I'm still stuck at mainly the same point. I've noticed that inside the class itself I can call transport.write and it writes to the server, but if I try to access it outside the class (even through a function) it gives an attribute error (AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'write'). I'm a bit lost. All help is much appreciated.
--- factory = CUClientFactory()
factory.clients =  sslFactory = ClientContextFactory() factory.protocol = xmlclient client = xmlclient() application = service.Application(client) reactor.connectSSL("server", 1026, factory, sslFactory)
Itamar Shtull-Trauring wrote:
On Thu, 2005-02-17 at 11:25 -0500, Steve Milner wrote:
factory.clients =  sslFactory = ClientContextFactory() application = service.Application("xmlclient") reactor.connectSSL("__example__.com", 1026, factory, sslFactory)
Is there a way I can access xmlxlient inside application?
The application object is not used for that (and certainly can't be used if it doesn't have a reference to the factory, it doesn't magically get one). Hand a reference to the factory to whichever objects wishes to control the instance