2023-12-28: Version 5.2.0:

  • Expanded use of type hints in place of :rtype Sphinx directive

  • Remove unused dependency deprecation

  • Fix bug: path /tags/{id}/{entity_type} breaks entity wrapping logic (issue #130)

2023-11-15: Version 5.1.3:

  • Remove deprecated escape sequences, which were causing downstream linter/unit test errors, from docstrings

  • Remove references to removed properties from the module reference that were causing Sphinx warnings

2023-09-12: Version 5.1.2:

  • Address issue #115 by adding default values to pdpyras.PDSession.retry for Events and Change Events API client classes

  • Upgrade CI images

  • Add support for Python 3.11

2023-07-18: Version 5.1.1:

  • Fix bug: using iter_all on an endpoint that supports cursor-based pagination should correctly call out to iter_cursor (it was making the call but with a removed keyword argument)

2023-06-26: Version 5.1.0:

  • New features:
    • Add the ability to specify a timestamp when submitting a change event by supplying keyword argument timestamp to ChangeEventsAPISession.submit

    • Explicitly include the upstream exception as cause when raising due to a non-transient network error

  • Breaking Changes:
    • Removal of deprecated functions:
      • pdpyras.tokenize_url_path

      • pdpyras.resource_envelope

      • pdpyras.object_type

      • pdpyras.resource_name

      • pdpyras.raise_on_error

    • Removal of deprecated keyword arguments:
      • __init__ for all session classes no longer accepts name

      • pdpyras.APISession.iter_all no longer accepts paginate

      • pdpyras.APISession.iter_cursor no longer accepts attribute

    • Removal of deprecated object methods/properties:
      • pdpyras.APISession.profiler_key

      • pdpyras.APISession.raise_if_http_error

2023-06-07: Version 5.0.4:

  • Fix bug: /users/me is also ambiguously matched by canonical path /users/{id}; the solution by @asmith-pd short-circuits if there is an exact match for the URL to a canonical path

2023-05-17: Version 5.0.3:

  • Incorporate bugfix from #103 by @av1m

  • Fix the generic issue behind #102 (unsafe mix of string formatting styles)

  • In HTTP retry exhaustion messages, print only the limit that got reached and not necessarily the per-status HTTP retry

2023-05-01: Version 5.0: Note: version 5.0.0 has been yanked; patch release v5.0.1 addresses an issue in

  • New Features:
    • Methods that assume entity wrapping like rget and iter_all now support all API endpoints

    • Property PDSession.print_debug enables printing verbose log messages to sys.stderr

  • Breaking Changes:
    • Removal of the deprecated method PDSession.set_api_key

    • End support for Python v3.5, which has reached end-of-life.

  • Deprecations: the following will be removed in the next minor release, and use of them in v5.0.0 will trigger warnings:
    • Keyword argument name of the session constructor: this previously set the name of the logger; now it has no effect.

    • Keyword argument paginate of APISession.iter_all: this previously could be set to False to make iter_all stop iteration after the first page of results; now it has no effect.

    • Keyword argument attribute of APISession.iter_cursor: this previously could be used to specify the entity wrapper name of results. The wrapper is now determined automatically and this argument has no effect.

    • Function tokenize_url_path

    • Function (decorator) resource_envelope

    • Function object_type

    • Function raise_on_error

    • Function resource_name

    • Property APISession.raise_if_http_error: this previously allowed partial results to be returned from iter_all in the case of HTTP errors; now it has no effect.

    • Function APISession.profiler_key

2022-10-13: Version 4.5.2

  • The default value for request timeouts is now 60s.

  • Method api_key_access is now implemented as a property in the class APISession. Formerly it was implemented in the parent class PDSession and inherited in classes that did not need it and could not use it.

  • Bug in version 4.5.1 (removed) in package distribution/build fixed

2022-02-22: Version 4.5.0

  • Add a new API generator iter_cursor to APISession that yields results from API endpoints that support cursor-based pagination, requesting the next page of results whenever needed.

2022-01-18: Version 4.4.0

  • Added new error class PDHTTPError for strictly application-level errors (i.e. HTTP responses vs. network errors), inherits from PDClientError

  • Removed unnecessary dependencies that were hold-outs from Python 2.7 compatibility (deprecated)

  • Automatically add square brackets to query parameters that are of list type if the user forgets to do so, per the requirement of using set filters

  • Fix bug: the PDSession.stagger_cooldown feature added in version 3.2 only applied to network error/retry; it now applies to all forms of retrial

  • Add “update” keyword argument to APISession.persist that updates any existing resource with the provided values

2021-06-28: Version 4.3.0

  • Make timeout configurable per-session as an instance variable (based on a suggestion in pull #48 made by @badnetmask)

  • Drop support for Python 2.7

  • Improve code samples formatting improvement (@jackton1 / #65)

  • Replace deprecated escape sequence for the double-splat operator in docstrings (@ashwin153 / #68)

2021-05-13: Version 4.2.1

  • Implement work-around for issue in response plays API (issue #61)

2021-05-04: Version 4.2.0

  • Add new change events API client class (@hunner / #56)

2021-03-18: Version 4.1.4

  • Fix regression in
    • Use case: explicitly-defined body (json keyword argument) without a routing_key parameter

    • This was previously possible (before version 4.1.3) with the X-Routing-Key header (an undocumented API feature)

2021-03-10: Version 4.1.3

  • Use documented method for including the routing key in the request for API V2 (addresses #53)

  • Add warning for Python 2.7

  • Configurable timeout: argument to requests.Session.request set in default args to backwards-compatible 5 second value that can be set at the module level (@ctrlaltdel / #48)

2020-09-15: Version 4.1.2

  • Address issue #37 and add other enhancements to iter_all:
    • Stop iteration in iter_all if the iteration limit (10000) is encountered, versus erroring out (because exceeding it will elicit a 400 response)

    • Add the ability to set an initial offset via params versus always starting from offset=0 in iter_all

  • Capitalize “constants”

2020-06-26: Version 4.1.1

  • Define class variable retry initially as {} instead of None (#32)

2020-03-08: Version: 4.1

  • Added new idempotent resource creator function, APISession.persist

  • Added the ability to use resource dictionaries (that have a self attribute) in place of URLs.

2020-02-04: Version 4.0

  • Added support for using OAuth 2 access tokens to authenticate (#23)

  • Added a property that indicates the access level/scope of a given API credential (#22)

2020-01-10: version 3.2.1

  • Fixed bug in APISession.trunc_token; property name typo causes AttributeError

2019-10-31: version 3.2

  • The page size (limit) parameter can now be set on a per-call basis in any of the *_all methods (i.e. PDSession.iter_all) by passing the page_size keyword argument. If the argument is not present, the default page size will be used.

  • The X-Request-Id header in responses is now captured in log messages to make it easier to identify API calls when communicating with PagerDuty Support

  • Extended API call metadata is also now logged.

  • The cooldown time between rate limit responses can optionally be randomized by setting PDSession.stagger_cooldown to a positive number.

2019-10-01: version 3.1.2

  • Fixed regression bug / departure from documentation (#17): the payload parameter does not merge with but rather completely replaces the default payload

2019-04-05: version 3.1.1

  • Changed behavior of HTTP retry that caused issues with some internal tools: raising PDClientError in the event of non-transient HTTP error, in the request method, versus returning the request object and logging it. The previous behavior was:
    • Not the intended design

    • At odds with the documentated behavior

2019-04-05: version 3.1:

  • Introduction of a custom User-Agent header to distinguish the API client as such, for the purposes of usage analytics

2019-04-02: version 3.0.2:

Important bug fixes to the custom HTTP retry logic:

  • Fixed KeyError in APISession.request

  • Fixed incorrect behavior (retrying more than the specified amount of times) due to faulty comparison logic

2019-03-14: version 3.0.1:

A light Events API client methods refactor:

  • All keyword arguments specific to sending trigger events have been refactored out of the generic EventsAPISession.send_event method

  • Now, instead, send_event and uses a catch-all keyword argument to set event properties.

  • The keyword arguments specific to triggering incidents are in the method EventsAPISession.trigger method.

2019-03-12: version 3.0:

  • Added new Events API session class that still has most of the same functional features as the REST API session class.

2019-01-28: version 2.4.1:

  • Fixed bug: unpacking wrapped entities does not work with /log_entries

2019-01-10: version 2.4:

  • Whitelisting of endpoints supported by the r* / *_all methods has been rescinded, and documentation has been updated with how to identify endpoints that these methods can be used with.

2019-01-03: version 2.3:

  • More helpful error messaging when using r* / *_all methods on endpoints they don’t support

  • Resource envelope auto-unpacking no longer validates for the presence of a type property in order to support posting to business impact metrics

2018-12-04: version 2.2:

  • Methods list_all and dict_all turn all results from an index into a list/dict to save a bit of effort

2018-11-28: version 2.1:

  • Support for performing multi-update actions (i.e. Manage Incidents) via the rput method.

  • The default behavior of iter_all is now to raise an exception if an error response is received from the API during iteration.

Changelog Started 2018-11-28