nameko-salesforce

Nameko extension for easy communication with Salesforce (Including Streaming API)


Keywords
bayeux, bayeux-protocol, cometd, nameko, python, salesforce, salesforce-streaming-api
Licenses
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Install
pip install nameko-salesforce==1.2.0

Documentation

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Nameko Salesforce

A Nameko extension with entrypoints for handling Salesforce Streaming API events and a dependency provider for easy communication with Salesforce REST API.

The Streaming API extension is based on Nameko Cometd Bayeux Client and the REST API dependency id based on Simple Salesforce.

Quick Start

Install from PyPI:

pip install nameko-salesforce

Create a service which handles Salesforce Contact objects changes and also has an RPC endpoint for creating new Contact objects in Salesforce:

# service.py

from nameko.rpc import rpc
from nameko_salesforce.streaming import handle_sobject_notification
from nameko_salesforce.api import SalesforceAPI

class Service:

    name = 'some-service'

    salesforce = SalesforceAPI()

    @handle_sobject_notification('Contact', exclude_current_user=False)
    def handle_contact_updates(
        self, sobject_type, record_type, notification
    ):
    """ Handle Salesforce contacts updates
    """
    print(notification)

    @rpc
    def create_contact(self, last_name, email_address):
    """ Create a contact in Salesforce
    """
    self.salesforce.Contact.create(
        {'LastName': last_name,'Email': email_address})

Create a config file with essential settings:

# config.yaml

AMQP_URI: 'pyamqp://guest:guest@localhost'
SALESFORCE:
    USERNAME: ${SALESFORCE_USERNAME}
    PASSWORD: ${SALESFORCE_PASSWORD}
    SECURITY_TOKEN: ${SALESFORCE_SECURITY_TOKEN}
    SANDBOX: False

Run the service providing your Salesforce credentials:

$ SALESFORCE_USERNAME=rocky \
  SALESFORCE_PASSWORD=*** \
  SALESFORCE_SECURITY_TOKEN=*** \
  nameko run --config config.yaml service

Finally, open another shell and call the RPC endpoint to create a new user:

$ nameko shell --config config.yaml
In [1]: n.rpc['some-service'].create_contact('Yo', 'yo@yo.yo')

You should see a new contact created in Salesforce and your service should get a notification. In the first shell you'll find the notification printed:

{'event': {'replayId': 1, 'type': 'created' ...

For more checkout the documentation.