Microsoft Azure Event Hubs Client Library for Python
Microsoft Azure SDK for Event Hubs
A Python AMQP client for Azure Event Hubs the provides:
- A sender to publish events to the Event Hubs service.
- A receiver to read events from the Event Hubs service.
On Python 3.5 and above, it also includes:
- An async sender and receiver that supports async/await methods.
- An Event Processor Host module that manages the distribution of partition readers.
Wheels are provided for all major operating systems, so you can install directly with pip:
$ pip install azure-eventhub
Reference documentation is available at docs.microsoft.com/python/api/azure-eventhub.
- ./examples/send.py - use sender to publish events
- ./examples/recv.py - use receiver to read events
- ./examples/send_async.py - async/await support of a sender
- ./examples/recv_async.py - async/await support of a receiver
- ./examples/eph.py - event processor host
- enable ‘azure.eventhub’ logger to collect traces from the library
- enable ‘uamqp’ logger to collect traces from the underlying uAMQP library
- enable AMQP frame level trace by setting debug=True when creating the Client
If you encounter any bugs or have suggestions, please file an issue in the Issues section of the project.
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- Fixed bug where datetime offset filter was using a local timestamp rather than UTC.
- Fixed stackoverflow error in continuous connection reconnect attempts.
- Added support for auto reconnect on token expiration and other auth errors (issue #89).
- Added ability to create ServiceBusClient from an existing SAS auth token, including provding a function to auto-renew that token on expiry.
- Added support for storing a custom EPH context value in checkpoint (PR #84, thanks @konstantinmiller)
- Support for Python 2.7 in azure.eventhub module (azure.eventprocessorhost will not support Python 2.7).
- Parse EventData.enqueued_time as a UTC timestamp (issue #72, thanks @vjrantal)
- Fixed bug in Azure namespace package.
- Changes to AzureStorageCheckpointLeaseManager parameters to support other connection options (issue #61):
- The storage_account_name, storage_account_key and lease_container_name arguments are now optional keyword arguments.
- Added a sas_token argument that must be specified with storage_account_name in place of storage_account_key.
- Added an endpoint_suffix argument to support storage endpoints in National Clouds.
- Added a connection_string argument that, if specified, overrides all other endpoint arguments.
- The lease_container_name argument now defaults to “eph-leases” if not specified.
- Fix for clients failing to start if run called multipled times (issue #64).
- Added convenience methods body_as_str and body_as_json to EventData object for easier processing of message data.
- API stable.
- Renamed internal _async module to async_ops for docs generation.
- Added optional auth_timeout parameter to EventHubClient and EventHubClientAsync to configure how long to allow for token negotiation to complete. Default is 60 seconds.
- Added optional send_timeout parameter to EventHubClient.add_sender and EventHubClientAsync.add_async_sender to determine the timeout for Events to be successfully sent. Default value is 60 seconds.
- Reformatted logging for performance.
- Stability improvements for EPH.
- Updated uAMQP version.
- Added new configuration options for Sender and Receiver; keep_alive and auto_reconnect.
These flags have been added to the following:
- Breaking change EventData.offset will now return an object of type ~uamqp.common.Offset rather than str. The original string value can be retrieved from ~uamqp.common.Offset.value.
- Each sender/receiver will now run in its own independent connection.
- Updated uAMQP dependency to 0.2.0
- Fixed issue with IoTHub clients not being able to retrieve partition information.
- Added support for HTTP proxy settings to both EventHubClient and EPH.
- Added error handling policy to automatically reconnect on retryable error.
- Added keep-alive thread for maintaining an unused connection.
- Breaking change Restructured library to support Python 3.7. Submodule async has been renamed and all classes from this module can now be imported from azure.eventhub directly.
- Breaking change Removed optional callback argument from Receiver.receive and AsyncReceiver.receive.
- Breaking change EventData.properties has been renamed to EventData.application_properties. This removes the potential for messages to be processed via callback for not yet returned in the batch.
- Updated uAMQP dependency to v0.1.0
- Added support for constructing IoTHub connections.
- Fixed memory leak in receive operations.
- Dropped Python 2.7 wheel support.
- Added namespace_suffix to EventHubConfig() to support national clouds.
- Added device_id attribute to EventData to support IoT Hub use cases.
- Added message header to workaround service bug for PartitionKey support.
- Updated uAMQP dependency to vRC1.
- Updated uAMQP to latest version.
- Further testing and minor bug fixes.
- Updated uAQMP dependency.
- Swapped out Proton dependency for uAMQP.
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