MemberSuite API Client
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# python-membersuite-api-client A python interface to the MemberSuite API
Install from PyPI.
`pip install membersuite-api-client`
## MemberSuite Configuration
In your MemberSuite account, you will need to create a dedicated API console user. Ensure that API access is enabled for your MemberSuite account, and also check the box for “API User” for this new user account.
Create a keypair for this user via the console and save the credentials generated somewhere secure (they cannot be retrieved later if lost)
from membersuite_api_client.client import ConciergeClient
- client = ConciergeClient(
- access_key=MS_ACCESS_KEY, secret_key=MS_SECRET_KEY, association_id=MS_ASSOCIATION_ID)
To authenticate and receive a session ID:
client.request_session() print client.session_id
To take advantage of a service, for example subscriptions:
service = SubscriptionService(self.client) subscription_list = service.get_subscriptions(org_id=1)
## Running tests
To run all tests:
To run specific tests, load them by module. For example:
$ python -m membersuite_api_client.tests.test_subscriptions
## Contributing and Extending
Looking to contribute? The best place to start is in the code base. Notice how we created modules for each MemberSuite object, like organizations.
Each module contains services.py and models.py files.
Your “models” are simply python representations of the MemberSuite objects.
Your “services” provide interfaces to those models in MemberSuite. This is where objects are retrieved from MemberSuite and converted to your models for use in a python app. It is recommended that the services be classes and if you define result_to_models and ms_object_to_model methods on the class you can use the ChunkQueryMixin to make large queries.
This can now be used to make additional calls using the methods included in the WSDL from MemberSuite. For documentation on available methods and their usage, see http://api.docs.membersuite.com/
Use request_session() as a model for constructing the headers for your own functions in your app that follow this method:
- Call client.construct_concierge_header(url) to generate a new header element, using your method’s URL as an argument.
- Call client.service.method_name(_soapheaders=[concierge_request_header], method arguments)
- Return any relevant data out of the response object
*IMPORTANT NOTE: In constructing headers, SessionId must appear first.*
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