[XML-SIG] the state of WSDL implementation
KRJackson at lbl.gov
Mon Aug 1 04:12:44 CEST 2005
Try ZSI. I just used wsdl2py to generate bindings, and everything
went ok. I haven't tried the code out yet, nor am I going to have
time to in the near future. I used the latest cvs version of the
"serialize-dom-scheme" branch of ZSI. If you have trouble trying
this, or it doesn't work, please email the pywebservices mailing list
( pywebsvcs-talk at lists.sourceforge.net).
On Jul 29, 2005, at 9:11 AM, Christoph Pingel wrote:
> There's a nice project at the Leipzig University
> http://wortschatz.uni-leipzig.de providing several web services
> (SOAP) for linguistic use: co-occurrences of words, base forms, left
> and right neighbours, and so forth.
> To give you an example of a web service, here's a WSDL describing the
> baseform service:
> According to the people in Leipzig, Java and .NET clients are doing
> fine with this (acutally, the server software is part of the Java
> Axis project), but they say Perl and Python can't handle the complex
> WSDL descriptions. And indeed, SOAPpy fails to come up with a valid
> SOAP envelope for this service.
> I'm wondering if there are similar experiences with Python SOAP
> clients in other areas.
> I want to use *just this* service, so I could probably (as a
> workaround) use a pre-built envelope as a template and just fill in
> the word of which I need the base form. But this is obviously not the
> way web services are meant to work.
> Are there any ideas or comments? Perhaps there are independent
> implementations of SOAP besides pybwebsvcs?
> any input is highly welcome!
> best regards,
> Christoph Pingel
> XML-SIG maillist - XML-SIG at python.org
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