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SDK for origo

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Usage

See the origo-cli repo for implementation and usage of the SDK

Configuration

When calling any classes interacting with the Origo API and there are no Config params passed to the constructor, a config object will be automaticly created for you based on environment variables

Environment variables

Default, will pick up configuration from current environment. The credentials is resolved automatically if you do not set a specific Auth config, in the following order:

  1. Client Credentials: If you have added client_id / client_secret to the config. Or if you use the environment variable equivalent: ORIGO_CLIENT_ID / ORIGO_CLIENT_SECRET.
  2. Username And Password: If you have added username / password to the config. Or if you use the environment variable equivalent: ORIGO_USERNAME / ORIGO_PASSWORD.
# keycloak user
export ORIGO_USERNAME=my-user

# keycloak password for ORIGO_USERNAME
export ORIGO_PASSWORD=my-password

# keycloak client
export ORIGO_CLIENT_ID=my-machine-client

# keycloak secret for ORIGO_CLIENT_ID
export ORIGO_CLIENT_SECRET=some-generated-secure-string


# overrides default environment (dev), but will be trumped by --env=<environment> on the commandline
export ORIGO_ENVIRONMENT=dev|prod

# If you are sending events and have been assigned a API key
export ORIGO_API_KEY=your-api-key

Getting Credentials:

username/password are synced with Oslo municipalities Active Directory so any user with an association can use their personal account to access the SDK.

For client credentials please contact the data platform team. dataplattform[at]oslo.kommune.no

TODO: Named profiles

If environment variables are not available, the system will try to load from a default profile: Located in ~/.origo/configuration

Run

git clone git@github.oslo.kommune.no:origo-dataplatform/origo-sdk-python.git
cd origo-sdk-python
python3.7 -m venv .venv
. .venv/bin/activate
make init

Development

Getting started

Run all tests:

$ make test

Reformat files:

make format

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