ZSI, the Zolera SOAP Infrastructure, is a pure-Python module that provides an implementation of SOAP messaging, as described in The SOAP 1.1 Specification. It can also be used to build applications using SOAP Messages with Attachments. ZSI is intended to make it easier to write Web services in Python. In particular, ZSI parses and generates SOAP messages, and converts between native Python datatypes and SOAP syntax. Simple dispatch and invocation methods are supported.
Release Notes: Support was added for the FastCGI module of jonpy (http://jonpy.sourceforge.net/). A FutureWarning with Python 2.3.x was eliminated. A check was added to make sure that the generated ID values are legal IDs under Python 2.3 and newer. _textunprotect is no longer needed. ZSI.wstools.XMLname.toXMLname() was fixed so that the namespace prefix isn't lost.
Release Notes: TypeCode honoring for response parameters, string adherence in wsdl for request and response params via ServiceProxy, and various bugfixes, including fixes for problems with wsdl2py. This release features improved interoperability with other SOAP engines.
Release Notes: This version makes the "docstyle" work for returning data, too. TC.Struct.typed will output an xsi:type parameter now.
No changes have been submitted for this release.