py-frappe-client

Python wrapper for Frappe API


Keywords
erpnext, frappe, frappe-bench
License
MIT
Install
pip install py-frappe-client==1.1.2

Documentation

Py-Frappe-Client

Install

pip install py-frappe-client

Usage

Initialize

>>> from frappe_client import FrappeRequest
>>> client = FrappeRequest(url="http://localhost:8002", username="user", password="password")

>>> client.__dict__

{
   "frappe_session":<requests.sessions.Session at 0x1073fc978>,
   "url":"http://localhost:8002",
   "usr":"Administrator",
   "pwd":"pass",
   "session_data":{
      "full_name":"Administrator",
      "sid":"6684ed4e173094199b1cc0913d4044fdcec1d87d5d6a74a3728f229b",
      "system_user":"yes",
      "user_id":"Administrator",
      "user_image":""
   },
   "callback": None
}

Using Callback

The wrapper checks for a HTTP 403 Response from the server for the first time on every API call. If the server returns 403, the wrapper attempts to login again. During this login, if a callback function is passed by the user the new session_data is passed on to this callback parameter.

# Example Callback function
 def store_session_data(data):
    print ("Callback function invoked with arg {}".format(data))

>>> client = FrappeRequest(url="http://localhost:8002", username="Administrator", password="pwd", callback=store_session_data)
Callback function invoked with arg {'full_name': 'Administrator', 'sid': '427f585e17c551b9bf70ff64a22a6998064d0415914aaf91beb981f2', 'system_user': 'yes', 'user_id': 'Administrator', 'user_image': ''}

Get Session Data

client.session_data

# Example Output
>>> client.session_data

>>> {
   "full_name":"Administrator",
   "sid":"427f585e17c551b9bf70ff64a22a6998064d0415914aaf91beb981f2",
   "system_user":"yes",
   "user_id":"Administrator",
   "user_image":""
}

Storing Session Data

session_data is a dict object which is returned by client.session_data field. Session Data needs to be stored locally on the client's end (database/redis/file/etc).

On further initializations of the FrappeRequest() class, you should pass session_data field to prevent multiple sessions for the same user.

If session_data field is passed, all further API calls will use the same session.

Invoke GET Endpoint

client.get(method, params)

>>> # Example Request
>>> response = client.get(method="acop_process.lead_integration.ping")
>>> response.json()
{'message': 'PONG'}

Invoke POST Endpoint

client.post(method, data)

>>> # Example Request
>>> response = client.post(method="acop_process.lead_integration.post_ping", data={'test_param':123})
>>> response.json()
{'message': 'POST PONG success 123'}