From: pythondotnet-bounces+mark.mcmahon=[hidden email] [mailto:pythondotnet-bounces+mark.mcmahon=[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Larry Wang
Sent: Saturday, April 25, 2009 11:07 AM
To: [hidden email] Subject: [Python.NET] How to reference web services?
I need to reference a web service in python.net. Can this be done?
I don’t think you would have gotten much of an answer with your
When you say a web service – is it written in Soap/XML-RPC or
something else? You mention SOAP below so that is what I expect you are
interested in? Why isn’t it the ‘preferred’ method?
If you are interested in using .NET in Python – then your first
step should be to see how it is done in C#, VB.NET or some other language and
then translate that into Python (if you want to use Python).
The following in your mail below is confusing… “All I
know is I compiled a the latest version from its web about 2 month ago”.
Did you mean downloaded from the web and compiled?
Finally – I don’t know much about web services and am currently
researching it myself (SOAP in Python – not planning on using .NET at this
point) – so your reply to me below would probably have been better going to the
mail list if you want to get an answer from them.
From: Larry Wang
[mailto:[hidden email]] Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2009 1:31 AM To: Mark McMahon Subject: Re: [Python.NET] How to reference web services?
?? I am sorry. How do you want
me ask my question differently?
I dont know too much about python.net, so
normally if i want to referenece a .net lib:
This doesnt work if I just pass in a web service link to it. So if this can be
done, how to do I properly reference it?
Google only resulted using SOAP related methods, which regular Python can do as
well, and it's not my preferred way.
As for the Python.net version, honestly I can't tell. All I know is I compiled
a the latest version from its web about 2 month ago, and overwritten it with my
python 2.5 install. I dont know if this all makes any sense...