[Twisted-Python] Deferred SOAP methods

Landreville landreville at deadtreepages.com
Sat Nov 14 12:21:31 EST 2009

On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Tuure Laurinolli <
tuure.laurinolli at indagon.com> wrote:

> Landreville wrote:
> > Sometimes the calls are blocking because it is calling another SOAP
> > server (or possibly itself over SOAP). My SOAP calls will all be
> > blocking because twisted.web.soap doesn't support WSDL.
> What are you using for your SOAP client calls, then? There is something
> called "ZSI" (http://pywebsvcs.sourceforge.net/zsi.html) that can
> operate with Twisted and supports WSDL.
> I once used it to write a server that could be used with an existing
> WSDL as its interface. IIRC its Twised integration has some problems
> (like not supporting asynchronous handling of requests) but they were
> relatively simple to overcome.
I'm using soappy for a client because that is what twisted uses for its soap
server. Twisted's implementation does not include WSDL support though (so
I'm using the normal soappy package for the client).
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