[Tutor] processing WSDL files
dyoo at hkn.eecs.berkeley.edu
Thu Oct 9 14:13:22 EDT 2003
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, D P wrote:
> hi all!
> could someone explain why do I have this traceback
> while trying to import an wsdl file?
> >>> import WebService
> >>> policy=WebService.ServiceProxy(<link_to_wsdl_http_location>)
Hi D P,
I'd suspect that there's a bug in the WSDL module; it looks like part of
the software is sending the None object over to a method that doesn't
expect it. From the traceback:
> File "C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\soapy\soap.py",
> line 150, in addParam
> if not
> AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute
The 'soapy' module is saying that something is not right --- 'type' here
is set to None. But at the moment, I can't figure out the real cause of
this without more information. In particular, you mention:
>>> import WebService
Can you tell us the link to the wsdl location? If so, that'll help
enormously, since then we'll be better equipped to replicate the situation
and test a solution.
Still, you may really want to talk to the Python Web Services folks for
I'm not sure how many of us are familiar with WSDL. But I'm positive the
Python web services folks there know what they are doing. They have a
mailing list that you can use:
Good luck to you!
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