[XML-SIG] Re: Python Web Services and .NET - will it ever work

Richard Kessler richard.kessler at matteicos.com
Fri Dec 3 18:47:40 CET 2004

Thanks to everyone for the suggestions  - I got it to work by do this:

I used SOAPpy's WSDL module. By simply creating a proxy using the WSDL from
my .NET service, everything started working. Amazing!
I did have to decorate my .NET class with
[SoapDocumentService (Use=SoapBindingUse.Encoded )].

Thanks again for your responses.


"Richard Kessler" <richard.kessler at matteicos.com> wrote in message
news:coi7ph$b6c$1 at sea.gmane.org...
> Apologies if this is the wrong new group, but I have been STRUGGLING to
> either SOAPpy or ZSI to successfully consume .NET web services and it just
> will not work. I have read a few items on the the net regarding problems
> others have had. I very much want to use Plone and a Python web service
> client to consume web services from my backend (Microsoft .NET) but if the
> two wont talk, I am out of luck.
> Does anyone out there have suggestions, know of successful projects where
> Python consumes .NET web services or have any idea where some thorough
> documentation on how to get this to work may exist.
> Thanks very much in advance,
> Richard Kessler
> richard.kessler at matteicos.com
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