How to use _add_remove_uh_to_topic method in autotest

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...154 are the word to print for an155 individual item of such a value.156 """157 add_remove_things = {'users': 'user', 'hosts': 'host'} # Original behavior158 def _add_remove_uh_to_topic(self, item, what):159 """Adds the 'what' (such as users or hosts) to the 'item'"""160 uhs = getattr(self, what)161 if len(uhs) == 0:162 # To skip the try/else163 raise AttributeError164 op = '%s_%s_%s' % (self.topic, self.op_action, what)165 try:166 self.execute_rpc(op=op, # The opcode167 **{'id': item, what: uhs}) # The data168 setattr(self, 'good_%s' % what, uhs)169 except topic_common.CliError, full_error:170 bad_uhs = self.parse_json_exception(full_error)171 good_uhs = list(set(uhs) - set(bad_uhs))172 if bad_uhs and good_uhs:173 self.execute_rpc(op=op,174 **{'id': item, what: good_uhs})175 setattr(self, 'good_%s' % what, good_uhs)176 else:177 raise178 def execute(self):179 """Adds or removes things (users, hosts, etc.) from a topic, e.g.:180 Add hosts to labels:181 self.topic = 'label'182 self.op_action = 'add'183 self.add_remove_things = {'users': 'user', 'hosts': 'host'}184 self.get_items() = The labels/ACLs that the hosts185 should be added to.186 Returns:187 A dictionary of lists of things added successfully using the same188 keys as self.add_remove_things.189 """190 oks = {}191 for item in self.get_items():192 # FIXME(gps):193 # This reverse sorting is only here to avoid breaking many194 # existing extremely fragile unittests which depend on the195 # exact order of the calls made below. 'users' must be run196 # before 'hosts'.197 plurals = reversed(sorted(self.add_remove_things.keys()))198 for what in plurals:199 try:200 self._add_remove_uh_to_topic(item, what)201 except AttributeError:202 pass203 except topic_common.CliError, err:204 # The error was already logged by205 # self.failure()206 pass207 else:208 oks.setdefault(item, []).append(what)209 results = {}210 for thing in self.add_remove_things:211 things_ok = [item for item, what in oks.items() if thing in what]212 results[thing] = things_ok213 return results214 def output(self, results):...

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