This app automatically downloads all ADP pay statements (pay stubs) from MyADP and stores both the JSON and the PDF version of the pay statement. If called multiple times, it will download only statements that have not yet been downloaded.
gem install adp-downloader # you might have to use sudo
0.2.x --> 0.2.3
Statements can now be downloaded by employer/account. This is not a breaking change, but if you want to start downloading statements from multiple employers/accounts, you might want to consider moving all your previous statements into a directory named after the employer. See readme for details. Always backup your statements before upgrading and running new versions.
0.1.x --> 0.2.x
Statements are stored by year and the app uses the PDF ID, that is always available, instead of the ID of the detailed JSON, and statements are also stored in directories by year. You might want to save backup your current statements and manually merge the ones that might not be available anymore in the new folders.
Go to the directory where you want the pay stubs to be saved and run:
adp-downloader # if you want to download stubs from multiple employers/accounts adp-downloader --employer <employername>
Enter your credentials and profit: all pay statements currently
available will be downloaded, both in JSON and PDF formats. When you
receive your next paycheck, just go back to the directory and re-run
If you want to run it automatically (e.g. in a cron job), create or edit
.netrc file (usually in your home directory, unless
you put it somewhere else) with your credentials:
# in case of a single employer/account machine adp-downloader login ___username___ password ___password___ # for multiple employers/accounts machine adp-downloader-employername login ___username___ password ___password___
Adding your credentials to this file will skip the interactive step.
This program is not afiliated with ADP.
adp-downloader is released under the GPL License.