robince at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 11:20:23 EST 2009
On Feb 11, 3:33 pm, mk <mes... at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to consume a SOAP web service using Python. So far I have
> found two libraries: SOAPpy and ZSI. Both of them rely on PyXML which
> is no longer maintained (and there is no build for 64bit Windows and
> the setup.py doesn't seem to know how to build it on Windows). Is
> there a live SOAP library for Python? I'm sort of surprised that a
> common standard like SOAP is not more actively supported in Python.
> I'm probably missing something?
For consuming services, I've found suds to be the best client:
For creating them, I've been using soaplib:
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