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Client for Erecruit API 2.0 with Fallback to 1.0

Project description

erclient

Client for Erecruit V2 API (Json/OAuth) with fallback to REST API

Installation:

pip install erclient

Requires that the following variables be set in the local ENV:

ER_BASE_URL (url, base URL for API 2.0, eg "https://erecruit.example.com/")

ER_TOKEN_URL (url, base Token URL for API 2.0, eg "https://erecruit.example.com/t/token")

ER_CLIENT_ID (string, Client ID for API 2.0, eg "ABCD123456")

ER_CLIENT_SECRET (string, Client Password for API 2.0, eg "ABCD123456")

ER_REST_ENTITY_ID (string, the REST 1.0 API Entity ID, eg "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000E01")

ER_REST_USERNAME (string, the REST 1.0 API Username eg "webapi@example.com")

ER_REST_PASSWORD (string, the REST 1.0 API Password eg "MyPassword")

The following variables are for eStaff365 integration and are optional:

ER_ESTAFF_API_BASE_URL (string, typically "https://www.estaff365.com:8443/")

ER_ESTAFF_BASE_URL (string, typically "http://www.estaff365.com/")

ER_ESTAFF_PASSWORD (string, eg "MyPassword")

ER_ESTAFF_USERNAME (string, eg "service@Example")

Example Script: (generates a random, fully populated and authenticated candidate record with optional PDF resume parsing. It then looks up that new profile using the REST api, validates the profile against the username and password, changes the password, and re-validates it against the new password, with timings.):

import random, os, time
from faker import Faker

from erclient.address import list_address_states
from erclient.adsource import list_adsources
from erclient.candidate import create_candidate_rest as create_candidate, change_password_rest, lookup_rest, \
    validate_rest, Candidate
from erclient.foldergroup import list_foldergroups
from erclient.position import list_posted_positions

fake = Faker()

tic = time.perf_counter()
foldergroup = random.choice(list_foldergroups())
adsource = random.choice(list_adsources(abouttype_id='Candidate'))
state = random.choice(list_address_states())
title = foldergroup.name
fname = fake.first_name()
lname = fake.last_name()
phone = fake.phone_number()
email = fake.ascii_safe_email()
zipcode = fake.postcode()
password = fake.password()
try:
    position = random.choice(list_posted_positions())
    position_id = position.position_id
except IndexError:
    position_id = None
portfolio_url = fake.url()
if os.path.exists('resume.pdf'):
    with open('resume.pdf', 'rb') as resume:
        candidate = create_candidate(
            first=fname,
            last=lname,
            folder_group_id=foldergroup.foldergroup_id,
            title=title,
            adsource=adsource,
            email_address=email,
            phone_number=phone,
            address_1=fake.street_address(),
            city=fake.city(),
            state_id=state.address_state_id,
            postal_code=zipcode,
            password=password,
            position_id=position_id,
            portfolio_url=portfolio_url,
            resume=resume
        )
else:
    candidate = create_candidate(
        first=fname,
        last=lname,
        folder_group_id=foldergroup.foldergroup_id,
        title=title,
        adsource=adsource,
        email_address=email,
        phone_number=phone,
        address_1=fake.street_address(),
        city=fake.city(),
        state_id=state.address_state_id,
        postal_code=zipcode,
        password=password,
        position_id=position_id,
        portfolio_url=portfolio_url,
        resume=None
    )
toc = time.perf_counter()
print('Candidate {name}, ID#{id} created in {duration} seconds. Login: {login}, Password: {password}'.format(
    name=candidate,
    id=candidate.candidate_id,
    duration=toc - tic,
    login=candidate.email_address,
    password=password
))
tic = time.perf_counter()
mycan = lookup_rest(candidate.email_address)
toc = time.perf_counter()
print('Looking up candidate {mycan}, ID#{id} via email address using REST api: {email} in {duration} seconds'.format(
    mycan=lookup_rest(mycan.email_address),
    id=mycan.candidate_id,
    email=mycan.email_address,
    duration=toc - tic)
)
tic = time.perf_counter()
myval = validate_rest(mycan.email_address, password)
toc = time.perf_counter()
print('Validating username {email} and password "{password}" against REST api: {result}  in {duration} seconds'.format(
    email=mycan.email_address,
    password=password,
    result=(True if isinstance(myval, Candidate) else False),
    duration=toc - tic))
newpass = fake.password()
tic = time.perf_counter()
changepw = change_password_rest(mycan.candidate_id, newpass)
print('Changing password for username {email} from "{oldpassword}" to "{newpassword}" in {duration} seconds'.format(
    email=mycan.email_address,
    oldpassword=password,
    newpassword=newpass,
    duration=toc - tic))
tic = time.perf_counter()
myval = validate_rest(mycan.email_address, newpass)
toc = time.perf_counter()
print(
    'Validating username {email} and new password "{password}" against REST api: {result}  in {duration} seconds'.format(
        email=mycan.email_address,
        password=newpass,
        result=(True if isinstance(myval, Candidate) else False),
        duration=toc - tic))

Sample Output:

Candidate Andrew Peters, ID#3329977 created in 13.25360290199751 seconds. Login: karen77@example.com, Password: K*6Gx3mu%g

Looking up candidate Andrew Peters, ID#3329977 via email address using REST api: karen77@example.com in 1.537556262977887 seconds

Validating username karen77@example.com and password "K*6Gx3mu%g" against REST api: True  in 1.463470447983127 seconds

Changing password for username karen77@example.com from "K*6Gx3mu%g" to "+33Rd$dOzE" in -0.0009151159902103245 seconds

Validating username karen77@example.com and new password "+33Rd$dOzE" against REST api: True  in 1.6288100390229374 seconds

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