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A Django app to syncronice data with Pipedrive.

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# django_pipedrive


django_pipedrive is a simple Django app to post data to the Pipedrive service and keep track of its online data.
The app listens for the Pipedrive webhooks for every event as for version 1 of the API.

Quick start

1. Add "django_pipedrive" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this::


2. Configure the variable "PIPEDRIVE_API_KEY" in settings like this::



3. Include the django_pipedrive URLconf in your project like this::
url(r'^django_pipedrive/', include('django_pipedrive.urls')),
4. Run `python migrate` to create the django_pipedrive models.

5. Start the development server and visit
to verify that the server is listening for webhooks (you'll just read a Hello World, but that is enough to check that the server is working).

6. Register the url as a webhook at

## Available Models

- pipedrive.User
- pipedrive.Pipeline
- pipedrive.Stage
- pipedrive.Person
- pipedrive.Organization
- pipedrive.Deal
- pipedrive.Activity
- pipedrive.Note

### Model conventions

All models have field called 'external_id' which is the corresponding 'id' at Pipedrive.

## Compatibility

The app has been tested with Django1.8 and Postgres 9.5.6

## Caveats

As for the first version of the app, it requires the extension HStore of postgres to deal with Pipedrive's custom fields

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