Python Client for the UltiPro SOAP API
A Python 3 library and command line tool for the UltiPro Soap API. At present, all functions are read-only against UltiPro.
pip install ultipro
Web Service User and Credentials:
Ensure you have credentials for the UltiPro API endpoints you need to access. If you are pulling BI Reports, your Web Service User must have the Reports-as-a-service endpoint enabled with read access. Please see your UltiPro administrator if you do not have a web service user.
Set up your credentials file. The default location is:
You can find a sample config file in the root of this project's github repository, config.ini.sample.
To use this tool on the command line, install with pip, then:
$ ultipro --help
Pulling BI Reports:
You will need to log in to UltiPro and find the path for your desired report. It should look something like:
/content/folder[@name='_UltiPro Delivered Reports']/folder[@name='Human Resources Reports']/report[@name='Employee Birthdays']
You can find more information on page 7 of the WebServiceAPIGuide_BIService.doc
To execute, retrieve, and save a report to disk, use the following syntax:
$ ultipro report "/content/folder[@name='_UltiPro Delivered Reports']/"
If you'd like to use non-default locations for your config.ini file or output file, you can use the following syntax:
ultipro -f ~/some/other/path/to/config.ini -o ~/Desktop/fooreport.csv report "/content/folder[@name='_UltiPro Delivered Reports']/folder[@name='Human Resources Reports']/report[@name='Employee Birthdays']"
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