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SOAPpy - send xml data


I'm trying to send some xml data to a WSDL server.
Here's my code:

xmldata = "<oesystem< user login=\"nekhem\ " password=\"one5 076\"
tpoa=\"\"<messa ge id=\"1\"<textTe st di messaggio 1 </text>
+<mobile3202181 465 </mobile<datefore send17.5.2007 12:59:53
SOAPpy.WSDL.Con fig.namespaceSt yle = '2001'
server =
SOAPpy.WSDL.Pro xy('https://www.oesystem.ne t/services/oeservice.asmx? WSDL')
print server.insertMe ssages(xmlReque st=xmldata)

parsing the output I've got two problems, about the <xmlRequestta g,
that is the tag that contains my xml data:
- soappy escape xmlRequest tag, in my output I've got _xFFFF_xmlReque st
as xml is _xFFFF_
- I didn't find a way to specify the type of the data that I send to
my WSDL server =<_xFFFF_xmlReq uest xsi3:type="xsd3 :string">

In other words, I'd like to include my xmldata into a simple
<xmlRequest "xsd3:xml"> </xmlRequest>
and I don't know how to do it with SOAPpy library.
thank you

May 23 '07 #1
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