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FedEx API for Python The Idea ======== The bad news is that your organization probably doesn't care that FedEx's API is bundled via big SOAP-based web services (a.k.a. "IBM made me do it"). The good news is that, because I'm in the same boat, I care. The result is a thin layer of services that ease the configuration and calling of FedEx web services along with example test cases. Since this API depends on "Suds", naming conventions around operations are dictated by the backing WSDL, and won't feel Pythonic. It's left as an exercise for the consumer to hide any syntatical weirdness by extending this API as desired. The Installation ================ Simple with pip $ pip install fedex.py Easy with setuptools (but use pip): $ easy_install fedex.py The Interface ============= The fedex.services.FedexService class is a convenience wrapper around FedEx address, rate, shipment, and tracking services. The API layout essentially associates one service per WSDL. You could easily add additional services (i.e. PackageMovement, Pickup, ReturnTag, etc.) using the same approach by extending fedex.services.commons.BaseService. The root FedexService methods are: get_addresses Get a list of validated shipping addresses. get_rates Get available rates for a given shipment. get_shipment Process a shipment. get_tracking Get tracking information for a given package ID. remove_shipment Cancel a processed shipment.