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data_manager

class mpf.core.data_manager.DataManager(machine, name, min_wait_secs=1)

Bases: mpf.core.mpf_controller.MpfController

Handles key value data loading and saving for the machine.

Methods & Attributes

The data_manager has the following methods & attributes available. Note that methods & attributes inherited from the base class are not included here.

configure_logging(logger: str, console_level: str = 'basic', file_level: str = 'basic')

Configure logging.

Parameters:
  • logger – The string name of the logger to use.
  • console_level – The level of logging for the console. Valid options are “none”, “basic”, or “full”.
  • file_level – The level of logging for the console. Valid options are “none”, “basic”, or “full”.
debug_log(msg: str, *args, **kwargs) → None

Log a message at the debug level.

Note that whether this message shows up in the console or log file is controlled by the settings used with configure_logging().

error_log(msg: str, *args, context=None, **kwargs) → None

Log a message at the error level.

These messages will always be shown in the console and the log file.

get_data(section=None)

Return the value of this DataManager’s data.

Parameters:section – Optional string name of a section (dictionary key) for the data you want returned. Default is None which returns the entire dictionary.
ignorable_runtime_exception(msg: str) → None

Handle ignorable runtime exception.

During development or tests raise an exception for easier debugging. Log an error during production.

info_log(msg: str, *args, context=None, **kwargs) → None

Log a message at the info level.

Whether this message shows up in the console or log file is controlled by the settings used with configure_logging().

raise_config_error(msg, error_no, *, context=None)

Raise a ConfigFileError exception.

save_all(data)

Update all data.

warning_log(msg: str, *args, context=None, **kwargs) → None

Log a message at the warning level.

These messages will always be shown in the console and the log file.