Using CGI to interface with an XML-RPC server
fredrik at pythonware.com
Wed Jan 18 10:53:10 EST 2006
Rob Cowie wrote:
> Is it possible to create python CGI scripts that accept form data in
> the usual way, package them as an XML-RPC request, call the server,
> receive the response then format this response into valid HTML to be
> emitted to the client?
Python ships with cgi and xmlrpc support (cgi and xmlrpclib, respectively),
so I'm not sure why you even think you have to ask...
1. use cgi to parse form data
2. use xmlrpclib to issue request
3. use print or your favourite html templating library to generate
(it might be a good idea to check with your web server admins, though,
to make sure they don't have a problem with outgoing HTTP requests)
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