AW: [Twisted-Python] ZSI using Twisted Web Server

Torsten A. c2k_list at
Wed Jul 2 12:31:35 EDT 2008

Thanks for your reply.
Actually you are right, but I already did that and wasn't succesfull up to
this moment. So I thought someone here might have an idea, because he or she
has already done that, to marry ZSI and Twisted Webserver.


> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: twisted-python-bounces at [mailto:twisted-python-
> bounces at] Im Auftrag von Christopher Armstrong
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 1. Juli 2008 14:00
> An: Twisted general discussion
> Betreff: Re: [Twisted-Python] ZSI using Twisted Web Server
> On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 7:06 AM, Torsten A. <c2k_list at> wrote:
> > Whenever I connect to the baseWS, the render-function is called and
> > deligates the request to render_POST(), which I created. In
> render_POST() I
> > can access the SOAP-Envelope via, just as
> supposed
> > to. Now, since I have the plaintext SOAP-Envelope, I need ZSI to parse
> it,
> > extract the functions and argument of the envelope (RPC call) and call
> the
> > corresponding function. I just cannot figure out where to start in ZSI.
> >
> > Can someone help me out which function to call/ class to create? I just
> want
> > to enter the ZSI process where this step is done and then give control
> to
> > ZSI, as if it received the SOAP-envelope from its own webserver.
> It sounds like you've figured out the Twisted side alright, but you
> don't know how to use ZSI's APIs to do what you want. Perhaps you
> should ask the ZSI community about that.
> FWIW, I'd love to see twisted.web.soap to be updated to use ZSI, since
> it's still using the crappy SOAPpy. If you come up with a general soap
> service layer like twisted.web.soap, it may be interesting to include
> it in Twisted.
> --
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