ZSI vs. SugarCRM, 1-0

Published: 2006-09-13 22:20 UTC. Tags: software sugarcrm soap

Yay! I've started to understand how to use the Zolera Soap Infrastructure to communicate with the SOAP interface of SugarCRM. Todays understatement is hereby delivered: It's not the easiest thing in the world. It doesn't help that most of the methods in the SOAP interface of SugarCRM are documented like this:

Documentation:

Well, they do tell which datatypes the expect as well, but not exactly how they should be filled.

Anyway, today I managed to create a meeting and connect it to the current user. Yay! Here's the code:

#!/usr/bin/env python

from sugarsoap_services import *
import md5

import sys

class LoginError(Exception): pass

def login(username, password):
    loc = sugarsoapLocator()

    portType = loc.getsugarsoapPortType()

    request = loginRequest()
    uauth = request.new_user_auth()
    request.User_auth = uauth

    uauth.User_name = username
    uauth.Password = md5.new(password).hexdigest()
    uauth.Version = '1.1'

    response = portType.login(request)

    if -1 == response.Return.Id:
        raise LoginError(response.Return.Error)
    return (portType, response.Return.Id)


def add_meeting(portType, sessionid,
                date_start, time_start, name, duration_hours):

    gui_req = get_user_idRequest()
    gui_req.Session = sessionid
    user_id = portType.get_user_id(gui_req).Return

    print "user_id", user_id

    se_req = set_entryRequest()
    se_req.Session = sessionid
    se_req.Module_name = 'Meetings'

    se_req.Name_value_list = []
    for (n, v) in [('date_start', date_start),
                   ('time_start', time_start),
                   ('name', name),
                   ('duration_hours', duration_hours),
                   ('assigned_user_id', user_id)]:
        nvl = ns0.name_value_Def('name_value')
        nvl._name = n
        nvl._value = v
        se_req.Name_value_list.append(nvl)

    se_resp = portType.set_entry(se_req)

    meeting_id = se_resp.Return.Id

    # Now let's associate this meeting with the current user, to make
    # it appear in this user's calendar

    sr_req = set_relationshipRequest()
    sr_req.Session = sessionid
    sr_req.Set_relationship_value = sr_req.new_set_relationship_value()
    sr_req.Set_relationship_value.Module1 = 'Meetings'
    sr_req.Set_relationship_value.Module1_id = meeting_id
    sr_req.Set_relationship_value.Module2 = 'Users'
    sr_req.Set_relationship_value.Module2_id = user_id

    sr_resp = portType.set_relationship(sr_req)

    return sr_resp

if "__main__" == __name__:
    (portType, sessionid) = login('username', 'password')
    response = add_meeting(portType, sessionid, '2006-09-14',
                           '15:00:00', 'Soap Meeting', 1)

Piece of cake, huh? :-)

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