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A Python wrapper for the Wrike API.

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WrikePy is a Python Wrapper for the API.

Getting Started

Import WrikePy

from WrikePy import *

Initialize API

Every Wrike API call requires a Wrike object parameter in order to send a request.

wrike = Wrike(base_url, perm_access_token, ssl_verify)
  • The base_url parameter is the base URL for every Wrike API request. The default value is "".
  • The perm_access_token parameter is the API key that you generate from your Wrike account (Apps & Integrations > API). The default value is "None".
  • The ssl_verify parameter is a security feature that comes with secure urls. The default value is "True".

Wrike API

The format of WrikePy mirrors that of the Wrike API documentation methods. WrikePy includes a class for each API method and a function for each API call type. As an example, the following will get a folders and/or projects from within a folder...

folders = FoldersProjects(wrike, ["folderId"], {"paramKey": "paramValue"}).query__folders_folderId_folders()

Function Naming Conventions

Functions following the naming conventions put forth in the API documentation.

Name Request Type
query__ GET
create__ POST
update__ PUT
delete__ DELETE
create_files__ POST (Upload Files)
update_files__ PUT (Update Files)

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