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Asynchronous and Distributed Data Exporter from a Django QuerySet

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# Django Distributed Exporter (DDE)
> Asynchronous and Distributed Data Exporter from a Django QuerySet

DDE main goal is to get data from a QuerySet and export to an output format (currently CSV
only) using Celery for task distribution.

## Installation

pip install django-dde

## Requirements

DDE uses **Celery** to manage its tasks. Currently our broker defaults to **Redis** so be
sure to install the dependencies need,
[for more information click here.](

File management is dealt using Django's Default Storage. [For more information on how to use it
please click here.](

We developed DDE using **Django 1.11** and **Python 3.5**. Other versions are pending tests. Let us know
if works in your virtual environment.

## Usage

First of all:

`pip install django-dde`

Excelent! Now you must ensure that in your `` you have these configurations:


Now you have to configure a periodic task using Celery, [please refere to this link.](

Now in the code:

from exporter.models import Exporter

exporter = Exporter.objects.create_exporter(
queryset=Model.objects.queryset, # Change Model to your Model, # E-mail that will receive the link to the exporter,
limit_per_task=100, # How many entries each task will proccess

And that's it! Simple, right?

## Development setup

Installing our dependencies in your virtual environment is pretty straight foward:

`pip install -r requirements/development.txt`

But you can use our Docker to test DDE. This method already install all dependencies
on a container, creates a Redis container and you ready to go. We already configured some shortcuts to help:

make build # Builds docker image, be sure to run this first
make build-no-cache # Build/Rebuilds (cleaning cache) docker image

make tests # Run all tests
make bash # Enters Docker's Bash

make help # Shows the available commands

## Release History

* 0.1
* Initial version

## Meta

Stored E-commerce

Distributed under the MIT license. See ``LICENSE`` for more information.


## Contributing

1. Fork it (<>)
2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b feature/fooBar`)
3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some fooBar'`)
4. Push to the branch (`git push origin feature/fooBar`)
5. Create a new Pull Request

*Remember: Every feature created or fixed must have a test written and/or fixed.*

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