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Problem with import "from omniORB import CORBA, PortableServer"

Hi,

I am trying to excuate the follwong code:

[
import sys
from omniORB import CORBA, PortableServer
]

I get the following error:
[
Traceback (most recent call last):
File
"C:\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\omniORBpy-2.5\examples\echoMyTest\example_echo_coloc.py",
line 9, in ?
from omniORB import CORBA, PortableServer
ImportError: No module named omniORB
]

Here is my Lib path:
['C:\\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\\omniORBpy-2.5\\examples\\echoMyTest',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\\python',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\\x86_win32',
'C:\\WINNT\\system32\\python24.zip', 'C:\\Python24',
'C:\\Python24\\DLLs', 'C:\\Python24\\lib',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\plat-win', 'C:\\Python24\\lib\\lib-tk',
'C:\\Python24\\Lib\\site-packages\\pythonwin',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages\\win32',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages\\win32\\lib',
'C:\\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\\omniORBpy-2.5\\examples\\echoMyTest',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\x86_win32',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\x86_win32']

What am i doing wrong ?

Jul 18 '05 #1
3 3840
ge**********@waytohere.com wrote:
Hi,

I am trying to excuate the follwong code:

[
import sys
from omniORB import CORBA, PortableServer
]

I get the following error:
[
Traceback (most recent call last):
File
"C:\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\omniORBpy-2.5\examples\echoMyTest\example_echo_coloc.py",
line 9, in ?
from omniORB import CORBA, PortableServer
ImportError: No module named omniORB
]

Here is my Lib path:
['C:\\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\\omniORBpy-2.5\\examples\\echoMyTest',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\\python',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\\x86_win32',
'C:\\WINNT\\system32\\python24.zip', 'C:\\Python24',
'C:\\Python24\\DLLs', 'C:\\Python24\\lib',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\plat-win', 'C:\\Python24\\lib\\lib-tk',
'C:\\Python24\\Lib\\site-packages\\pythonwin',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages\\win32',
'C:\\Python24\\lib\\site-packages\\win32\\lib',
'C:\\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\\omniORBpy-2.5\\examples\\echoMyTest',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\x86_win32',
'C:\\omniORB\\omniORB-4.0.3\\lib\x86_win32']

What am i doing wrong ?

Well it look like you might be trying to use an OminORB from Python 2.3
with Python 2.4, though I couldn't swear to it.

regards
Steve
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Jul 18 '05 #2
Thank for the reply, I think your right my problem is the what version
to us, I want to write some Python scripts calling Corba Objects what
do i need ?

omnipython-1.5.2-1
omniORBpy 2.5
omniORB 4.0.5
Python 2.4.1
Is this correct ? i want to excuat the example
C:\omniORBpy-2.5-win32-python2.3\omniORBpy-2.5\examples\echo\example_echo_coloc.py

Ciao
Gerald

Jul 18 '05 #3
ge**********@waytohere.com wrote:
Thank for the reply, I think your right my problem is the what version
to us, I want to write some Python scripts calling Corba Objects what
do i need ?

omnipython-1.5.2-1
this looks like *really* old (and obsolete) stuff...
omniORBpy 2.5
omniORB 4.0.5
Python 2.4.1


These look fine. Make sure to either have a binary package for omniORBpy
that was compiled for the version of python you are actually using, or
alternatively compile it yourself.

HTH,
Stefan
Jul 18 '05 #4

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