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from .shotgun_hierarchy_model import ShotgunHierarchyModel
Convenience wrapper around the Shotgun Hierarchy model for quick and easy
All you need to do is to instantiate the class (typically once, in your
constructor) and then call :meth:`load_data` to specify which shotgun
:meth:`~shotgun-api3:shotgun_api3.Shotgun.nav_expand()` query to load up
the top-level items in the hierarchy. The remaining items will be queried
asynchronously as items are expanded.
Subsequently call :meth:`load_data` whenever you wish to change the
:meth:`~shotgun-api3:shotgun_api3.Shotgun.nav_expand()` query associated
with the model.
This class derives from :class:`ShotgunHierarchyModel` so all the
customization methods available in the normal :class:`ShotgunHierarchyModel`
can also be subclassed from this class.
[docs] def load_data(self, seed_entity_field, root=None, entity_fields=None):
Loads shotgun data into the model, using the cache if possible.
:param str seed_entity_field: This is a string that corresponds to the
field on an entity used to seed the hierarchy. For example, a value
of ``Version.entity`` would cause the model to display a hierarchy
where the leaves match the entity value of Version entities.
NOTE: This value is currently limited to either ``Version.entity``
:param dict root: This is the entity that will be at the root
of the hierarchy view. By default, this value is ``None``, which
means the root of the hierarchy will be at the site level. Only
projects can be set as the root of a hierarchy model.
:param dict entity_fields: A dictionary that identifies what fields to
include on returned entities. Since the hierarchy can include any
entity structure, this argument allows for specification of
additional fields to include as these entities are returned. The
dict's keys correspond to the entity type and the value is a list
of field names to return.
seed_entity_field, root=root, entity_fields=entity_fields