On Fri, 2002-05-03 at 14:08, Jeffrey Chang wrote: > During the biohackathon in January, I worked on getting Python access to > the XEMBL databases via SOAP. I needed a WSDL parser that could parse > the XEMBL specification and create the proper SOAP requests. I got hold > of one parser (hosted at ActiveState?), but it was not able to parse the > specification. I don't believe it was a problem with the specs, because > perl handled the same WSDL file fine. My conclusion at the time was > that I would have to manually go through the WSDL file and generate the > proper SOAP requests by hand. Any thoughts on the pySOAP object? From http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/python/2001/06/14/pysoap.html I thought it would be nearly as easy to use as the SOAP::Lite module under Perl.