Microsoft Bot Framework Bot Builder SDK for Python.
Within the Bot Framework, the Bot Connector service enables your bot to exchange messages with users on channels that are configured in the Bot Framework Portal.
How to Install
pip install botframework-connector
How to Use
Your bot communicates with the Bot Connector service using HTTP over a secured channel (SSL/TLS). When your bot sends a request to the Connector service, it must include information that the Connector service can use to verify its identity.
To authenticate the requests, you’ll need configure the Connector with the App ID and password that you obtained for your bot during registration and the Connector will handle the rest.
Client creation (with authentication), conversation initialization and activity send to user.
from botbuilder.schema import * from botframework.connector import ConnectorClient from botframework.connector.auth import MicrosoftAppCredentials APP_ID = '<your-app-id>' APP_PASSWORD = '<your-app-password>' SERVICE_URL = 'https://slack.botframework.com' CHANNEL_ID = 'slack' BOT_ID = '<bot-id>' RECIPIENT_ID = '<user-id>' credentials = MicrosoftAppCredentials(APP_ID, APP_PASSWORD) connector = ConnectorClient(credentials, base_url=SERVICE_URL) conversation = connector.conversations.create_conversation(ConversationParameters( bot=ChannelAccount(id=BOT_ID), members=[ChannelAccount(id=RECIPIENT_ID)])) connector.conversations.send_to_conversation(conversation.id, Activity( type=ActivityTypes.message, channel_id=CHANNEL_ID, recipient=ChannelAccount(id=RECIPIENT_ID), from_property=ChannelAccount(id=BOT_ID), text='Hello World!'))
Rest API Documentation
For the Connector Service API Documentation, please see our API reference.
You can find more information on the botbuilder-python project by visiting our Wiki.
The latest developer version is available in a github repository: https://github.com/Microsoft/botbuilder-python/
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