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ccuapi 1.1.0

Python wrapper around Akamai's Content Control Utility API

Latest Version: 1.2.0

Python wrapper around Akamai ccuapi including a command line utility

Requirements

Python 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, or 3.4 are currently required. There are currently no plans to support anything older than Python 2.7

Credentials

Credentials can be provided in 1 of 3 ways:

  1. AKAMAI_USERNAME and AKAMAI_PASSWORD environment variables.
  2. A .akamai config file in the user’s home directory. Example: https://github.com/dpetzel/python-ccuapi/blob/master/.akamai.sample
  3. Passing username and password kwargs to ccuapi.purge.PurgeRequest on initialization.

Email Notifications

One or more comma-separated email addresses may be set to receive notifications when a content purge is complete. These are provided in 1 of 3 ways:

  1. AKAMAI_NOTIFY_EMAIL environment variable.
  2. In the .akamai config file
  3. Passing email kwarg to ccuapi.purge.PurgeRequest on initialization.

Usage

from ccuapi.purge import PurgeRequest
purger = PurgeRequest()
purger.add('http://domain.com') # this can be a string, or list of strings
results = purger.purge() # returns the status of the request

Command Line Usage

ccu_purge http://domain.com

Run ccu_purge -h for additional options.

Using a proxy server

ccuapi_purge will honor the standard proxy environment variables so if you are running behind a proxy export the proper environment variables:

$ export HTTP_PROXY="http://10.10.1.10:8080"
$ export HTTPS_PROXY="http://10.10.1.10:8080"

Change Log

1.1.0 (05/16/2014)

  • Python 3 support
  • Catch exception in CLI when no username is supplied

1.0.0 (05/15/2014)

This versions marks a fairly significant overhaul to convert to Akamai’s REST based API. There some backward incompatible changes so be sure to review the list of changes below:

  • Drop Django related code. A separate Django module should be created which can potentially leverage this library, however having Django related code in this module didn’t fit well.
  • Unittests have been introduced which should make future updates safer
  • Pylint and PEP8 compliance
  • WSDL has been dropped. Since Akamai won’t be supporting use of the SOAP API going forward, there was no reason to keep this around
  • Project is now tested using Travis-CI

0.5.0

This was the last version which supported the SOAP based API

 
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