[Twisted-Python] Twisted and ZSI - any examples/words of wisdom?

David E. Konerding dekonerding at lbl.gov
Mon Jun 19 10:49:44 EDT 2006

Chaz. wrote:
> I am just about to embark on a SOAP interface to my services. I enjoy
> using Twisted and would love to continue using it with SOAP. I have used
> ZSI before in a standalone product but don't see much about marrying the
> two: twisted and ZSI.
> I am sure there is someone out there that has done it, and wonder how to
> do it? Are there any examples yet?

The latest versions of ZSI (in subversion) incorporate "Twisted web 
client" support for SOAP.
This means you can start a twisted reactor and do asynchronous SOAP 
requests and get deferreds

Also, ZSI provides a WSResource you can add to a Site, very easy to make 
web services.

Another poster mentioned pyGridWare.  pyGridWare is nice in that it 
includes an extra
script, 'wsdl2web', which will create a .tac file and a WSResource file 
(you still have
to fill in the web service implementation).


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