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Simple parser of Sberbank, using selenium

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It's simple parser of Sberbank, using selenium (firefox geckodriver), where you can see your account currency and transactions for some period.

Getting Started

For the program to work, you must disable two-factor authorization on the sberbank-online website, otherwise the program will not work


Python 3.6+


The quick way:

pip install py-parse-sber

Desired way:

python3 -m venv venv
source venv/bin/activate
pip install py-parse-sber


Install geckodriver

Download geckodriver and unzip it Make sure it’s in your PATH, e. g., place it in /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin.

Failure to observe this step will give you an error selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: ‘geckodriver’ executable needs to be in PATH.

Run receiving web server

Py_parse_sber will send parsed info to web server. See contracts detail in contracts.yml, which your web server will have to implement for accepting data correct. (for standard was taken project BudgetTracker and his api)

Requirement environment variables

LOGIN  # your sberbank account login
PASSWORD # your sberbank account password
SERVER_URL # main URL where the data will be sent. Example: localhost (or service name in docker-compose.yml)
SEND_ACCOUNT_URL # url 'path' part, where account information will be sent. Example: /send_account
SEND_PAYMENT_URL # url 'path' part, where transaction information will be sent. Example: /send_payment

Optional environment variables

SERVER_SCHEME # Scheme of SERVER_URL, http/https. Default http
SERVER_PORT # Port of SERVER_URL. Default 80
DAYS # period in days to indicate parser restart. Can be used with HOURS.
HOURS # period in hours to indicate parser restart. Can be used with DAYS.

If any of their not set - used 1 day by default.

Linux example

export LOGIN=login
export PASSWORD=password
export SERVER_URL=localhost
export SERVER_PORT=8080
export SEND_ACCOUNT_URL=/send_account
export SEND_PAYMENT_URL=/send_payment

py_parser_sber_run_once # for one-time launch
# or
py_parser_sber_run_infinite # for run in loop with a given period

Docker-compose example

$ cat .env
$ cat docker-compose.yml
version: '3.4'

    image: niccolum/py_parse_sber/py_parse_sber:latest
      - .env
      - ./:/opt/app

Also see dev example docker-compose.yml



This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the file for details

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