SimpleXMLRPCServer and creating a new object on for each new client request.

Martin P. Hellwig martin.hellwig at
Sun May 10 20:12:26 EDT 2009

Piet van Oostrum wrote:
>>>>>> google at (g) wrote:
>> g> Well, I think Martin's example will suit my needs.
>> g> Thanks for the explanation!
> His client code is unnecessarily complicated with 3 session variables.
> The following code does the same:
>     SESSION = xmlrpclib.ServerProxy(URL_PORT)
>     print(SESSION.show_random())
>     print(SESSION.show_random())
>     SESSION.shutdown_service()
I was actually aware of that, but I thought it would be more educational 
if I rewrote Jelle's example by using code conformity and a way to test 
server and client in a single script instead of just rewriting it to the 
given intent. With the knowledge provided, Jelle should be able to 
redesign his program to what he actually wants to do with it and cutting 
out the croft himself.

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