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Best SOAP library?

Hi,

Which Python-based SOAP implementation is preferred today? Which ones
are still being actively developed?

Thanks,
John
Jul 18 '05 #1
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> Which Python-based SOAP implementation is preferred today? Which ones
are still being actively developed?


ZSI just had a new release - IMHO its the most complete implementation. I
was quite satisfied with it, however I encountered problems with a
moderately complex apache-axis-based WSDL - but I didn't investigat
further, instead I used the generated axis-client and jython :)

Regards,

Diez
Jul 18 '05 #2
"Diez B. Roggisch" <de************@web.de> writes:
Which Python-based SOAP implementation is preferred today? Which ones
are still being actively developed?


ZSI just had a new release - IMHO its the most complete implementation. I
was quite satisfied with it, however I encountered problems with a
moderately complex apache-axis-based WSDL - but I didn't investigat
further, instead I used the generated axis-client and jython :)


How would you say ZSI compares to SOAPpy? I've heard that SOAPpy is
easier to use for some cases. Are there things that ZSI does that
SOAPpy doesn't (or not as well)?

Thanks,
John
Jul 18 '05 #3
John Goerzen wrote:
"Diez B. Roggisch" <de************@web.de> writes:

Which Python-based SOAP implementation is preferred today? Which ones
are still being actively developed?


ZSI just had a new release - IMHO its the most complete implementation. I
was quite satisfied with it, however I encountered problems with a
moderately complex apache-axis-based WSDL - but I didn't investigat
further, instead I used the generated axis-client and jython :)

How would you say ZSI compares to SOAPpy? I've heard that SOAPpy is
easier to use for some cases. Are there things that ZSI does that
SOAPpy doesn't (or not as well)?

Thanks,
John


I've builded a complex library for standardize the use of some
Webservices published in .NET .
In 1 year of implementation i've done a lot of manipulation to SOAPpy
because it cannot do something.

I think SOAPpy is not in developing .

Probably ZSI is updated.

Glauco

Jul 18 '05 #4

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