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prestapyt is a library for Python to interact with the PrestaShop's Web Service API.

Learn more about the PrestaShop Web Service from the Official Documentation.

prestapyt is a direct port of the PrestaShop PHP API Client, PSWebServiceLibrary.php Similar to PSWebServiceLibrary.php, prestapyt is a thin wrapper around the PrestaShop Web Service: it takes care of making the call to your PrestaShop instance's Web Service, supports the Web Service's HTTP-based CRUD operations (handling any errors) and then returns the XML ready for you to work with in Python (as well as prestasac if you work with scala)

#Installation

The easiest way to install prestapyt (needs setuptools):

easy_install prestapyt

If you do not have setuptools, download prestapyt as a .tar.gz or .zip from here (https://github.com/guewen/prestapyt/downloads), untar it and run:

python setup.py install

#Usage

from prestapyt import PrestaShopWebServiceError, PrestaShopWebService

prestashop = PrestaShopWebService('http://localhost:8080/api', 'BVWPFFYBT97WKM959D7AVVD0M4815Y1L')  # messages will be as xml
# or
prestashop = PrestaShopWebServiceDict('http://localhost:8080/api', 'BVWPFFYBT97WKM959D7AVVD0M4815Y1L')  # messages will be as dict

# search / get all addresses
prestashop.get('addresses') # will return the same xml message than
prestashop.search('addresses')
# but when using PrestaShopWebServiceDict
prestashop.search('addresses') will return a list of ids

# search with filters
prestashop.search('addresses', options={'limit': 10})
prestashop.search('addresses', options={'display': '[firstname,lastname]', 'filter[id]': '[1|5]'})
# reference for the options : http://doc.prestashop.com/display/PS14/Cheat+Sheet_+Concepts+Outlined+in+this+Tutorial

# get address 1
prestashop.get('addresses', resource_id=1) # returns ElementTree (PrestaShopWebService) or dict (PrestaShopWebServiceDict)
prestashop.get('addresses/1')

# full url
prestashop.get('http://localhost:8080/api/addresses/1')

# head
print prestashop.head('addresses')

# delete a resource
prestashop.delete('addresses', resource_ids=4)

# delete many resources
prestashop.delete('addresses', resource_ids=[5,6])

# add
prestashop.add('addresses', xml)

# edit
prestashop.edit('addresses', 5, xml)

# get a blank xml
prestashop.get('addresses', options={'schema': 'blank'})

#API Documentation Documentation for the PrestaShop Web Service can be found on the PrestaShop wiki: Using the REST webservice

#Credits: Thanks to Prestashop SA for their PHP API Client PSWebServiceLibrary.php

Thanks to Alex Dean for his port of PSWebServiceLibrary.php to the Scala language, prestasac (https://github.com/orderly/prestashop-scala-client) from which I also inspired my library.

#Copyright and License

prestapyt is copyright (c) 2012 Guewen Baconnier

prestapyt is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

prestapyt is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Affero General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License along with prestapyt. If not, see GNU licenses.