Python and SOAP - is anyone washing up a storm?

Fredrik Lundh effbot at telia.com
Sun May 21 19:11:22 CEST 2000


Gogmagog <tourist at flashcom.net> wrote:
> I understand that SOAP has been accepted as "note" status by WC3 and is
> being considered by the IETF as a standard for heterogenous systems to make
> RPC XML calls. Although originated by Microsoft, Simple Object Access
> Protocol (SOAP) has gained industry acceptance. IMHO, it marks also a
> decision by Microsoft to defend the market they have rather than embracing
> and extending.
> 
> I am aware of DCOM  and CORBA work in Python, but is anyone coding up Python
> middleware to handle this oncoming SOAP standard?

here's one such project:
http://www.pythonware.com/products/soap/index.htm

(but I'm afraid you have to change "may 20th" to "end
of this month")

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