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Fulfil REST API Client in Python

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Fulfil IO Python Client

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Fulfil REST API Client in Python

Features

  • Ability to call models

Installation

pip install fulfil_client

Quickstart

from fulfil_client import Client

client = Client('<subdomain>', '<api_key>')

Product = client.model('product.product')

# find products
some_products = Product.find()

# find products that have a name similar to iphone
iphones = Product.find(['name', 'ilike', 'iphone'])

Contacts

Contact can have multiple addresses and contact mechanisms i.e. phone, email.

from fulfil_client import Client
client = Client('<subdomain>', '<api_key>')

Contact = client.model('party.party')
Country = client.model('country.country')
Subdivision = client.model('country.subdivision')

country_usa, = Country.find([('code', '=', 'US')])
state_california, = Subdivision.find([('code', '=', 'US-CA')])

# Creating a contact with address and contact mechanisms
contact, = Contact.create([{
    'name': 'Jon Doe',
    'addresses': [('create', [{
        'name': 'Jone Doe Apartment',
        'street': '9805 Kaiden Grove',
        'city': 'New Leland',
        'zip': '57726',
        'country': country_usa['id'],
        'subdivision': state_california['id']
    }])],
    'contact_mechanisms': [('create', [{
        'type': 'phone',
        'value': '243243234'
    }, {
        'email': 'email',
        'value': 'hello@jondoe.com'
    }])]
}])
print contact

# Searching for a contact
contact, = Contact.find([('name', '=', 'Jon Doe')])
print contact

# Get a contact by ID
contact = Contact.get(contact['id'])
print contact

Products

Products are grouped by templates, which have common information shared by products a.k.a. variants.

from decimal import Decimal

# Creating a Product Template
Template = client.model('product.template')

iphone, = Template.create([{
    'name': 'iPhone',
    'account_category': True,
}])

# Creating products
Product = client.model('product.product')
iphone6, = Product.create([{
    'template': iphone['id'],
    'variant_name': 'iPhone 6',
    'code': 'IPHONE-6',
    'list_price': Decimal('699'),
    'cost_price': Decimal('599'),
}])

# Another variation
iphone6s, = Product.create([{
    'template': iphone['id'],
    'variant_name': 'iPhone 6S',
    'code': 'IPHONE-6S',
    'list_price': Decimal('899'),
    'cost_price': Decimal('699'),
}])

Sale

contact = Contact.get(contact['id'])
iphone6 = Product.get(iphone6['id'])
iphone6s = Product.get(iphone6s['id'])

# Creating a Sale
Sale = client.model('sale.sale')
sale, = Sale.create([{
    'party': contact['id'],
    'shipment_address': contact['addresses'][0],
    'invoice_address': contact['addresses'][0],
    'lines': [('create', [{
        'product': iphone6['id'],
        'description': iphone6['rec_name'],
        'unit': iphone6['default_uom'],
        'unit_price': iphone6['list_price'],
        'quantity': 3
    }, {
        'product': iphone6s['id'],
        'description': iphone6s['rec_name'],
        'unit': iphone6['default_uom'],
        'unit_price': iphone6s['list_price'],
        'quantity': 1
    }])]
}])

Fetching an interactive report (sales by month)

The report data (including rendering) information can be fetched over the API.

Below is the example code to fetch sales by month report.

report = client.interactive_report('sales_by_month.ireport')
data = report.execute(start_date=date(2017,1,1), end_date=date(2017, 12,1))

Using Session Auth

from fulfil_client import Client, SessionAuth

client = Client('subdomain')
user_id, session = client.login('username', 'password')
client.set_auth(SessionAuth(user_id, session))

Using Bearer Auth

from fulfil_client import Client, BearerAuth

client = Client('subdomain')
client.set_auth(BearerAuth(bearer_token))

Using OAuth Session

Flask example

from fulfil_client.oauth import Session
from fulfil_client import Client, BearerAuth

Session.setup(CLIENT_ID, CLIENT_SECRET)
fulfil_session = Session('localhost')  # Provide subdomain

@app.route('/')
def index():
    callback_url = url_for('authorized')
    if 'oauth_token' not in session:
        authorization_url, state = fulfil_session.create_authorization_url(
            redirect_uri=callback_url, scope=['user_session']
        )
        session['oauth_state'] = state
        return redirect(authorization_url)
    client = Client('subdomain')
    client.set_auth(BearerAuth(session['oauth_token']['access_token']))
    Party = client.model('party.party')
    return jsonify(Party.find())

@app.route('/authorized')
def authorized():
    """Callback route to fetch access token from grant code
    """
    token = fulfil_session.get_token(code=request.args.get('code'))
    session['oauth_token'] = token
    return jsonify(oauth_token=token)

Testing

The libary also provides a mocking function powered by the mock library of python.

For example, if you want to test the function below

def api_calling_method():
    client = fulfil_client.Client('apple', 'apples-api-key')
    Product = client.model('product.product')
    products = Product.search_read_all([], None, ['id'])
    Product.write(
        [p['id'] for p in products],
        {'active': False}
    )
    return client

Then the test case can mock the API call

def test_mock_1():
    with MockFulfil('fulfil_client.Client') as mocked_fulfil:
        Product = mocked_fulfil.model('product.product')
        # Set the return value of the search call without
        # hitting the server.
        Product.search_read_all.return_value = [
            {'id': 1},
            {'id': 2},
            {'id': 3},
        ]

        # Call the function
        api_calling_method()

        # Now assert
        Product.search_read_all.assert_called()
        Product.search_read_all.assert_called_with([], None, ['id'])
        Product.write.assert_called_with(
            [1, 2, 3], {'active': False}
        )

The Product object returned is a mock.Mock object and supports all of the assertions supported by python Mock objects.

Credits

Fulfil.IO Inc.

History

0.2.0 (2016-6-22)

  • Change the behavior of search method.

    The method now reflects the fulfil search API which returns a list of ids. The previous behavior which returned an object with id and rec_name (record name) is now called find.

0.1.1 (2016-3-3)

  • Add method to create resource.
  • Add examples on how to create contacts, products and sales.

0.1.0 (2016-1-22)

  • First release on PyPI.

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