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How to consume the web services in python

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Hi,

Which the best way to consume the web services from pyhton?
I am trying to use "SOAPpy" but it's giving me exception while installing.
I have installed the all pre-requisites correctly. Can anyone please suggest me what to do?
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SoapPy is in the process of being phased out and replaced by the Zolera SOAP Infrastructure, ZSI.  Maybe you should try using ZSI.   This link gives more information: http://pywebsvcs.sourceforge.net/.
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I am feeling that consuming web services Python is the most complicated task:

I tired below ways:
1. SoapPy setup (pretty much all the available versions) but its throwing exception while installing. I commented errorprone code then I have installed but it didn't worked
2. I tried to use "xmlrpclib" module but its throwing protocol exception

Can any one plase tell me what is the best way to consume the web service in python?
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'web service' is too generic, ie. it's any service available via web

To 'consume', ie. use it you need to know many details not provided in the question. Once you supply the details of the service you want to use, a detailed advice can be given.
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dont delete
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SUDS library works fine
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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for the following reason:

SUDS library is the best option to consume the python library
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Canceled
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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SUDS library is really good way to consume the web services in Python
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test
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