[Soap-Python] Choice a soap library
ovnicraft at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 01:45:23 CEST 2010
2010/7/20 Brad Allen <bradallen137 at gmail.com>
> On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 4:24 AM, Christophe de Vienne
> <cdevienne at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Le 16/07/2010 00:18, Brad Allen a écrit :
> >> Welcome, Chris and Ovnicraft!
> >> I'm under the impression that soaplib is the only Python SOAP server
> >> still actively maintained and developed.
> > As the maintainer of TGWS, I cannot agree :-)
> > TGWS is still maintained and although it evolve slowly, new features are
> > on the way. I expect some releases before pycon.fr (28/29 of august)
> > where I intend to propose a tutorial around tgws.
> > A good reading about the pros/cons of soap server frameworks is the
> > article of Doug Hellman in python magazine :
> Thanks mentioning TGWebServices, Christophe. I'm glad to hear about
> it, though I don't use TurboGears.
> This part of the article caught my eye: "we found a reference to the
> idea of merging soaplib and TGWebServices, but that work seems to have
> stalled out."
> Do you know anything about that? It sounds like a good idea, because
> this fragmentation of the Python SOAP community is a problem. There
> are not very many Python developers working in this area, and SOAP is
> a large, complex standard. I actually don't know much about the SOAP
> standard, and don't know if any of the existing Python SOAP libraries
> fully implement that standard.
completely agree with you Brad.
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