Python SDK Installation


  • DXL Brokers (3.0.1 or later) deployed within an ePO managed environment

  • DXL Extensions (3.0.1 or later)

  • Python 2.7.9 or higher in the Python 2.x series or Python 3.4.0 or higher in the Python 3.x series installed within a Windows or Linux environment.

  • PIP (Included with Python 2.7.9 and later) - PIP is the preferred way to install the Python DXL Client SDK, but is not required ( install can be used as an alternative).

  • An OpenSSL version used by Python that supports TLSv1.2 (Version 1.0.1 or greater)

    • To check the version of OpenSSL used by Python, open a Python shell:

    • Type the following statements:

      >>> import ssl
      >>> ssl.OPENSSL_VERSION
    • The output should appear similar to the following:

      'OpenSSL 1.0.2a 19 Mar 2015'
    • The version must be 1.0.1 or greater. Unfortunately, even the latest versions of OSX (Mac) still have version 0.9.8 installed. If you wish to use the Python SDK with OSX, one possible workaround is to use a third party package manager (such as Brew) to install a compatible Python and OpenSSL version.

Python SDK Installation

Use pip to automatically install the module:

pip install dxlclient-

Or with:

pip install

As an alternative (without PIP), unpack the (located in the lib folder) and run the setup script:

python install