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need SOAPpy help

I've just been asked to do a soap client for some vendor software. I'm able
to load the WSDL and discover the methods, but when I go to call a method it
doesn't see it. I should be passing in a string that is named "testValue"

I've been working from the soap demoes with soappy 0.12.0. I've found so
much via google that I don't know where to start or what matches this
version of soappy and what is based on older releases.

I would appreciate some links or code snippets that illustrate using soap
0.12.0.

I apologize for not including my code, but I'm on a different computer
tonight.

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Mar 23 '06 #1
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Did you read
http://diveintopython.org/soap_web_services/index.html ?
and specifically
http://diveintopython.org/soap_web_s...ospection.html ?

These docs are slightly dated but I doubt much has changed. If there is
a problem, you can always try the older version from the site.

Mar 23 '06 #2

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