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SOAPpy and WSDL and basic authentication

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Hi,

Can anyone provide me with sample code that will allow me to use
SOAPpy with a WSDL file using HTTP basic authentication? The only
thing I've been able to find on the net is SOAPpy.URLopener. However,
I am unclear what the relationship is between SOAPpy.URLopener and
SOAPpy.WSDL is.

Is it as straightforward as this?
from SOAPpy import WSDL
url = 'http://user:pa**@www.server.com/path/to/wsdl'
ssClient = WSDL.proxy(url)
ssClient.Test() # assuming Test is a SOAP-Action
Or do I need to use SOAPpy.URLopener like so? from SOAPpy import WSDL
from SOAPpy import URLopener
url = 'http://user:pa**@www.server.com/path/to/wsdl'
url1 = URLopener.URLopener(username='user',passwd='pass')
ssClient = WSDL.proxy(url1.open(url))
ssClient.Test() # assumption as above


Or do I need to do something completely different?

All help is much appreicated.

Vivek
Jul 18 '05 #1
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