & Auth > Credentials
# 5) Select "Add Credentials" from the drop down box, then choose OAuth 2.0 client ID
# 6) Follow prompts and you will be presented with client_id and secret
# 7) (Optional) You can also create an API key there, some API calls require it

client_id="123abc"
secret="123abc"

## Google Drive OAuth2 authentication
oauth () {
# Google recommends using the feeds scope only as a last-ditch effort if other scopes fail
# I can't get less permissive scopes to work, so this will have to do
scope=${SCOPE:-"https://docs.google.com/feeds"}

# Initial request to get user code & verification URL needed for user to verify authentication
oauth_verify=$(curl -s https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/device/code -d "client_id=$client_id&scope=$scope" -H "Accept: application/x-www-form-urlencoded")
device_code=$(echo $oauth_verify | grep -oP 'device_code"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"'| cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')
user_code=$(echo $oauth_verify |  grep -oP 'user_code"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"' | cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')
auth_url=$(echo $oauth_verify | grep -oP 'verification_url"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"' | cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')

echo -e "\nYou must authorize this app with Google Drive. Enter the following code in your browser to verify this app:
$user_code\n"
echo  "Press any key to open the authorization URL in your browser"
reap -p "Once you authorize this app with Google Drive, you may close your browser window\n"

xdg-open "$auth_url"
# INFO: If you use Google Chrome, replace with:
google-chrome %U "$auth_url"
read -p "Press any key to continue..."

# Second step in OAuth using the device_code previously obtained. This will get access_token and refresh_token
oauth_tokens=$(curl -s https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v3/token -d "client_id=$client_id&client_secret=$secret&code=$device_code&grant_type=http://oauth.net/grant_type/device/1.0")
access_token=$(echo $oauth_tokens | grep -oP 'access_token"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"' | cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')
refresh_token=$(echo $oauth_tokens | grep -oP 'refresh_token"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"' | cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')

# access_token and refresh_token are written to .gdriverc
touch ~/.gdriverc
echo "access_token=$access_token" >> ~/.gdriverc
echo "refresh_token=$refresh_token" >> ~/.gdriverc
echo -e "\nAccess & refresh token have been saved to /.gdriverc\n"
exit 0
}

## Check for expired or invalid tokens
validate_token () {
# Will automagically refresh access_token using refresh_token
files_uri="https://www.googleapis.com/drive/v2/files"

# File to be searched for, used by validate_token()
# Doesn't really matter what this is set to, it's just used to determine if access_token expired
# Must be encoded, see: https://developers.google.com/drive/web/search-parameters
# Or use the API explorer to generate the encoded query string for you,
# Found at the bottom of this page: https://developers.google.com/drive/v2/reference/files/list
file="'Document+(1)'"

# Request to obtain confirmation of either valid or invalid access_token
# This just searches for $file using the file.list object
# This could be just about any Drive API call
file_list=$(curl -s -H "Authorization: Bearer $access_token" $files_uri?corpus=DEFAULT&maxResults=3&orderBy=createdDate&q=title+%3D+$file&spaces=drive)

if [[ -n $(echo $file_list | grep -io "invalid") ]]; then
echo -e "Expired access token. Re-authenticating..."
# Obtain the new refresh_token and access_token
get_refresh=$(curl -s https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v3/token -d "client_id=$client_id&client_secret=$secret&refresh_token=$refresh_token&grant_type=refresh_token")
access_token=$(echo $get_refresh | grep -oP 'access_token"\s*:\s*"\K(.*)"' | cut -f1 -d',' | tr -d '"')
# Write access_token to .gdriverc
sed -i "s/access_token=.*/access_token=$access_token/g" ~/.gdriverc
echo -e "Access token refreshed!"
fi
}

## Your function goes here
function convertXLSFilesToCSV() {

    var oauthToken = ScriptApp.getOAuthToken(),
        sourceFolder = DriveApp.getFolderById(root),
        targetFolder = DriveApp.getFolderById(root),
        mimes = [MimeType.MICROSOFT_EXCEL, MimeType.MICROSOFT_EXCEL_LEGACY];

#    /* Written by Amit Agarwal */
#    /* email: amit@labnol.org  */
#    /* website: www.ctrlq.org */

    for (var m = 0; m < mimes.length; m++) {

        files = sourceFolder.getFilesByType(mimes[m]);
        while (files.hasNext()) {

            var sourceFile = files.next();

            // Re-upload the XLS file after convert in Google Sheet format
            var googleSheet = JSON.parse(UrlFetchApp.fetch(
                "https://www.googleapis.com/upload/drive/v2/files?uploadType=media&convert=true", {
                    method: "POST",
                    contentType: "application/vnd.ms-excel",
                    payload: sourceFile.getBlob().getBytes(),
                    headers: {
                        "Authorization": "Bearer " + oauthToken
                    }
                }
            ).getContentText());

            // The exportLinks object has a link to the converted CSV file
            var targetFile = UrlFetchApp.fetch(
                googleSheet.exportLinks["text/csv"], {
                    method: "GET",
                    headers: {
                        "Authorization": "Bearer " + oauthToken
                    }
                });

            // Save the CSV file in the destination folder
            targetFolder.createFile(targetFile.getBlob()).setName(sourceFile.getName() + ".csv");

            // Delete the processed file
            sourceFile.setTrashed(true);

        }
    }

}

# Validation should be performed after authentication but prior to any other API calls
validate_token

 # Other stuff goes here...
 # Take a look at the Drive API docs to see what you can do:
 # https://developers.google.com/drive/web/about-sdk
}

# Generate .gdriverc if it is missing
if [[ ! -f ~/.gdriverc ]];
then
touch ~/.gdriverc
fi
source ~/.gdriverc

# Loop that initializes authentication the first time
# Initializes other user-defined functions subsequently
while true
do
if [[ -z "$access_token" ]]; then
oauth
else
# A_Function convert all files and move them to another folder
# B_Function Download converted files
#
#$headers = @{"Authorization" = "Bearer $access_token"
#
#
#              "Content-type" = "application/json"}
#
#$DocumentID = "vEf7uHjfb35Y94L-aH1fMk3JgYqa0h95" #Your desired document ID, found by clicking "Get Share Link" from the  Drive UI
#
#$File = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri "https://www.googleapis.com/drive/v3/files/$DocumentID/export?mimeType=text/csv" -Method Get -Headers $headers
# C_function Delete all files from google drive just to be sure
#   ...
fi
done

Tulostaa:

Koodia: [Valitse]
./magic.sh: line 93: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./magic.sh: line 93: `    var oauthToken = ScriptApp.getOAuthToken(),'

Jossain pikku viba mitä en nyt näe /ymmärrä.  :(
Kaikki apu tervetullutta :)
« Viimeksi muokattu: 07.01.18 - klo:14.13 kirjoittanut samsunix »

retu

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1. rivi:
Koodia: [Valitse]
#! /bin/bash90. riviltä alkaen
Koodia: [Valitse]
function convertXLSFilesToCSV() {

    var oauthToken = ScriptApp.getOAuthToken(),
        sourceFolder = DriveApp.getFolderById(root),
        targetFolder = DriveApp.getFolderById(root),
        mimes = [MimeType.MICROSOFT_EXCEL, MimeType.MICROSOFT_EXCEL_LEGACY];
Hmm... ???

Saattaa olla tyhmä kysymys, mutta pystyykö bash ajamaan myös javascriptiä?

samsunix

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Joo - ei.. olin ihan "kujalla" ton koodin kanssa. Tuo alempi koodin pätkä syötetään google scripts saitille josta sitä voi ajaa mutta on vähän kesken vielä(kin). Voin postaa ratkaisun jahka-jos sen saan selvitettyä.

retu

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Niin no, en tunne tuota google apia, mutta olen nähnyt bash scriptejä, jotka sisältävät c-koodia, ja jotka ajettaessa kääntävät itsensä ja ajavat sitten sen binääritiedoston. Niinpä ensimmäinen ajatus tuota katsoessa oli että mitähän ne nyt on keksineet.  ::)