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Client to connect to the OpenX Enterprise API.

Project description

ox3apiclient

A small class to help connect to the OpenX Enterprise API. As of version 0.5.0 it uses requests_oauthlib instead of oauth2.

It currently supports Python 2.6 - 3.5.

As of version 0.4.0, ox3apiclient supports API v2. If your instance is v2, set the api_path option to "/ox/4.0".

As of version 0.5.0 the client.request method returns a requests.Response object instead of urllib2.Response and throws a requests.exceptions.HTTPError instead of urllib2.HTTPError. In addition debugging is now available via the standard python logging facility.

See the requests documentation for details.

Basic usage:

import ox3apiclient
import logging

ox = ox3apiclient.client_from_file().logon()

ox.logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
ch = logging.StreamHandler()
ch.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)
ox.logger.addHandler(ch)

accounts = ox.get('/account')

order = {
    'status': 'Active',
    'name': 'OX3APIClient Object Creation Test',
    'account_uid': accounts['objects'][0]['account_uid'],
    'start_date': '2016-06-01 00:00:00'}

new_order = ox.post('/order', data=order)

ox.delete('/order/%s' % new_order['uid'])

ox.logoff()

Installation

From Pypi

The last released version (from the master branch) is available at PyPi

$ pip install ox3apiclient

From Github:

Just clone our git repo:

$ git clone https://github.com/openx/OX3-Python-API-Client.git

Install the downloaded library:

python setup.py install

this will install the current dependencies.

Authentication

The recommended method of authentication is to use ox3apiclient.client_from_file. By default this will look for a file named .ox3rc in the current current directory, but this can be overwritten by specifying a file_path parameter. The file should be in the following format:

[ox3apiclient]
envs=
    dev
    prod

[dev]
email: you@example.com
password: password123
domain: dev.uidomain.com
realm: dev.uidomain_realm
consumer_key: 1fc5c9ae...
consumer_secret: 7c664d68...
authorization_url: http://custom_sso.uidomain.com/api/index/initiate

[prod]
email: you@example.com
password: password123
domain: uidomain.com
realm: uidomain_realm
consumer_key: 1fc5c9ae...
consumer_secret: 7c664d68...

ox3apiclient.client_from_file will use the first env by default but this can be overwritten by setting the env parameter. If your email and password are set in .ox3rc you can simply chain a call to logon().

Alternatively you can set everything in your code.

email = 'you@example.com'
password = 'password123'
domain = 'uidomain.com'
realm = 'uidomain_realm'
consumer_key = '1fc5c9ae...'
consumer_secret = '7c664d68...'

ox = ox3apiclient.Client(
    email=email,
    password=password,
    domain=domain,
    realm=realm,
    consumer_key=consumer_key,
    consumer_secret=consumer_secret)

ox.logon(email, password)
# To run these tests. Install nose (pip install nose)
# and run nosetests -sxv tests/  from the root dir

Tests

Install nose

pip install nose

and run the following command line from the root:

nosetests -sxv tests/

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