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Project Description

Python Flipkart Marketplace API Client

Installing

From PYPI:

$ pip install python-flipkart

From source code (advanced users and for development):

$ git clone https://github.com/fulfilio/python-flipkart.git
$ cd python-flipkart
$ python setup.py install

Example Usage

from flipkart import FlipkartAPI, Authentication

auth = Authentication('app id', 'app secret', sandbox=True)
token = auth.get_token_from_client_credentials()

flipkart = FlipkartAPI(token['access_token'], sandbox=True, debug=True)
orders = flipkart.search_orders()

Get listings of a SKU

sku = flipkart.sku('my-special-sku', fsn='TSHDBN3326TEZHQZ')
for listing in sku.listings:
    print listing.attributes['mrp']

Create a listing

sku = flipkart.sku('my-special-sku', fsn='TSHDBN3326TEZHQZ')
listing = sku.create_listing(
    mrp=2400,
    selling_price=2300,
    listing_status="INACTIVE",
    fulfilled_by="seller",
    national_shipping_charge=20,
    zonal_shipping_charge=20,
    local_shipping_charge=20,
    procurement_sla=3,
    stock_count=23,
)
listing.save()
print listing.mrp

Update a listing

listing = flipkart.listing('LSTTSHDBN332XDYBZ5MHX30XI')
listing.attributes['mrp'] = 2600
listing.save()

Searching for orders

orders = flipkart.search_orders()

Find only orders of selected SKUs:

orders = flipkart.search_orders(
    filters={'sku': ['my-sku-1', 'my-sku-2']}
)

Filter by state:

orders = flipkart.search_orders(
    filters={'states': ['Approved']}
)

Tip

For a list of valid state see API documentation

Fetching a specific order item

order_item = flipkart.order_item('1731')
order_item.attributes['quantity']

Or to get several order items at once

order_items = flipkart.order_items('1731', '1732')

Once the order is ready to pack, generate a label

label_request = order_item.generate_label(
    date.today(),   # Invoice date
    'INV12345',     # Invoice number
)

When there are items that need serial numbers

label_request = order_item.generate_label(
    date.today(),   # Invoice date
    'INV12345',     # Invoice number
    [['IMEI1']],
)

If the item was dual sim

label_request = order_item.generate_label(
    date.today(),   # Invoice date
    'INV12345',     # Invoice number
    [['IMEI1', 'IMEI2']],
)

If 2 units of dual sim mobiles

label_request = order_item.generate_label(
    date.today(),   # Invoice date
    'INV12345',     # Invoice number
    [['IMEI1', 'IMEI2'], ['IMEI3', 'IMEI4']],
)

The response of generate_label is a Label Request. The label request is a lazy API. The status can be refreshed by calling

label_request.refresh_status()

Once the status is cleared, the item can be shipped out. To get the label to ship call the get_label method to get a PDF of the label and possibly the invoice.

pdf = order_item.get_label()

Once your shipment is ready to be picked by Flipkart logistics partner, call the ready to dispatch API.

order_item.dispatch()

Getting shipment details

The Shipments API gives the shipping details for orderitems

order_item.get_shipment_details()

the response items can be seen on Flipkart API documentation

Getting Access Token

If you have registered an application with your seller credentials and would like to access resources in your account, you could use the application id and secret alone to do so. The authentication helper in the API gives you a convenient way to get tokens

from auth import Authentication

auth = Authentication(
    '<application id>',
    '<application secret>',
    sandbox=True,           # If you are using sandbox
)
auth.get_token_from_client_credentials()

Features

  • TODO

History

0.2.0

  • Major update with complete Order Item API
  • Added examples to the README

0.1.2

  • Make version numbers consistent.

0.1.1

  • Renamed package to python-flipkart.
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