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pypm install sdetools

How to install sdetools

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install sdetools
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version 3.9.2 on Jan 9th, 2014

Requirements

  • Python 2.4+

This project is intended to be ultra lightweight, and portable. The only requirement is to have Python 2.4+ installed.

The console usage

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The console usage
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__sde.py__

The command line tool to run SD Elements integeration modules. Use 'python sde.py help' to see usage and 'python sde.py help <cmd>' to see usage for specific module.

The package usage

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The package usage
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import sdetools

sdetools.call('api_proxy', {'api_func': 'get_applications'})

SDE Library (sdelib/)

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SDE Library (sdelib/)
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A light weight library that provides an interface to SD Elements RESTful API.

  • __apiclient__: The base API provider for calls to SD Elements.

  • __interactive_plugin__: This module provides the interactive experience needed for the SDE Lint tool and other similar usecases. This includes:
    • Password collection and retry
    • Application selection
    • Project selection
  • __conf_mgr__: Configuration Manager provides support for parsing command line arguments, reading variables from config file, and allows for extended options to be defined for each usecase.

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Last updated Jan 9th, 2014

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