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Wassup Integration for RapidPro.

pip install -e '.[dev]'
docker run praekeltfoundation/rapidpro-engage:latest

Setting up the application

All environment variables for rapidpro-docker apply here.

Add warapidpro to EXTRA_INSTALLED_APPS in your environment variables.

You will also need at least 1 celery instance running. Use the command to run the worker: /venv/bin/celery --beat --app=temba worker --loglevel=INFO --queues=celery,msgs,flows,handler --max-tasks-per-child=10

Note: that you should give your web application between 1-2GB of RAM in order to avoid uWSGI worker failures.

Get a oAuth client id and a client secret from or create a new one at Client type should be confidential and Authorization grant type should be authorization code.

Make sure to setup the redirect uris correctly for your installation. These should be formatted as follows:

https://<your domain>/channels/claim/wad/
https://<your domain>/channels/claim/wag/

Environment Variables

  • WASSUP_AUTH_URL defaults to
  • WASSUP_AUTH_CLIENT_ID as per above.

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