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pypm install ccuapi

How to install ccuapi

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  3. Type pypm install ccuapi
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version 0.3.1 on May 6th, 2013

Python wrapper around Akamai ccuapi

Hat tip to https://github.com/beathan/django-akamai for inspiring the code.

## 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. [(Sample config included as .akamai.sample)](https://github.com/dryan/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, list of strings, Django QuerySet or Django object with the get_absolute_url method defined results = purger.purge() # returns a list of responses from Akamai, 1 per 100 URLs sent

## Command Line Usage

ccu_purge http://domain.com

Run ccu_purge -h for additional options.

## Using a proxy server?

If you're using this library on a server that uses an http/https proxy, you'll likely hit Connection Timeout issues because suds ignores the environment proxy variables, as [described here](http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12414600/suds-ignoring-proxy-setting).

One simple solution:

#Hat tip: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12414600/suds-ignoring-proxy-setting from suds.transport.http import HttpTransport as SudsHttpTransport class EnvProxyHonoringTransport(SudsHttpTransport):

System Message: ERROR/3 (<string>, line 47)

Unexpected indentation.
def u2handlers(self):
return []

purger = PurgeRequest(...) purger.client.set_options(transport = EnvProxyHonoringTransport())

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