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Integration between django and the SalesForce ExactTarget REST API

Project description

This library serves as a connector between django and the Exact Target REST API. It will support more of the API in the future, but currently only supports TriggeredSends.

Installation

Install using pip.:

$ pip install django-exact-target

Add your exact target client settings to your Django project’s settings.py file.:

EXACT_TARGET_CLIENT_ID = 'my-client-id...'
EXACT_TARGET_CLIENT_SECRET = 'my-client-secret...'

Usage

Dispatch a TriggeredSend. See also message definition sends.:

from exacttarget.messages import TriggeredSend

sender = TriggeredSend('my-triggered-send-id')
sender.dispatch('foo@example.com', {
    # SubscriberAttributes
    "Region": "West",
    "City": "Indianapolis",
    "State": "IN"
})

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Changelog

0.1.0

  • Initial release.

0.1.1

  • support for plaintext errors in responses

0.1.2

  • optional errorcode whitelist

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