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This library allows for you to integrate with Five9 Cloud Contact Center using Python.

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Python Five9
============

This library allows you to interact with the Five9 Settings and Statistics Web
Services using Python.

* `Read The API Documentation <https://laslabs.github.io/python-five9>`_

Installation
============

Installation is easiest using Pip and PyPi::

pip install five9

If you would like to contribute, or prefer Git::

git clone https://github.com/LasLabs/python-five9.git
cd python-five9
pip install -r requirements.txt
pip install .

Usage
=====

Connect
-------

.. code-block:: python

from five9 import Five9

client = Five9('user', 'password')

Configuration Web Services
--------------------------

Documentation:

* `Five9 <http://webapps.five9.com/assets/files/for_customers/documentation/apis/config-webservices-api-reference-guide.pdf>`_
* `API Docs <https://laslabs.github.io/python-five9/AdminWebService.html>`_

Example - Get All Skills:

.. code-block:: python

client.configuration.getSkills()
# Returns
[{
'description': None,
'id': 266184L,
'messageOfTheDay': None,
'name': 'TestSkill',
'routeVoiceMails': False
}]

Example - Create a contact field to track modified time:

.. code-block:: python

client.configuration.createContactField({
'name': 'modified_at',
'displayAs': 'Invisible',
'mapTo': 'LastModifiedDateTime',
'type': 'DATE_TIME',
'system': True,
})

Example - Search for a contact by first and last name and get a list of ``dict``s
representing the result:

.. code-block:: python

criteria = client.create_criteria({
'first_name': 'Test',
'last_name': 'User',
})
result = client.configuration.getContactRecords(criteria)
# The above result is basically unusable. Parse into a list of dicts::
client.parse_response(result['fields'], result['records'])

Example - Update a contact using their first and last name as the search keys:

.. code-block:: python

contact = {
'first_name': 'Test',
'last_name': 'User',
'city': 'Las Vegas',
'state': 'NV',
'number1': '1234567890',
}
mapping = client.create_mapping(contact, keys=['first_name', 'last_name'])
client.configuration.updateCrmRecord(
record={'fields': mapping['fields']},
crmUpdateSettings={
'fieldsMapping': mapping['field_mappings'],
'skipHeaderLine': True,
'crmAddMode': 'DONT_ADD',
'crmUpdateMode': 'UPDATE_SOLE_MATCHES',
}
)

Statistics Web Services
-----------------------

Documentation:

* `Five9 <http://webapps.five9.com/assets/files/for_customers/documentation/apis/statistics-webservices-api-reference-guide.pdf>`_
* `API Docs <https://laslabs.github.io/python-five9/SupervisorWebService.html>`_

A supervisor session is required in order to perform most actions provided in the
Supervisor Web Service. Due to this, a session is implicitly created before the
supervisor is used.

The session is created with the following defaults. You can change the parameters
by changing the proper instance variable on the `Five9` object:

+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+
| Five9 Parameter | Instance Variable | Default |
+======================+========================+===============+
| `forceLogoutSession` | `force_logout_session` | `True` |
+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+
| `rollingPeriod` | `rolling_period` | `Minutes30` |
+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+
| `statisticsRange` | `statistics_range` | `CurrentWeek` |
+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+
| `shiftStart` | `shift_start_hour` | `8` |
+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+
| `timeZone` | `time_zone_offset` | `-7` |
+----------------------+------------------------+---------------+

Example Use:

.. code-block:: python

# Setup a session - required for most things
client.supervisor.getUserLimits()
# Returns
{
'mobileLimit': 0L,
'mobileLoggedin': 0L,
'supervisorLimit': 1L,
'supervisorsLoggedin': 1L
}

Known Issues / Roadmap
======================

* The supervisor session options should be represented in a class and documented,
instead of the mostly undocumented free-form dictionary mapped to instance
variables.

Credits
=======

Images
------

* LasLabs: `Icon <https://repo.laslabs.com/projects/TEM/repos/odoo-module_template/browse/module_name/static/description/icon.svg?raw>`_.

Contributors
------------

* Dave Lasley <dave@laslabs.com>

Maintainer
----------

.. image:: https://laslabs.com/logo.png
:alt: LasLabs Inc.
:target: https://laslabs.com

This module is maintained by LasLabs Inc.

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